I just heard an interview where Hilary Clinton is putting down Bernie Sanders because they need to rebuild trust and she claims that he certainly is not the person to do this because he promises the moon and can’t deliver. I think she must have stopped in Chicago on her way to film this interview, acquired some good green, and toked it up on her private jet trip across flyover country.
How in the world can a woman who explained to a group of directors at Goldman Sachs that she has a public opinion and a private opinion or a public speech and a private speech, speak from a credible place? She is a phony. She and her husband are both prime examples of how and why trust has been eroded over the last 40 years. The bottom line is she is a liar and a cheat and Bernie is not!
Bernie Sanders on the other hand has never changed course. His entire career has been built on helping others. I get a kick out of how pundits today love to mention that Bernie is in the 1%. What are they talking about? The only 1% group he falls into is due to writing a book about the 2016 election… I think he wrote two.
Bernie Sanders is the only candidate running who can build trust in the broken place we call our Capitol. He may promise the moon, but I can tell you he’s going to make every effort to deliver. Of course he won’t be able to deliver on everything, but you can trust what he says he will do. And the fact that the main stream media runs with this milquetoast argument from Hilary is about the most transparent effort to defeat this insurgency I can imagine.
As you know, I’m driving from Chicago to Manchester New Hampshire having left yesterday at about 3 o’clock. I’m in western New York and it has been a heavy snow for 90% of the trip. I have satellite radio so I’m able to listen to MSNBC and Fox news. It is indeed a most interesting exercise to toggle back-and-forth between these two outlets every 10 to 15 minutes. The echo chamber on both sides is nothing short of blazingly obvious.
I’m starting to feel excitement in my belly as I get closer to Manchester. This is historic stuff and I’m incredibly grateful to be able to be a part of it in a small way. I also want to say a huge thank you to my wife for putting up with all this craziness. I love you very much. And I love YOU all too!