Bernie Sanders and his team of extremist liberals wants to take over the Democratic Party and follow that by winning the Democratic nomination in 2020.This past weekend, Sanders and his supporters were dominant at the People’s Summit in Chicago, and the 2020 election was the most popular topic
Sanders used his People’s Summit speech to re-litigate the 2016 primaries, taking shots at the establishment Democrats who tipped the scales toward Hillary Clinton.
But it was his unsparing assessment of the party whose nomination he sought in 2016 that set off an audience of nearly 4,000 mostly dedicated ‘Berniecrats.’ ‘I am often asked by the media and others, ‘How did it come about that Donald Trump, the most unpopular presidential candidate in the modern history of our country, won the election?’ he offered teasingly as chants of “Bernie would have won” filled the hall. ‘My answer is that Trump didn’t win the election, the Democratic Party lost the election,’ Sanders said, reviving his own past criticisms.”
But the thousands of liberals at the Summit didn’t want to talk about the past they wanted to focus on the future and that future is Bernie.
Democrats won’t make that mistake twice, said RoseAnn DeMoro, executive director of the National Nurses United.
“He’s so clearly ahead,” she said, predicting he would “sail” to the nomination if he got into the race. “He has the most comprehensive program. He’s been doing this his whole life. What people want is what Bernie is saying.”