Bernie Sanders Cautions Protest Voters

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September 19, 2016 by Chris Kite

Bernie Sanders is a smart man. He knows that people are frustrated with what seems like two horribly flawed candidates. But the truth is, one of the candidates is incredibly flawed and the other, Hillary Clinton, has just been the victim of literally decades of GOP smear campaigns.

Sure, Bernie Sanders is a more progressive leader. But Hillary Clinton is far from being a Republican as so many Bernie fans like to say. Maybe you could compare her to a Dwight Eisenhower or Jim Edgar type Republican. But even that is a stretch. She lines up with Sanders on most issues. And she knows how to get things done.

Bernie Sanders, recognizing the frustration of many voters, especially young voters, is cautioning against a protest vote. And let’s be honest. Voting for a third party candidate for President is nothing but a protest vote.

A country run by Donald Trump is unimaginable. He is a racist. He knows nothing about governing. He has thin skin, is incredibly petty and has a quick trigger finger. He doesn’t understand everyday Americans.

Please listen to Bernie. Don’t waste your vote on a third party candidate!

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