The longer Bernie stays in the race the more likely we get what we want

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There's a good reason why Biden's camp is so desperate for Bernie to drop out. They know that Biden's greatest weaknesses are time and exposure. The longer it's a head to head race, the longer it's a clear battle of ideas. The recent polling shows that. Furthermore, the coronavirus pandemic is going to severely test all the weaknesses that exist in our systems. It will start to make people actively question whether these faults are entirely the Republican party's fault or if they're also the fault of the Democratic establishment too. Make no mistake. It won't happen for everybody but this year you're going to see a lot people question their worldview. Some will fall into fear and despair. Others will realize the importance of our common humanity. The longer Bernie is in the race, the more power we gain.

Out of the night that covers us,

 Black as the pit from pole to pole, 

We thank whatever gods may be

 For our unconquerable souls. 

In the fell clutch of circumstance

 We have not winced nor cried aloud. 

Under the bludgeonings of chance

 Our heads are bloodied, but unbowed. 

Beyond this place of wrath and tears

 Looms but the Horror of the shade, 

And yet the menace of the years

 Finds and shall find us unafraid. 

It matters not how strait the gate,

 How charged with punishments the scroll, 

We are the masters of our fate,

 We are the captains of our souls. 

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Bernie Sanders is FAR MORE ELECTABLE than Joe Biden. Here are 6 reasons why — share them with the electability skeptics you know!

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While our policies are way more popular than Joe Biden's, people over the age of 45 believe that Biden is more "electable" than Bernie. This is a false belief, and we need to politely steer these folks in the right direction if we want to win.So here are…

6 of the Most Powerful Reasons why Bernie Sanders is Far More Electable than Joe Biden

Share these facts with the Electability Skeptics in your life!

1. Bernie is a New Deal Democrat.

Bernie Sanders is a New Deal Democrat, just like FDR (they called FDR a communist, too). Bernie is not trying to nationalize industries. He just wants to increase social welfare programs, like Social Security and Medicare. He wants America to have the best-educated population of every country on earth. Public services like public education, fire departments, and healthcare are not communism. The New Deal is what transformed America into a global powerhouse in the 20th century. Bernie Sanders is the man to guide America into a 21st century New Deal.

2. Come November, the country will be in recession due to Coronavirus pandemic. As the architect of Medicare For All and a lifelong champion of worker rights, Bernie Sanders is going to look like an Oracle compared to Trump. Biden will just look the same as Trump.

The ideas Bernie Sanders has popularized are going to be insanely popular come November, especially Medicare For All.

Joe Biden, meanwhile, just said he would veto Medicare For All if it ever passed Congress. He told a group of insurance and bank CEOs nothing would change under a Biden administration. He's going to look the same as Trump on this issue, and have absolutely no edge on Trump.

3. Joe Biden would collapse in the debates with Trump. Bernie Sanders will beat Trump at his own game.

Donald Trump is literally a pioneer of the reality TV genre. You may hate him, but the guy is a master of the televised format. Biden can't reliably get through a speech even using teleprompters right now. It will be ugly. Trump would come out of it looking smarter and more eloquent than Biden.

Bernie Sanders on the other hand, speaks extemporaneously for 30-60 minutes 3-5 times everyday. His authenticity and well-spoken nature makes him the only choice left standing to handle Trump on a debate stage.

4. Bernie Sanders is far more successful with independents than Joe Biden. You need independents to win a general election.

Bernie Sanders is beating Joe again and again with Independents. Trump beat the Democrats in 2016 in part by winning Independents by 5 points. Bernie Sanders is most successful independent in American history. Sanders will wipe the floor with Trump on independents. Biden, the product of the party machine, will not.

5. Joe Biden is not up to defeating Trump, mentally.

Fair or not, the GOP is already hammering Joe for having clearly lost a step between 2016 and today. This is going to be a major story and relentless narrative after the primaries. Biden will not be able to defend against it because he cannot reliably speak well in public anymore.

6. There is way more enthusiasm for Bernie Sanders than Joe Biden. When a general election hits, Joe Biden's turnout will fail him and the Democrats will lose.

It will be 2016 all over again. Joe may win the popular vote, but he'll lose across the Rust Belt, winning only the Northeast and West Coast. Trump will handily defeat Joe in the electoral college.

Share your own reasons below! We will be posting more stuff to help our community politely make this argument to those questioning the fact that BERNIE SANDERS IS FAR MORE ELECTABLE THAN BIDEN

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More than HALF of the states haven’t voted yet. Click here to vote for Bernie Sanders!

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Reach out to people you know in these states and tell them you want them to vote for Bernie.

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Alaska Register as a Democrat, send in your mailed ballot, or vote in person 4/4.

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