It’s Official. Bernie Supporters Are DNC Bots

Russell Meyers For President 2024
8 min readNov 18, 2019

In 2016, we heard a range of specific arguments supporting Hillary.

She’s the ONLY one who can beat Trump!

It doesn’t matter if someone else has better policies!

We have to unite behind the Democrats and beat Trump!

Third parties can’t win!!!

Flash forward to today and guess what is being repeated by Bernie supporters on a daily basis right this minute?

Bernie is the ONLY one who can beat Trump!

It doesn’t matter if someone else has better policies!

We HAVE to unite behind Bernie and beat Trump!

Third parties can’t win!!!

I have made it very clear that I support Tulsi Gabbard more than Bernie. No, I am not being a cultist, as I accuse others of being. I focus on policies and look at each candidate’s policies quite objectively. If there is something to criticize, I openly do so, have done so and will continue to do so.

The main thing I tend to look at is how benign versus how extremely dangerous any policy is by any candidate. To date, the only criticisms I have of Tulsi are effectively benign, when the facts are examined and combined with other policies. In the case of Bernie, I do not find his flaws to be benign. I find his flaws to be inherently extremely dangerous. I have covered some of these before but let’s take another look and a fresh comparison at the most crucial aspects of their policies.

Universal healthcare. Many Bernie supporters claim that his universal healthcare proposal is better than Tulsi’s, which she laid out in greater detail this week. When viewed honestly, they are virtually the same. The difference is Tulsi is more honest and up front on the subject. Tulsi makes it clear that her plan would provide universal basic care, while leaving the door open for supplemental insurance. Some believe Bernie’s plan would eliminate supplemental health insurance coverage. That’s not true in the least. He has openly admitted that supplemental insurance would still exist beyond basic care. The difference is that he only admits this using vague language and only under direct questioning, while she says it up front. Which one is more honest?

Banking regulation and reform. Both Tulsi and Bernie support reinstating Glass-Steagall, breaking up the big banks and placing stricter regulations on risky…

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Russell Meyers For President 2024

I am running as an Independent for US president in 2024. Peace, Humanity, Prosperity for ALL Americans.