How much of a communist is Bernie Sanders? (part 1)

Bernie Sanders is genuine left wing radical, and unless he has changed since the time he was mayor of Burlington, Vermont, believes that the shared misery of impoverished-by-communism Cuba is preferable to the unequally-distributed abundance of the United States. David Horowitz and others have made the point that unless a former communist explicitly rejects his former beliefs, you can assume that he or she still adheres to them.

In that conext, take a look at the excerpts from Sanders television interviews of yore dug up by Michael Moynihan of the Daily Beast and John Stossel, and aired on Stossel’s Fox Business Network show, showing Sanders praising bread lines as a good thing:

Bernie Sanders is genuine left wing radical, and unless he has changed since the time he was mayor of Burlington, Vermont, believes that the shared misery of impoverished-by-communism Cuba is preferable to the unequally-distributed abundance of the United States. David Horowitz and others have made the point that unless a former communist explicitly rejects his former beliefs, you can assume that he or she still adheres to them.

In that conext, take a look at the excerpts from Sanders television interviews of yore dug up by Michael Moynihan of the Daily Beast and John Stossel, and aired on Stossel’s Fox Business Network show, showing Sanders praising bread lines as a good thing: