Wow! Talk about opposition research! It looks like the Bloomberg campaign has been digging deep on Bernie Sanders.

Ironically, it takes a Democrat to bring out opinions on sex (see our past report below) that Bernie Sanders has a history of promoting.

The mainstream media has been completely silent on this topic until today when Bloomberg Senior Advisor Timothy O’Brien blurted it out on-air.

Watch the video below where CNN’s Alisyn Camerota says, “Whaaat?!” when the advisor begins to spill out sexual tidbits  from Bernie’s past:

Bernie has sponsored seven pieces of legislation…2 for post offices in Vermont:

“We tracked seven bills you passed in congress, and two of them were naming post offices.”

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BERNIE’S PAST WRITINGS ON SEX:

Bernie’s theory on what causes cervical cancer is crazy:

An example of Sanders’ controversial early writings surfaced on Twitter, specifically, a December 1969 essay titled “Cancer, Disease, and Society,” originally published in the Vermont Freeman underground newspaper. In the five-decade-old piece, Sanders argues that cervical cancer is caused by a woman’s inability to achieve orgasm, that women who dislike sexual intercourse are more likely to contract cancer, and that women who were raised by mothers who disapproved of their having sex at ages as young as 16 were also more susceptible to cervical cancer.

Then there’s the disgusting and degrading essay Bernie Sanders wrote about women in 1972:

Daily Wire – A 1972 essay written by socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) expressed his views on human sexuality in which he claimed that women fantasize about being gang-raped and men fantasize about sexually abusing women.

The article “Man — and Woman,” came to light after Mother Jones published it during the 2016 presidential election before Sanders started to gain significant momentum in the race.

Sanders’ piece was originally published in the Vermont Freeman and was a reflection on his views of gender and sexuality, the Washington Examiner reported.

The first two-paragraphs in Sanders’ article drew the most controversy:

A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees, a woman tied up, a woman abused.

A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes about being raped by three men simultaneously.

Sanders was 31 years old at the time he wrote the essay and had just launched his first campaign for Senate, which proved to be the first of several losing campaigns before he became mayor of Burlington nine years later.

WATCH:

Sanders has a history that the Bloomberg camp is going after. This will only help President Trump in the end.

 

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