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Bernie Sanders Said WHAT In 1972?

Are Democrats really about to vote for him after this?

The day of the Super Bowl, Liberals were outraged when President Trump told Sean Hannity, “I think he [Bernie Sanders] is a communist. Look, I think of communism when I think of Bernie. You could say socialist, but didn’t he get married in Moscow? That’s wonderful. Moscow’s wonderful.”

Now, according to the Washington Examiner, in 1972 during a campaign pitch in Rutland, Vermont, Sanders surprisingly went on the record for saying, “I don’t mind people coming up and calling me a communist. At least they’re still alive.”

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