The Coronavirus Paradox: Biden’s Delegate Lead Increases as the Need for Bernie’s Politics Adds Up: The unfolding health and economic crises confirms the importance of moving quickly in the direction Bernie Sanders has been pointing. It is time to construct a new normal that is truly decent—one that

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The Coronavirus Paradox: Biden's Delegate Lead Increases as the Need for Bernie's Politics Adds Up: The unfolding health and economic crises confirms the importance of moving quickly in the direction Bernie Sanders has been pointing. It is time to construct a new normal that is truly decent—one that submitted by /u/Honest_Dictator
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Do you think there will be a Democratic debate in April?

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So, it's April and there's still no Dem debate scheduled. From everything I've seen, Biden is running away from the idea of this at all costs, while it was ~1 week ago that some news outlets were reporting that Bernie would debate in April if one was held. Can't find anything that's been said about the matter since then.

Seems to me that there should absolutely be a debate for multiple reasons, but particularly because so much has changed in just the last couple weeks not just globally but also with further information out there about Biden's shady history with women.

What do you think? Will we have a dem debate in April? When will they announce it if so?

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Is Trump really the most dangerous person our country has seen in modern history?

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As someone who couldn't stand Clinton and was contemplating voting for Trump (I abstained), I see a lot of similarities this cycle and I worry that we are playing into the right's hands. The language on this sub has turned vitriolic toward Biden lately and while he is no Sanders, I think it would be valuable to discuss how far we are willing to go to avoid a Biden nomination. Are we REALLY willing to support another four years of Trump? We all know Sanders will support Biden. He has consistently stated that Trump is the most dangerous person in our country's history. Why do selectively ignore what Bernie says?

Am I crazy in thinking that Biden would be a blessing compared to Trump? And that the language we are pushing is in essence supporting a Trump presidency?

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