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Bernie Unveils Absurd ‘Wish List’ Of Things ‘Everyone’ Is Entitled To


Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders unveiled his absurd "wish list" this week of things that he says "everyone" -- including illegal aliens -- are entitled to.

The Democratic socialist took to Twitter on Sunday to publish a list of “rights” all Americans should have access to.


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“Every American, regardless of income, is entitled to: The right to a decent job that pays a living wage. The right to quality health care. The right to a complete education. The right to affordable housing. The right to a clean environment. The right to a secure retirement,” posted Sanders on social media.

Last week, Sanders unveiled his plan for illegal aliens if he becomes the next president of the United States.

During the Democratic presidential primary debates, the Vermont socialist revealed that he supports giving health care to illegal immigrants.

“I happen to believe that when I talk about health care as a human right, that applies to all people in this country,” Sanders said when asked about the issue by CNN’s debate moderators.

“Under a Medicare for All, single-payer” system, Sanders added, the U.S. could afford such an expense.

“What Trump is doing through his racism and xenophobia is demonizing a group of people,” Sanders said. “These people coming to our country are not criminals, they are human beings.”

Sanders plan is obviously to tell Americans to work harder so that more of their tax dollars go to giving illegal aliens "free" health care.

The Vermont socialist has made it clear that he plans to deplete parts of the federal government to pay for his socialist agenda.

Sanders previously told a crowd that as president, he would enact policies that provide "free" health care to everyone as well as "free" tuition for those attending colleges and universities.

Sanders point-blank stated that he would make drastic cuts to the U.S. military.

Bernie has long had a love-fest with socialism.

Videos of Sanders from the 1980s resurfaced showing him praising the Soviet Union, giving advice to Nicaragua's socialist government, and saying breadlines in countries under communist rule are a "good thing."

“It’s funny sometimes American journalists talk about how bad a country is because people are lining up for food. That’s a good thing,” he said in one vintage video. “In other countries, people don’t line up for food, rich people get the food and poor people starve to death.”

After visiting the Soviet Union in 1988, Sanders stated that he was "very impressed" by the USSR.

“The stations themselves were absolutely beautiful, including many works of art, chandeliers that were very beautiful, it was a very effective system," he said at the time.

He also said he was fond of the USSR’s “palaces of culture,” which he told an audience were much better than anything the U.S. had mustered: “I was also impressed by the youth programs that they have, their palaces of culture for the young people, a whole variety of programs for young people, and cultural programs which go far beyond what we do in this country.”

If he wins the 2020 election, Sanders is promising to slash military funding to pay for his socialist agenda.

And he wants you, the taxpayer, to foot the bill for all of his "ideas."

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