May 26, 2020

Marxist Senator Bernie Sanders and the Other Democrats Running for President


Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent from Vermont is ahead in polls in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent from Vermont, who is running for president under the Democratic Party, is doing well in the recent polls of the first two Democratic contests of Iowa and New Hampshire. This shows that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is in serious trouble, even though she still leads in national polls. But the trend of all the polls clearly indicates that Hillary Clinton is losing support among Democrats. National polls indicate that most Americans think she cannot be trusted and she is not honest due to her multiple scandals.

The RealClearPolitics poll, which is an average of various polls, showed Senator Sanders being tied to Clinton with 37% in the Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus. However, in the latest poll CBS News Sanders obtains in Iowa 43%, Clinton 33%, Biden 10% and the other three smaller numbers. Sanders is winning the first primary in New Hampshire 44.5% and is followed by Hillary Clinton 33.3% and Vice President Joe Biden 12.7%, who is an undeclared candidate.

Nation-wide the RealClearPolitics poll indicated that voters gave Hillary Clinton 44.2% to Sanders 22.6%, Biden 20.3%, O’Malley 2.2%, Webb 1.6%, and Chafee .04%.

See the charts below:

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleClinton Sanders Biden O’Malley Webb Chafee Spread
RCP Average8/20 – 9/1044.222.620. +21.6
ABC/Wash Post9/7 – 9/10RV422421211Clinton +18
CNN/ORC9/4 – 9/8395 RV372720320Clinton +10
Monmouth8/31 – 9/2339 RV422022110Clinton +20
PPP (D)8/28 – 8/30545 LV5520431Clinton +35
Quinnipiac8/20 – 8/25647 RV452218110Clinton +23

All 2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination Polling Data

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleSanders Clinton Biden O’Malley Webb Chafee Spread
RCP Average8/26 – 9/1037.
CBS News/YouGov9/3 – 9/10646 LV433310511Sanders +10
Quinnipiac8/27 – 9/8832 LV414012310Sanders +1
NBC/Marist8/26 – 9/2345 RV273820421Clinton +11

All Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus Polling Data

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleSanders Clinton Biden O’Malley Webb Chafee Spread
RCP Average8/21 – 9/1344.533.312. +11.2
Monmouth9/10 – 9/13400 LV433613211Sanders +7
CBS News/YouGov9/3 – 9/10548 LV52309100Sanders +22
NBC/Marist8/26 – 9/2356 RV413216110Sanders +9
PPP (D)8/21 – 8/24370 RV4235462Sanders +7

All New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary Polling Data

As indicated Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is being hurt by a string of scandals, including her use of an illegal private server kept, in violation of federal law, in the baseman of her house. It is suspected that many of the top secrets e-mails from the Department of State may have been hacked by the enemies of the United States. It does not help Clinton’s campaign that the FBI is conducting a criminal investigation as a result of two Inspectors Generals from the Intelligence Services and the Department of State said the former secretary of State may have mishandled top secret and classified e-mails.

This is why support for Senator Sanders has surged around the country, and he has drawn crowds that are the envy of other candidates. An article in The New York Times of August 31, 2015 indicated that Senator Sander’s presidential campaign has attracted more than 140,000 volunteers who have registered online. This is a great success for a “Vermont independent senator with radical political roots, no experience in national politics and little establishment backing.” The New York Times article pointed out that the campaign of Sanders has hired some key operatives who worked for President Obama. One of them is Scott Goodstein, which is in charge of the digital operation for the Sanders campaign, and he ran the social media for Barack Obama’s presidential 2008 campaign. Zack Exley also worked for Senator Obama’s 2008 campaign.

On April 30, 2015, socialist-Marxist Senator Bernie Sanders, Independent from Vermont, announced he was running for president. Senator Sanders in an address on the Capitol lawn, stated, “I don’t believe that the men and women who defended American democracy fought to create a situation where billionaires own the political process.” Radical leftist Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat from Massachusetts, a darling of socialist democrats, praised Sanders for entering the presidential race.

Senator Sanders told the Associated Press on April 29, 2015 that he would propose “very specific proposals” to increase taxes on the wealthy and corporations and offer tuition-free higher education at public universities. He also stated his support for more effective regulation of Wall Street and opposition to free trade agreements and the Keystone XL pipeline. Sanders said he would work to reverse the growing income inequality.

The extreme radical senator from Vermont stated the following: “What we have seen is that while the average person is working longer hours for lower wages, we have seen a huge increase in income and wealth inequality, which is now reaching obscene levels. This is a rigged economy, which works for the rich and the powerful, and is not working for ordinary Americans … You know, this country just does not belong to a handful of billionaires.”

Sanders want a political revolution and shakeup

Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders said he hopes to lead a “political revolution” for working families and against money in politics in his bid for the White House. In a May 3, 2015 interview with ABC’s This Week, George Stephanopoulos, Senator Sanders stated the following: “I think I’m the only candidate who’s prepared to take on the billionaire class. We need a political revolution in this country involving millions of people who are prepared to stand up and say, enough is enough, and I want to help lead that effort.”

Senator Sanders, who is running in the Democratic primary against former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and three other Democrats, told ABC’s Jonathan Karl earlier that the millions of dollars flowing into the Clinton Foundation pose a “very serious problem.” He added that “It’s not just Hillary. It’s the Koch Brothers. It is Sheldon Adelson,” referring to billionaire backers of conservative causes and candidates. “Can somebody who is not a billionaire who stands for working families actually win an election?”

Senator Sanders is challenging Hillary Clinton from the radical left. Sanders opposed the Iraq War, which Hillary Clinton supported in the Senate, and is against Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, which the Obama administration is trying to get through Congress. Hillary Clinton fully supported TPP as secretary of state but has raised reservations about it since announcing her presidential bid.

Sanders stated the following to George Stephanopoulos: “Hillary Clinton has been part of the political class for many, many years. I respect her and I like her, but I think what the American people are saying, George, is … maybe it’s time for a real political shakeup in this country.”

When asked whether the United States was ready to elect an avowed socialist, Sanders said: “Well, so long as we know what democratic socialism is. And if we know that in countries, in Scandinavia, like Denmark, Norway, Sweden, they are very democratic countries, obviously. The voter turnout is a lot higher than it is in the United States. In those countries, healthcare is a right of all the people. And in those countries, college education, graduate school is free. In those countries, retirement benefits, childcare are stronger than United States of America. And in those countries, by and large, government works for ordinary people and the middle class, rather than, as in the case right now in our country, for the billionaire class.”

What Sanders did not explain was that in those countries the people are taxed over 50% of their income. Do Americans want to have that extremely federal high tax rate? Do Americans want to elect another Marxist to the White House? Senator Sanders is definitely an underdog to the much better funded Hillary Clinton political machine for the Democratic Party. He explained that has raised more than $1.5 million in a day since announced his candidacy. Sanders promised not to have a Super PAC that could accept unlimited contributions.

Who is Bernard “Bernie” Sanders?

Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Dorothy and Eli Sanders. His father was a Polish Jewish immigrant, and his mother was born in New York, also to a Jewish immigrant family. He graduated from James Madison High School in Brooklyn in 1959.

Sanders studied a year at Brooklyn College and then transferred to the University of Chicago where he graduated with a bachelor of arts in political science in 1964. While a student in 1963, Sanders was active in the civil rights movement and became an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. He was one of several thousand students who traveled on buses to Washington, D.C., for the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. After graduating, Sanders spent time on an Israeli kibbutz. In 1964, he moved to Vermont, where he worked as a carpenter, filmmaker, writer, and researcher, among other occupations.

In 1971, Sanders became a candidate for the Senate for the radical anti-Vietnam war Liberty Union Party and receive 2% of the vote. He ran as a candidate for the Liberty Union three more times, earning 6% of the vote before finally giving up. He included in his platform the nationalization of all United States banks, public ownership of all utilities, and the establishment of a worker-controlled government. He declared himself to be a socialist.

After several unsuccessful runs for senator, Sanders was elected mayor of Burlington, Vermont’s largest city, in 1981 with the majority of 10 votes. He was re-elected to three more two-year terms as mayor. Mayor Sanders hung a Soviet flag in his office in Burlington, in honor of the city’s Soviet sister city, Yaroslavl. In 1985, Mayor Sanders celebrated the sixth anniversary of the Sandinista victory in Managua, Nicaragua with the communist dictator Daniel Ortega.

In 1990, Sanders was elected to Congress, as a socialist, on the third party ticket. At the time, Bernie Sanders was a member of leftist Jesse Jackson’s National Rainbow Coalition. He served in Congress for 16 years before being elected to the Senate in 2006. Six years later he was reelected to the Senate.

As an independent politician since 1979, Sanders is associated with the Vermont Progressive Party and he was a member of Liberty Union party from 1971 to 1979. Although Sanders runs for office as an independent, he caucuses with the Democratic Party and is counted as a Democrat for purposes of committee assignments.

When he arriving Congress in 1991, Sanders co-founded the extreme radical Congressional Progressive Caucus, and served as chairman during its first eight years. At the beginning the website of the Congressional Progressive Caucus played the song of the Communist International song. Later it was removed to hide from the public the Marxist ideology of its members.

Sanders voted against the resolution authorizing the use of force against Iraq in 1991 and 2002. He opposed the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Sanders was a strong critic of the Bush administration. He also criticized Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Sanders told Greenspan that he was “way out of touch” and “that you see your major function in your position as the need to represent the wealthy and large corporations.” Senator Barack Obama campaigned for Sanders in Vermont when he ran for the Senate since both of them shared the same Marxist ideology.

In March 2015, Senator Sanders declined to attend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. After the Prime Minister of Israel’s speech, Sanders released a statement supporting the Obama administration’s diplomatic effort to address Iran’s nuclear program and regretting that Netanyahu’s speech did not offer “any serious alternatives” to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

Sanders communist and socialist connections

Trevor Loudon in his book The Enemies Within: Communist, Socialist and Progressive in the United States Congress (2013) pointed out Bernie Sanders communist and socialist connections. Trevor Loudon wrote that Sanders received the support of journalist I.F. Stone in 1988, a former secret Communist Party USA member and a Soviet agent in a letter endorsing Sanders’s congressional campaign. Stone wrote the following: “Sanders is and on apologetics socialist… He has travel to Nicaragua to speak out against Reagan administration’s war and to establish a sister city relationship between Burlington and Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua. More recently, he went to the Soviet Union to set up a sister city program with Yaroslavl. While socialism has a long and proud history America, extending back to the utopian experiments of the early 1800s, it has been a long time since we’ve had a socialist voice in Congress.”

Loudon explained that Sanders participated in the 1989 U.S. Peace Council national conference together with many communists who were followers of the agenda set by the Communist Party USA and the Soviet-controlled World Peace Council. Communist Mike Bayer supported strongly Sanders’s campaign for the Senate. Bernie Sanders has been a close ally of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and has been a regular speaker at their conferences and the organization is a major fundraising for his campaigns.

Loudon wrote that Sanders has also been supported by the radical Council for a Livable World. The Council website explaining 2012 when it endorse Sanders for reelection to the Senate the following: “Bernie, as is universally known, as the perfect record on the Council for a Livable World’s voting scorecard on key national security issues… He opposed authorization for war in Iraq went in the House and supported measures in both the Senate and the House to withdraw troop… He enthusiastically endorsed the New STAR treaty and will post all Republican attempts to cripple the agreement… He is committed to the elimination of weapons of mass destruction, opposes preemptive wars and works hard on these issues.”

Basically this radical Council is praising Sanders for weakening our national defense, as President Barack Obama has been doing since became president. Both Sanders and Obama have made the United States a weaker superpower and endangered our national security.

Bernie Sanders has been a part of the socialist movement since his college days. Loudon pointed out that Sanders joined the Young People’s Socialist League, the youth wing of the Socialist party USA during the time he was a student at the University of Chicago., The Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Peace Union. He also worked for the communist-led United Packing House Workers Union.

Marxist Bernie Sanders wants to provide free college tuition, single-payer socialist health care, Medicare for all, increased benefits for Social Security, increased infrastructure spending, create free leave paid for workers, bolster private pension funds, one million government jobs for youth to all Americans

Senator Sanders announced two new bills — the “College for All Act” and its companion, “The Inclusive Prosperity Act of 2015″ — that would eliminate undergraduate tuition at all public colleges and universities. This sounds great until one sees the astronomical cost of this idea. It is estimated that such a plan would cost taxpayers more than $70 billion a year and more $750 billion over the next decade. College tuition rises every year in double digits.

Laura Meckler wrote an article entitled “Price Tag of Bernie Sanders’s Proposals: $18 Trillion” which was published in The Wall Street Journal on September 15, 2015. She explained that Senator Bernie Sanders is proposing many new federal government programs to fight poverty and income inequality that amount to at least $18 trillion in new spending over a decade. His proposals would amount to the largest peacetime expansion of government in modern America. According to a study by The Wall Street Journal, the immense cost of his plans alarms conservatives as well as many Democrats.

Meckler explained that the socialist agenda of Senator Sanders includes an estimated $15 trillion for a government-run health-care program that covers every American, plus large sums to rebuild roads and bridges, expand Social Security and make tuition free at public colleges. To pay for it, Sanders has so far detailed tax increases that could bring in as much as $6.5 trillion over 10 years, according to his staff. His “single-payer” proposed health plan, now in Congress, would be funded in part through a new payroll tax on employers and workers. Warren Gunnels, his policy director, stated that the programs would address an array of problems. Gunnels stated “Sen. Sanders’s agenda does cost money, if you look at the problems that are out there, it’s very reasonable.”

Meckler pointed out that Sanders calls himself a democratic socialist. He has long stood to the left of the Democratic Party. At first, Hillary Clinton expected a “coronation” by her party and she was dismissive of Sanders. This is no longer true. As indicated earlier, Sanders is ahead of or tied with the former secretary of state in the early-voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire, and Sanders has gained in national polling. The Marxist Vermont senator now stands as her most serious challenger for the Democratic nomination by attacking economic inequality through more government services, higher taxes on the wealthy and new constraints on banks and corporations. The chart below points out the enormous cost of Sanders’ proposals:

Meckler wrote that Sanders’ proposed program would increase the total federal spending by about one-third—to a projected $18 trillion or so over 10 years. For many years, government spending has equaled about 20% of gross domestic product annually; Sanders’ proposals would increase that to about 30% in their first year. As a share of the economy, that would represent a bigger increase in government spending than the New Deal or Great Society and is surpassed in modern history only by the World War II military buildup.

This writer is convinced that such proposals are irresponsible and are pure Marxist populism. Sanders’ plans promises are very similar to those made by Chavistas in Venezuela, the communist Podemos Party in Spain, and other Marxist political parties around the world. One has to look at the massive poverty in Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea and the countries in Europe that implemented generous social benefits that were economic unsustainable and now are almost bankrupt with very high unemployment.

Hillary Clinton, according to Meckler, so far has proposed programs that together would cost an estimated $650 billion over 10 years. Clinton college-affordability plan is estimated at $350 billion over 10 years, and an expected child-care proposal is estimated to cost at least $200 billion. Those are modest sums compared Sanders’s socialist agenda.

Meckler explained that Sanders most expensive proposal is his plan to extend Medicare to all Americans. He is proposing a $1 trillion to repair roads, bridges and airports. He wants programs would provide youth jobs and prevent cuts to private pension plans. Sanders would raise an additional $1.2 trillion in Social Security taxes in order to increase benefits and pay those already promised for 50 years. Sanders said that he also would propose an expansion of federal support for child care and preschool, though he hasn’t said how much those programs would cost, and they aren’t included in this total.

Warren Gunnels, his policy director, said the campaign hasn’t worked out all details on his plan—for instance, his version might allow each state to run its own single-payer system. But he said the $15 trillion figure was a fair estimate.

Laura Meckler indicated that the tax increases Sanders has proposed are concentrated on Americans earning at least $250,000 a year and on corporations. They include increases in the capital-gains tax, the estate tax and personal income-tax rates for the wealthiest Americans. He also would impose a fee on financial transactions, with investment companies taxed on every stock they trade. More-centrist Democrats think Sanders’ plans are a bad idea. “We are not a country that has limitless resources. You need to tamp on the brakes somewhere, but he doesn’t,” said Jim Kessler, senior vice president for policy at the Democratic think tank Third Way. “There’s no such thing as free college; somebody is going to be paying for it.”

Many economists say higher government spending would hurt long-term economic growth and that this much would stunt it altogether. They believe that the tax increases required to pay for the Sanders program would be “massively catastrophic.”

This writer believes that one thing is certain. And that is that the federal debt would continue to increase dramatically should another Marxist such as Sanders would be elected president. Sanders would raise taxes enormously to pay for his free tuition and other parts of his plans.

Other Democrats running for president

Martin O´Malley

Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley announced that he is entering the Democratic presidential race, on May 30, 2015, in Baltimore. O’Malley, 52, was a former mayor of Baltimore where riots erupted over the death of Freddie Gray, an African-American man who died in police custody. He spoke about income inequality, poverty and how too many people have too little hope. He promised to be their champion and not supporting Wall Street but to working class people.

On May 30, 2015, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley addressed supporters during an event to announce that he is entering the Democratic presidential race in Baltimore. He joined the Democratic presidential race with a longshot challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton for the 2016 nomination.

O’Malley criticized Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush by stating: “The presidency is not a crown to be passed back and forth between two royal families.” O’Malley also made a reference to his youth – Hillary Clinton is 67 and Bernie Sanders is 73.

Martin O’Malley has served as the governor of Maryland, mayor of Baltimore, and a city councilor. In 1999, O’Malley was elected mayor of Baltimore. In 2007, O’Malley was elected as governor of Maryland. In 2015, O’Malley left office.

O’Malley was born in Washington, D.C., and was raised in Bethesda and Rockville, Maryland. His father, Thomas, served as an Air Force pilot in World War II, flying 33 missions over the Pacific. After the war, he attended law school on the G.I. Bill, working his way up to become an Assistant United States Attorney. O’Malley’s mother, Barbara, has worked in Congress for nearly 30 years, where she continues to serve on the staff of the state’s first female United States Senator, Barbara Mikulski.

O’Malley graduated from Catholic University, and went on to earn his law degree from the University of Maryland in 1988. That same year, he was appointed as an Assistant State’s Attorney for the City of Baltimore. O’Malley ran for Baltimore City Council at the age of 28, where he served for eight years.

He and his wife, Katie, a District Court judge, live in Baltimore with their four children.

Jim Webb

Former Democratic Senator Jim Webb, from Virginia, is running for president.

Jim Webb is a former Senator from Virginia. He has been a combat Marine, a counsel in the Congress, an assistant secretary of defense and Secretary of the Navy, an Emmy-award winning journalist, a film-maker, and the author of ten books.

Webb’s father was a career Air Force officer who flew B-17s and B-29s during World War Two, cargo planes during the Berlin Airlift, and was a pioneer in the United States missile program. Colonel Webb was the first family member to finish high school and graduated from the University of Omaha in 1962 after 26 years of night school.

While in the Senate, Jim Webb served on the Foreign Relations, Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and the Joint Economic Committees.  He wrote, introduced, and guided to passage the Post-9.11 GI Bill, the most significant veterans legislation since World War II, and co-authored legislation which exposed 60 billion dollars of waste, fraud and abuse in Iraq and Afghanistan wartime-support contracts. A long-time advocate of fixing America’s broken criminal justice system, Senator Webb was written in the Atlantic magazine as one of the world’s “Brave Thinkers” for tackling prison reform and possessing “two things vanishingly rare in Congress: a conscience and a spine.”

Having widely traveled in Asia for decades, as Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee’s Asia – Pacific Subcommittee Senator Webb was a leading voice in calling for the United States to re-engage in East Asia, meeting frequently with key national leaders throughout the region.  In 2009, he led an historic visit to Burma, becoming the first American leader to visit that country in ten years, and opening up the dialogue that resulted in the re-establishment of relations between our two countries.

Webb graduated from the Naval Academy in 1968, receiving a special commendation for his leadership contributions.  First in his class of 243 at the Marine Corps Officer’s Basic School, he served as a rifle platoon and company commander in Vietnam and was awarded the Navy Cross, the Silver Star Medal, two Bronze Star Medals, and two Purple Hearts.  He graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1975.

Webb served in Congress as counsel to the House Committee on Veterans Affairs from 1977 to 1981.  In 1982 he led the fight to include an African American soldier in the Vietnam Veterans memorial on the National Mall.  In 1984 he was appointed Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, and in 1987 became Secretary of the Navy.

In addition to his public service, Jim Webb has enjoyed a varied career as a writer.  He taught literature at the Naval Academy.  Traveling widely as a journalist, he received an Emmy Award for his PBS coverage of the U.S. Marines in Beirut in 1983, and in 2004 was embedded with the U.S. military in Afghanistan.  A screenwriter and producer, his original story “Rules of Engagement” held the top slot in U.S. box offices for two weeks in April 2000. Mr. Webb has written ten books, including “Born Fighting,” a sweeping history of the Scots – Irish culture, and “Fields of Fire,” widely recognized as the classic novel of the Vietnam War.

Jim Webb has six children and lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, Hong Le Webb. He speaks Vietnamese and has done extensive pro bono work with the Vietnamese community dating from the late 1970s.

Lincoln Chafee

Lincoln Chafee has served as a mayor, governor, and United States Senator. First elected to public office in 1985 as a Delegate to the Rhode Island Constitutional Convention, he served on the Warwick City Council from 1986 to 1990. In 1992, he became the first Republican mayor of Warwick in 32 years, and he was re-elected in 1994, 1996 and 1998.

Lincoln Chafee was co-chair of Independents and Republicans for Obama in 2008 and he was a National Co-Chair of President Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012. He is the author of Against the Tide: How a Compliant Congress Empowered a Reckless President (2008).

In 1999, Chafee was appointed to fill the unexpired term of his late father, U.S. Senator John H. Chafee. In 2000 he was elected to a full six-year term. While in the Senate, Chafee was a member of the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works and he chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Middle East Subcommittee. In 2010, Chafee became the first Independent elected Governor of Rhode Island in over 150 years.

Chafee was the only Republican in the Senate to vote against authorizing the use of military force in Iraq. Chafee was co-chair of Independents and Republicans for Obama in 2008 and he was a National Co-Chair of President Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012.

Chafee is a 1975 graduate of Brown University, earning a degree in the Classics. A four-year varsity wrestler, Chafee received the Francis M. Driscoll Award for leadership, scholarship and athletics. Upon graduation, Chafee attended Montana State University’s Horseshoeing School and for the next seven years he worked as a blacksmith at harness racetracks throughout the United States and Canada.

From 1983 to 1990, Chafee was employed in manufacturing, including stints at Electric Boat and Cranston Print Works. From 1991 to 1992, he was a professional advocate for clean energy and electrifying the Northeast rail corridor.

Chafee and his wife, Stephanie, have three children, and live in Warwick, Rhode Island.

Will Vice President Joe Biden run for president?

It is well known that Valerie Jarrett, Michelle and Barack Obama have a profound dislike for Hillary and Bill Clinton. Edward Klein is the author of Blood Feud: the Clintons vs. the Obamas (2014) which became number one on The New York Times bestseller list for several weeks.

The New York Times bestseller author of the book The Amateur, Edward Klein is a former New York Times Magazine editor-in-chief. Klein explained the rocky relationship between the Obamas and the Clintons in his book Blood Feud: the Clintons vs. the Obamas (2014). He is an outstanding investigative reporter who revealed in his best seller book just how deep the rivalry between the Obamas and the Clintons runs. Klein conducted hundreds of interviews. Blood Feud is a stunning exposé of the animosity, jealousy, and competition between the Obamas and the Clintons.


Edward Klein is the author of the best seller book Blood Feud. The book is a stunning exposé of the animosity, jealousy, and competition between the Obamas and the Clintons.

Joe Biden has the support of President Obama should he run for president.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton wrote an article entitled “Biden Gets The Commie Vote which was published in the website Noisy on September 7, 2015. Monroe-Hamilton said that she expects that Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren to run on the Democratic ticket for the presidency in 2016. Hillary Clinton is “damaged goods” and is sinking in the polls. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is also under a criminal investigation by the FBI and sooner or later, she will be charged. Then some type of pardon will be issued by Obama. The Democratic establishment does not like Bernie Sanders, so Vice President Joe Biden will run for president.

Monroe-Hamilton pointed out Biden has not announced yet, but on Labor Day, 2015 the Vice President spoke at an AFL-CIO Labor Day event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Biden marched with the head of the AFL-CIO Richard Trumka arm in arm in that event. Joe Biden yelled, “I’m mad, I’m angry!” He assailed the economy saying that is “devastating for workers.” Biden thanked his friend Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO. He said that “there wouldn’t be a single basic right, from a 40-hour week to sick leave; there wouldn’t be a single basic right out there … but for labor.” Biden added “You build the middle class. That’s not an exaggeration.”

Biden similarly to Obama and Sanders spoke about the growing economic inequality. Biden stated the following: “Let me tell you something, man, the tax code’s not fair. The wealthy aren’t paying their fair share. There used to be one America. Today 1% of Americans owns 40% of all wealth in America. A level playing field doesn’t exist. It’s the way the tax code has been setup.”

Monroe-Hamilton wrote that the unions have always loved Joe Biden and he loves them right back. She said that it would not surprise her at all if the unions throw in behind Biden. Trumka met with Biden recently in Washington and declared the presidential race wide open. Socialist Richard Trumka stated the following: “Biden’s a good friend — he’s been a champion of working people. He would be a good candidate. He would be a good president.” Trumka thinks that Biden will commit to not only fight for trade protections, but also push for an increase in the minimum wage and expand union membership.

Monroe-Hamilton wrote that during a speech before a few hundred steelworkers, Biden said the media liked to portray him as a populist. Biden declared that “They’ll probably say I’m competing with Bernie Sanders, who is doing a helluva job by the way.” Richard Trumka, the President of the AFL-CIO, who controls a valuable political endorsement and has millions to spend for Democratic candidates, introduced Biden as a friend, a brother and “a great champion of working men and working women.”


It is sad to see that after having a Marxist in the White House in January 2009, the United States now has another Marxist running for president. There is no difference between Sanders and Obama. That is why Senator Barack Obama campaigned hard for the reelection of Bernie Sanders to the Senate. Senator Bernie Sanders is proposing many new federal government programs to fight poverty and income inequality that cost at least $18 trillion in new spending over a decade. This is madness and would bankrupt the nation. The United States would become another Greece!

Since Bernie Sanders is running to the left of Hillary Clinton, she will probably have to move even more to the left to capture the support of the socialist-Marxist wing of the Democratic Party. Other candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination may have to do the same.

Joe Biden, a supporter of the New World Order, and the extreme radical leftist Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, are both waiting for a possible run to the White House. Perhaps Secretary of State John Kerry is considering a White House run. This would be especially true if all of the scandals of Hillary Clinton, especially her mishandle of top secrets e-mails in an illegal private server and the many scandals of the Clinton Foundation, derails her presidential campaign. It is also sad to see how the Democratic Party continues to be captured by the socialist-Marxist wing of the party that was kept in check for many years by centrist blue dog Democrats.