September 18, 2021

The Only Way Bernie Sanders Can Win is if Poor People Don’t Vote

I wonder how long Bernie Sanders plans to keep lying and trotting out left-wing mantras while denying reality. Considering his political background, the answer would seem to be indefinitely.

First Team Sanders blamed his losses in the South on the “Confederacy”. Now it’s poor people not voting.

Confronted with poor primary performances in states with higher populations of low-income people, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said his losses are due to those people not voting.

“Well, because poor people don’t vote. I mean, that’s just a fact. That’s a sad reality of American society,” Sanders said in an interview with MSNBC’s “Meet the Press” set to air in full on Sunday.

The sad reality is that if more poor people were voting, Bernie Sanders would not stand a chance. And he knows it.

Sanders has lost Democratic voters with household incomes below $50,000 by 55 percent to 44 percent to Clinton across primaries where network exit polls have been conducted.

It actually gets worse. In South Carolina, for example, he lost people with an income of less $30K by 81 to 19 percent. That’s really bad. He actually performed best with the 50K to 100K crowd. In Michigan, which his campaign touted as a breakthrough, Clinton won the less than $30K demo while losing everyone from $30K to $100K to Bernie Sanders. (She also won the $100K to $200K)

Bernie’s core demo is white hipsters. And everyone knows it. He has no ability to relate to actual poor people. Like most Socialists, he repeats nonsense and lies about class warfare to cover up that simple fact.

Poor people voting would be the single biggest threat to his campaign.

Source: FrontPage Mag