to all my bernie peeps out there in the reddit world, who love people. i wanted to do some good and made a website where anyone can help people with ease.

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Serious question: who are some candidates that could eventually replace bernie

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There's gotta be someone else that can pick up the torch. Someone non-corruptible with a good record and similarly progressive values who motivates people to vote. Others like Warren and Yang just don't seem up to that level for one reason or another

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In 2016 I ran in to Bernie & Jane Sanders on the streets of Philadelphia while protesting outside the DNC; given the news of delegate shenanigans, I have some reflections from that experience.

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In 2016 I volunteered and donated alongside millions of other Berners during our first history-making campaign. I was not a delegate, but I felt called to go to Philadelphia to express my dissatisfaction with other marchers on the streets outside the DNConvention. Given the news today about the DNC and their allies in government removing Bernie from the ballot, giving his delegates away, and otherwise trying to crush our movement, I felt that this story was timely.

I remember those wild days more vividly than most things. Real popular unrest in the streets. Looking around and seeing the throngs of people there, all motivated by a vision of a better world and refusing to be silenced, coming together. It felt like the beginning of a revolutionary time.

I remember I ran in to Bernie & Jane standing on the ground floor just outside city hall. He must have just exited the building because it seemed like no one noticed him, standing maybe 30 feet away. Made eye contact briefly and all I could do was take my hat off to him. I’ll never forget the sadness in his eyes. I think he really felt he let us down.

From that painful moment he and Jane started walking back to their hotel a few blocks away. I didn’t know what to do but followed them from a respectful distance. Over time a few more supporters joined, and before long we had a small crowd that marched with them all the way back.

At the end, Bernie and Jane went inside to rest while we stayed on the street outside, chanting, smiling, meeting each other. I made good friends from that crowd who I continue to organize with today.

What I took away from that experience was that Bernie can only lead us so far, but ultimately the ones who will make change were left standing in the street, filled with renewed courage and ready to make the city shake with our voices. And shake it did.

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There have been some great interviews with Nina Turner & Briahna Joy Gray in the last couple of days

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Glen Greenwald of The Intercept interviewed Bernie's press secretary Briahna Joy Gray Yesterday – this is such a great interview link

Nina Turner on The Breakfast Club today is also great! link

Briahna on The Hill Rising today link

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