Crazy Bernie can’t stop insulting Americans.
This time he’s insulted all of: from top to bottom.
At the boring, no-fun Democrat debate, Bernie had this to say:
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More from the Free Beacon:
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) on Friday said the United States has a "racist society from top to bottom" on everything from health care to criminal justice to education.
"We have a racist society from top to bottom impacting health care, housing, criminal justice, education, you name it. And clearly this is an issue that must be dealt with," Sanders said during the debate hosted by ABC News. "But in terms of criminal justice, what we have got to do is understand the system is broken—is racist. We invest in our young people in jobs and education, not more jails and more incarceration."
Why is it that the frontrunners for the Democrat nomination seem like they never have something positive to say about America?
All they do is criticize America and critize a president who is trying to make things better for all Americans.
This anti-America, blame-America mob-think is taking over the Democrat party.
After Bernie's remarks, the other candidates were quick to throw their hats into the race-baiting arena. Do any of these candidates know how to think for themselves anymore?
From the NY Post:
About an hour into the debate, they found their message: America, Bernie Sanders said, is “a racist society from top to bottom.”
One by one, the candidates echoed the message that “systemic racism” characterizes America.
“We can’t legislate away racism,” said Andrew Yang, because racism runs so deep in the American soul.
Joe Biden, verbatim (poor Joe): “The fact is that we in fact there is systemic racism.”
Elizabeth Warren even declared that “we need race-conscious laws in education, in employment, in entrepreneurship to make this country a country for everyone.”
By which she means the law should actually be written to privilege people of color.
It’s one thing to trash Trump, which they did as they always do. It’s one thing to blame him for all kinds of stuff. It’s another to spend an evening trashing the United States of America as a systematically unjust and even evil place whose rot reaches its very foundations.
You don’t win the presidency by telling a majority of voters — some of whom are the very voters you need to flip to win — that the system is unfairly rigged in their favor.
Even Trump, who began his presidency by talking about “American carnage,” did not say America was bad at its root — rather, he said it had ceased being great, and he was going to make it great again.
Bernie has frequently overlooked many of Trump's accomplishments, especially when it comes to minorities.
Trump passed prison reform and is presiding over the lowest unemployment rates ever for African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans.
Still, Sanders is running on a platform that relies on citing racism and fanning the flames of racial tensions.
Sanders has frequently cited racism in his pitch to the American people, referring to President Trump as an “overt racist and bigot” who is “trying to divide the American people up based on the color of our skin.”
The economic realities achieved by the Trump administration tell a strikingly different story, with positive news for minorities across the country. African American workers have finally seen wages rise after a “decade of stagnation,” the New York Times admitted on Friday. Additionally, as Breitbart News reported, unemployment rates among the Hispanic and black communities have fallen to historic lows under Trump’s administration.
If all this crazy talk from Bernie surprises you... it shouldn't.
Don't forget, Bernie also said this: