Sanders Stumbles on Explaining Where His Campaign is Heading

2020 Democrat Bernie Sanders has run a presidential campaign on pushing for far-left policies, demonizing President Trump, and offering handouts. If you listen to Sanders, Trump is a racist, sexist, xenophobe, homophobe, and any other ism or obia which you can think of.

The self-proclaimed socialist also tells Americans that he’s going to give everyone free healthcare, free housing, free college, and do away with all medical debt and student loan debt. Obviously, everything about Sanders, from his take on President Trump to the wild promises he’s making, i flagrantly absurd.

Bernie Sanders for President by Phil Roeder, on Flickr

Bernie Sanders for President” (CC BY 2.0) by Phil Roeder

In the wake of a recent health scare, Sanders seems confused about the trajectory of his presidential campaign and what’s coming up next, as documented by the Washington Examiner. After previously suggesting that his campaign will slow things down, Sanders has changed his tune and since stated that he’s still moving forward his work to become president.

Reviewing Sanders’ Latest Story on His 2020 Campaign

It’s very clear that Sanders’ recent heart attack and the necessary subsequent recovery are impacting his presidential campaign. The 2020 Democrat originally claimed that he would “slow down” his work in the current race; although, later on, Sanders claimed that he “misspoke” and will be continuing to run for president.

Earlier this week, Sanders stated that the media took his words out of context in regards to the future trajectory of his presidential campaign.

In Sanders’ own words:

“I misspoke the other day. I said a word I should not have said and media drives me a little bit nuts to make a big deal about it. We’re going to get back into the groove of a very vigorous campaign. I love doing rallies and I love doing town meetings.”

Health issues experienced by 2020 Democrats Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have raised questions about whether or not old age will prove to be a liability for them in the current election.

More on Sanders’ 2020 Campaign

The 2020 presidential election marks Sanders’ second time at running to become president of the United States. In 2016, his aspirations to make it in the White House were shut down when the DNC awarded Hillary Clinton with a plethora of superdelegates.

Bernie Sanders’ Campaign Headquarters in by Rick Obst, on Flickr

Bernie Sanders’ Campaign Headquarters in” (CC BY 2.0) by Rick Obst

During this current election season, Sanders has expressed concerns about Biden’s allies working behind the scenes with a Super PAC in order to buy the Democrat nomination. Only time will tell whether or not Sanders’ concerns turn out to be merited.

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