His own dad wouldn’t endorse him, now, Levi Sanders, son of the socialist US Senator Bernie Sanders, has lost his bid to become a US Congressman in his home state of New Hampshire.

Levi Sanders was running on a platform that’s almost identical to that of his father’s but his father says, “He’s on his own”. Isn’t it ironic that the man who wants to shower everyone with freebies from the government won’t even show his son with an endorsement…? There’s nothing quite like a stingy socialist!

Levi Sanders, a 48-year-old legal services analyst, jumped into the 1st District congressional race in February 2017, a swing district won by President Trump left vacant by Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter’s retirement. Seven other Democrats were also vying for the nomination. Sanders lives in the neighboring 2nd District, but members of Congress aren’t required to live in the districts they’re seeking to represent, just in the state.

Echoing a phrase his father used frequently on the campaign trail, Levi Sanders also said that “it is time to demand that we have a system which represents the 99 percent and not the 1 percent who have never had it so good.”

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Apparently, socialism isn’t as big of a hit in New Hampshire as it is in Bernie’s communist state of Vermont.

According to the Huffington Post, Bernie Sanders’ Son, Levi, has lost the New Hampshire Congressional Primary

Levi Sanders, the son of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), lost his bid for one of New Hampshire’s two U.S. House seats.

The younger Sanders ran far behind the top vote-getters among the 11 Democrats seeking the party’s nomination in Tuesday’s primary for the open seat in the 1st Congressional District. He was considered a long-shot candidate in the race, having raised less than $40,000, according to Federal Election Commission filings. His residence in the state’s 2nd Congressional District also hindered his campaign.

Levi’s been spending a lot of time on the campaign trail. Maybe now, it’s a good tie to relax at one of his socialist father’s 3 homes, like the one on Lake Geneva. Or maybe, he could spend some time with his mother, who is currently under investigation by the FBI for bank fraud.

So many options…

 

 

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