Fox News contributor and radio talk show host David Webb spoke with supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at a rally in Brooklyn Sunday, getting their thoughts on whether or not Sanders’ opponent, Hillary Clinton is a trustworthy candidate.
“I think she’s honest to the people that pay her,” one Sanders supporter said.
“She’s ok. I don’t wanna be mean,” said one woman with Sanders stickers affixed to her forehead. When Webb told her to “be honest, it’s her answer,” the woman complied. ”She’s the devil.”
“She’s always changing her mind on everything,” another supporter said.
“Absolutely not, absolutely not. I’m Bernie or bust, that’s it. Bernie, or there’s going to be a revolution in this country,” said one man with a hat and hooded sweatshirt.
“I know she’s not honest, I’ve been watching her for the past 16 years,” said another supporter. When asked if he could support Clinton, he said, “I might throw up, but I might have to do it anyway.”
Webb conducted the interviews during Sanders’ rally at Washington Square Park, where more the campaign said 27,000 people were in attendance, though police estimates believed 15,000 were on hand.
“You can’t fit 27,000 people in Washington Square Park,” Webb told Sean Hannity on Hannity Monday. “All the grass was closed off, so come on, Bernie, you’re selling a little.”
“It’s like his importance to the race,” Webb added. “It’s a bit overinflated, he’s trying to get Hillary to the left.”
H/T: The Blaze