(FreedomWire.org) – Democrat Senator Bernie Sanders, is just about the farthest left politician in today’s political arena. He’s describe himself as a “democratic socialist.”
Over the years, it seems he has become more and more hypocritical, no doubt as he gained more and more wealth and influence, both things that, as a socialist, he swears shouldn’t be a thing.
He recently took a trip to Pennsylvania to show support and endorse far-leftist Pennsylvania Representative Summer Lee. What threw people off, is that he did so sitting in a first-class seat.
According to Fox News, “Sanders, masked up, appears to be sitting near the front of the plane in photos obtained by a fellow first-class passenger.”
It may not seem like a big deal for a man as high up on the political food chain and with as much name cred as Bernie Sanders to fly first class.
But for a self-declared socialist, a big deal is precisely what this is.
And it’s made into an even bigger deal by the fact that he was flying to go support another socialist candidate, and one Sanders told WTAE-TV would work hard to “fight” for the working and middle class, as well as their families.
According to Sanders, America’s working class is struggling, and that means we need people in Congress, supposedly like Lee, who will stand up for their rights and fight to make their lives better. Now, to be sure, America’s working class is struggling a bit, as the economy is in dire straits, and we have a president who only seems interested in raising taxes and gas prices. And having better representation in Congress would be great.
However, representatives who believe that capitalism is wrong, as Sanders supposedly does, may not be the right way to go about this.
I mean, these are people that believe wealth is essentially a plague on our nation and one that is robbing us blind. If those like Sanders and Lee were in charge, we’d all be living in the same type of home, driving the same cars, making the same amount of money, working a government-funded job, and sending our kids to learn in socialist taught schools where dreams are squashed, and the lesson of every day is that you are just a number to serve the greater good.