Hey guys! hope this is allowed, I just had a question that google isn’t being very helpful with.

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Somebody just told me that when Sanders was running in 2016, he talked about raising taxes for people that made just over the amount of money that he did but this time he’s raised it because now he also makes that much. Basically they were trying to paint this picture of him being a hypocrite and I just need to know if it’s true or not. I love Bernie and honestly even if it is true I would still believe that he is our best option. If anybody has any information on this or know where I can go to read about it myself please let me know!

thank you!

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Who should be the journalist that has an Edward R. Murrow moment and calls Trump out on his bullshit during a press conference? Just lose it and demand to know why he can’t answer questions about the big f’n issues at hand instead of obfuscating or lying or calling it a nasty question.

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Be a martyr if they must. But explode to the point where everybody must take notice and demand answers.

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I just voted for the first time in my life.

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I was never really a political person until I had a family. Last election, I was 20 and didn't really care who became the president. In my mind, it would basically be more of the same no matter who won. Since then I've adopted a daughter, been married, bought my first home, and got a well-paying union job. Essentially, I've grown up quite a bit, and I've realized that Bernie is the only candidate who gives a shit about people like me. People who are struggling, who can't pay their medical bills (or refuse to seek medical attention because the KNOW they can't pay medical bills), blue-collar working people who need a hand. So, I left work early to come vote for Bernie Sanders. I'm in a very Trump-y area, and I don't know if it will make a difference, but I know there's a good chance that it CAN make a difference. I'm hopeful for my future and for the future of this country.

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I just met the man himself in my corner store. I was buying cheesecake.

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Bernie and Jane walked in as I was checking out of my local corner market in Washington DC. I work in politics, and I was finally able to thank him for motivating me to come to Capitol Hill in the first place. We couldn’t get a photo (social distancing) but as we were walking away he stopped us and said “you’re the future of the country”.

Had to share that with someone.

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Wife and I just voted by mail in Illinois!

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My wife and I just voted by mail in Illinois for Bernie! Just a reminder to Illinois folks that your ballot must be postmarked NO LATER THAN tomorrow for it to count. We actually saw our local mailman out and he happily took our ballots with him!

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Had to vote by mail because the wife is immunocompromised and can't stand in line. Everyone just try to vote in any way you can!

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