“We should not be the country that grabs little children from the arms of their mothers.” — Sen. Bernie Sanders, who announced his 2020 candidacy last week, had some words for President Trump during his CNN town hall. https://t.co/OQP2NUE49I— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) February 26, 2019
Too socialist for you?
Wolf Blitzer: "How are we going to pay for it?"
"Amazon made 5 billion in profits. Do you know how much they paid in taxes?"— John Iadarola (@johniadarola) February 26, 2019
Crowd screams "ZERO"
"That's right. That's where we're going to start paying for it." - @BernieSanders #SandersTownHall
Too socialist now? Afraid your Prime membership is going up again?
Maybe you should worry about how much your scrips are going up this year, next year ...
"The only way you beat the drug companies is when millions of people stand up and say 'I'm not going to allow you to kill my wife or my kids.'" @BernieSanders #SandersTownHall #BernieTownHall pic.twitter.com/l6NOxgmBa8— People for Bernie (@People4Bernie) February 26, 2019
Has your "socialist" meter red-lined yet? Would free college tuition do it?
“A higher education today is the equivalent of what a high school education was 40 or 50 years ago,” Sanders said during the town hall. “And that means ...”
Bernie Sanders on affordable education: "We make public colleges and universities tuition-free and we substantially lower the outrageous levels of student debt. ... We’re going to pay for that by a tax on Wall Street speculation." #SandersTownHall https://t.co/aYTul5ggvA pic.twitter.com/3AnSRf3pZy— CNN (@CNN) February 26, 2019
#TuitionFreeCollege#BernieTownHall #Bernie2020 @DemSocialists @MetroATLDSA pic.twitter.com/5C51vKSag5— 🔴⚫ Jorge E Alonso 🌹 (@jedalonso) February 26, 2019
Bernie Sanders explains why he supports Democratic socialism: “What democratic socialism means to me is having in a civilized society, the understanding that we can make sure that all of our people live in security and in dignity.” #SandersTownHall https://t.co/n2hqMm3i6W pic.twitter.com/GAHVWM8M4B— CNN (@CNN) February 26, 2019