This is the Democrat front runner. You should be terrified. Bernie Sanders in 1972: ‘I don’t mind people calling me a communist.’ And he’s been one his entire life. Now he and his right hand woman, AOC, have control of the Democrat party.

Sanders made this statement on Cuba, “Under Castro, enormous progress has been made in improving the lives of poor people,” Sanders said before leaving, while noting “enormous deficiencies” in democratic rights. While he failed in his goal to meet Fidel Castro, he returned home with even greater praise than he had for the Soviet Union.

“I did not see a hungry child. I did not see any homeless people,” Sanders told the Burlington Free Press. While Cuba was “not a perfect society,” he said, the country “not only has free health care but very high-quality health care . . . The revolution there is far deeper and more profound than I understood it to be. It really is a revolution in terms of values.”


By Ryan Saavedra,, February 5, 2020:


“The documents from the Sanders archives include a letter from Soviet Embassy First Secretary Vadim Kuznetsov in March 1983, congratulating Sanders on his reelection as mayor and thanking Sanders for receiving him in Sanders’s office,” The Washington Post reported on Monday. “Kuznetsov had been in Burlington to attend a conference on nuclear disarmament at the University of Vermont a few days earlier. Neither Sanders nor conference organizers appear to have read a 1976 Time magazine article that identified Kuznetsov as a member of a ‘Soviet intelligence squad’ posing as diplomats to infiltrate U.S. politics.”

The TIME Magazine article that the Post linked to stated: “Posing as diplomats, embassy officials and newsmen, Soviet intelligence agents have been conducting a determined effort to get classified information on Capitol Hill by bribing or compromising staff members in key positions. TIME has learned that in more than a dozen cases in the last decade or so the FBI has stepped in to ‘control’ the relationship, fearing a staffer might begin giving out restricted data.”

The letter that Kuznetsov sent Sanders stated:

Dear Mr. Sanders,

Please accept my sincere congratulations on your re-election to the post of Mayor of Burlington.

I have been following with a great interest the final stage of this mayoral race which attracted a lot of coverage by the national news media.

Thank you for receiving me in your office on February 3.

With best wishes,

Vadim Kuznetsov

Democrat strategist Zac Petkanas posted a copy of the letter and tweeted: “For the love of all that’s holy. The piece links to the actual letter a Soviet official sent Bernie Sanders congratulating him on getting elected. Can you IMAGINE what Trump would do with this?”

Hoover Institution research fellow Paul R. Gregory, who has a PhD in economics from Harvard, explained in an article last year that Sanders was a socialist because there was little to no difference between what socialists believes and what Sanders believes as a self-described “Democratic Socialist.”

Gregory wrote:

Sanders has spent a long political career obfuscating his true political beliefs. The media rarely pushes back on his standard platitudes, such as “we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy.” His two-minute video, promising to explain his brand of socialism, leaves the viewer clueless, probably deliberately. Sanders insists that he is not a “socialist” but a “Democratic Socialist,” as if the difference is self-explanatory. When pressed further about his Democratic Socialism, he resorts to filibustering about the Scandinavian-like paradise of free medicine and education, guaranteed jobs, livable wages, and other free things he intends to introduce when elected. He does not bother to note that the Nordic states rank among the most free-enterprise economies of the globe.

Gregory noted that Sanders is “fully on board with the [Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)] narratives of capitalist exploitation and the need to organize” and that there is no distance between what Sanders believes and what DSA promotes.

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Gregory notes that according to official DSA literature, Democratic Socialists believe:

First, Democratic Socialism wants more than an expansive welfare state.

Second, capitalism is a zero-sum game in which the rich get richer by making the poor and working class worse off.

Third, the poor, working class, and other underdogs can overturn the capitalist order only if they are organized.

Fourth and most important, capital must be publicly owned because there is no real democracy with private ownership of capital.

Gregory noted that there was essentially no difference between what DSA believes and what socialists believe.

Gregory concluded:

According to CNN files, Sanders advocated in the 1970s the nationalization of most major industries. According to Sanders then: “The oil industry, and the entire energy industry, should be owned by the public and used for the public good – not for additional profits for billionaires.” When asked recently whether his position on nationalization has changed, Sanders pivoted to his “free stuff” filibuster. No answer.

What Sanders advocated a half-century back is much less important than his current legislative initiatives. Let’s face it: Sanders’ signature Medicare-for-all, as laid out in his Senate bill, nationalizes all medical care. Private health insurance and employer insurance disappear and private providers must reorganize as non-profits and/or governmental organizations. A massive government bureaucracy determines our medical care – a sort of super VA. If Sanders is prepared to nationalize one fifth of the economy, he should have no qualms about doing the same to his loathed private energy and finance sectors.

Marx declared that a socialist revolution would be required to part the capitalists from their capital. Democratic Socialists (DSA and Sanders) see a different path to what they consider true democracy: Organize the poor, the working class, and all other oppressed groups into what James Madison called an “overbearing majority.” Such a coalition would have enough power to transfer capital to the state by “democratic means.”

During an interview on Sunday, President Donald Trump said the following about Sanders: “Well, I think he’s a communist. I mean you know, look. I think of communism when I think of Bernie.”

Below is a video of a drunk and shirtless Bernie, honeymooning in Russia, singing “This Land is Your Land.”

Below is a video of Jewish journalist, Laura Loomer, confronting a group of Marxists. These are the people driving the Democrat party. Laura Loomer has announced a run for Congress in President Trump’s home district because the Republicans are afraid to take them on for fear of being labeled a racist. If you want someone who will stand up to AOC and The Squad, then please support Laura Loomer for Congress with whatever you can afford. Small donations add up, so whatever you can afford is great.

Jewish journalist, Laura Loomer, made her name investigating corrupt politicians such as the Clintons, James Comey, Mad Max, and many others. She was the first reporter to investigate Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib before they were elected. She was deplatformed from Twitter for a post she made stating that Ilhan Omar was anti- Jew and pro Sharia. CAIR (Hamas) lobbied Twitter to remove her. Because a group of Saudi investors own a large chunk of Twitter stock, Loomer was booted from the platform. Facebook and Instagram did the same several months later. Loomer attempted to fight back, but the MSM and RINO’s were to PC to help her out. Michelle Malkin remained in support of her and called out the MSM. Loomer realized if she was going to effect change in this country, she would have to run for Congress to take the swamp head on. She announced a run for Congress last August in President Trump’s home district.

Loomer has filed lawsuits against Big Tech for bias against conservatives, monopolistic behavior through anti-trust, and election interference as they refuse to let her back on social media even as a candidate. Some might say, ‘This doesn’t affect me,’ but I’d say you’re wrong. Another post of mine is about a long term police officer in Florida who got suspended for ‘liking’ a post of his wife’s on Facebook that criticized Omar and Tlaib. Loomer has been suspended from more than just social media for being outspoked. She’s banned from Uber, Uber Eats, Lyft, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, medium and several others. She also had her bank account at Chase Banks temporarily closed down.

On 12/28/19, President Trump retweeted a tweet of mine in support of her. This week he’s renting her emails out for fundraising. We’re hopeful that a full fledged endorsement is coming soon as he’s been taking incremental steps. Judge Jeanine, Michelle Malkin, Brandon Straka, Roger Stone, and the Limbaugh teams have endorsed her because of her relentless pursuit of the truth. If you want to help her, please donate anything you can afford. Small amounts are welcome and add up. Some videos below if you’re not familiar with Laura Loomer.

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