Sunday, February 24, 2019

Sanders in 1985 Defended the Socialist Revolution in Nicaragua

By Susan Jones | February 22, 2019         
 
(CNSNews.com) - In a 1985 interview with CCTV in Burlington, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, then the mayor of Burlington, discussed his seven days in Nicaragua and his support for the socialist government there.

At the time, the Reagan administration was urging support for the Contra rebels that opposed the revolutionary Marxist regime of Daniel Ortega.

“One of the things that I think I learned on my trip, as a socialist -- the word socialism doesn't frighten me, and I think it's probably fair to say that the Nicaraguan government is primarily a socialist government,” Sanders said:.........To Read More...

My Take - How many millions of people have to suffer over a couple of centuries of leftist insanity does the world have to experience before we send these loons packing? The French Revolution gave the world The Terror, and every socialist nation amplified that until they killed 100 million innocent people in the 20th century, and left billions suffering. And this loon is leading the pack of  leftist loons in the Democrat party running for President.  We've lost our minds.

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