Bernie Sanders is stuck on angry. How in the world can someone who is constantly raging about a government where he’s spent his life entire life as a “public servant,” be appealing to voters? The real head-scratcher is how the angry old guy who’s always yelling, appeals to young voters? Don’t they get enough of their parents yelling at them at home? Do they really want to elect a guy who yells from the White House about everything that doesn’t go his way as well? Can anyone imagine Bernie Sanders trying to negotiate with foreign leaders by screaming at them from across the table?

In the first Democratic Party presidential debate, the angry Socialist Bernie Sanders went off on a tangent about how the government bails out the “crooks on Wall Street,” and how Democrats will take on the fossil fuel industry.  The moment Bernie took a breath, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH), politely looked over at the angry Socialist, and told him, “You don’t have to yell.”


In a surprising move, the self-made multi-millionaire U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (UT) tweeted about his fellow Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders. In one tweet, Romney destroyed Sanders over his do-nothing record in Congress:

“Asked why @BernieSanders is so angry, the answer is simple: 28 years in Congress and never able to pass even a scintilla of his socialist agenda,” Romney tweeted. “All hat, no cattle.”

The mutli-millionaire Socialist, who owns three homes and has a net worth of approximately $3 million, shot back. Pretending not to be a multi-millionaire himself, Sanders responded to Romney by calling him a “multi-millionaire,” saying:  “I’m angry because multi-millionaires like you and Trump have rigged our economy at the middle class’ expense. I’m angry because millions are living paycheck to paycheck. I’m angry because 34 million Americans are uninsured. Why doesn’t that anger you?”

As a lifetime politician, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT), has never had to worry about health care. When Sanders retires, he’ll have excellent taxpayer-funded healthcare as well. He’ll also have three homes and an over $3 million net worth…so there’s that.

Are you sick of the hypocrisy? Tell us what you think about Sanders. Why does he appeal to young voters?


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