Bernie Sanders continued his trend of being a sellout in the eyes of many Democrats when he defended the election of Tom Perez as Democrat National Committee chairman.
But he showed some backbone hinting that he has no intention of giving the DNC his list of donors that raised a whopping $218 million in online donations from 2.8 million people, according to CNN.
The Vermont senator and Democrat presidential race also-ran told CNN’s Jake Tapper that President Donald Trump “does not have a point” when he said the race was rigged, like the Democrat nomination.
The race for DNC Chairman was, of course, totally “rigged.” Bernie’s guy, like Bernie himself, never had a chance. Clinton demanded Perez!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 26, 2017
“No, he doesn’t have a point,” Sanders told Tapper on CNN’s “State of The Union” on Sunday. “That’s what the system is.”
But then he quickly contradicted himself.
“One of the things [new DNC Chairman Tom Perez] is going to have to change is to figure out how we elect national Democratic leaders. I’m not quite impressed with the process that exists,” he said.
Ok then … President Trump does have a point and it’s the same one Sanders made.
When pressed by Tapper on whether he will give his donor list to the Democrats, the independent senator indicated that the list will be utilized by his group “Our Revolution” to help candidates that are in line with his far left agenda.
“We are going to do everything that we can – and we have started that progress – to transform the Democratic Party into a party that stands up for working families,” he said. “So we are going to work to support progressives who are running for the Senate, who are running for the House, who are running … for school board, for city council, for state legislature.”
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