Democratic Unification

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So, before I start, I want to say that I love Bernie and everything he is pushing for and that I would LOVE for him to be the next president.

But, in the event he does not won the primary, we all need to accept one thing: whoever the democratic candidate is we must bond together and vote them in.

We saw in the last election how Russia used Jill Stein to split the left. We cannot let this happen again. We must defeat Donald Trump so he may face justice for his crimes.

That's why WHOEVER THE HELL wins the primary and is the Democratic candidate, I feel we must vote for them to depose Trump and restore a true democracy to not only our country, but to our world. Bernie himself said he would support the democratic candidate if he doesn't win. So follow our glorious friend and do the same, please.

TLDR; If Bernie doesn't win primary, we must unite behind the democratic candidate

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How can we have everybody within the Democratic Party play fair?

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I keep hearing that we all rooting for any potential democratic candidate should be cohesive: we should avoid smearing the other runners and should all vote for the democratic candidate, no matter who they are.

I've been passionately embracing this philosophy so far, but am becoming more and more aware that tons of democrats are not. An example is this thread from yesterday.

I just gave a look at r/democrats and am feeling quite upset:

What can and should we do?

I want to support any democratic candidate, but only as long as everybody is playing fair and doing the same. If the rest of the democrats don't do the same, then I'm not Ok with with accepting their candidate.

I prefer the democratic party to the republican one because it seems way more honest and ethical. But if the party doesn't play fair, if they are gonna behave like 3 years ago, then they're proving to be neither honest nor ethical. That's not a party I can force myself to support. I would rather tolerate Trump for an other 4 year, if that meant that in 2024 the DNC gives up their corruption. I don't want be force to choose between the lesser of two evils forever.

I don't want it to be like this though.

What can we do to make every wing of the party play fair?

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In light over how MSNBC doesn’t list Bernie as a democratic Candidate, why don’t we tweet at MSNBC and ask why he didn’t make it to the list

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If the news organizations are against us, the peaceful way to protest is to not spread hatred but to only spread questions. We should call them out in a respectful manner to make people come to light over what's happening.

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Throwback to Exactly Three Years Ago Today, Democratic Presidential Debate in Flint, MI 2016

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Bernie said it best.

"You know, we are, if elected president, going to invest a lot of money into mental health, and when you watch these republican debates, you'll know why we need to invest in mental health."

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What democratic socialism means to Bernie Sanders: ✅ Reforming our corrupt political system ✅ An economy that works for all, not just the few What it does NOT mean: ❌ Authoritarianism ❌ Totalitarianism ❌ Overturn the free market He made that clear 40 years ago. #Bernie2020

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What democratic socialism means to Bernie Sanders: ✅ Reforming our corrupt political system ✅ An economy that works for all, not just the few What it does NOT mean: ❌ Authoritarianism ❌ Totalitarianism ❌ Overturn the free market He made that clear 40 years ago. #Bernie2020 submitted by /u/CrineteenHeaventeen
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