Greedy Socialist Owns 3 Houses, Wonders why Rich People Need So Many Boats

Nobody has ever suggested that Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was a wise, or brilliant man. In fact, quite a few folks have suggested that his complete lack of economic understanding and his obvious thoughtlessness when it came to political issues proved that Sanders was off his rocker.

However, completely ignoring Sanders’ mental prowess would be a mistake because how many other socialists do you know can make money by pretending to be socialist?

I say pretending because while Bernie has always talked a good game politically speaking he has always worked hard to get as much for himself as he possibly could.

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How do  we know?

Because Bernie went from a penniless drifter, to mayor, to Senator… and somehow became wealthy. We also get a sense of his greed when we realize that he pays a lower income tax rate than most middle class Americans! This combined with the fact that he owns three very expensive homes… means that Bernie shouldn’t be criticizing any capitalists, ever.

But that didn’t stop him from trying.

In a recent tweet, Sanders whined that billionaires own too many yachts, and too many cars. “You can’t have it all,” he argued.

Why Sanders believes he has the right to criticize what others do with their own money is beyond me. But i’m even more aghast at the idea that man who has become wealthy while only ever working as a politician earning a government wage, and somehow owns 3 homes has the audacity to criticize someone who has actually worked for their money and owns multiple boats or cars.

It’s ridiculous.

And some other folks on Twitter agreed…

 

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