In reply to @GunnelsWarren
The first thing Bernie taught me was that it was not good enough to write a good bill, amendment or speech. If we were going to improve the lives of the working class, we had to rally the American people against corporate greed and corruption. Some major grassroots victories⬇️ pic.twitter.com/nq7QWDTTZi
@GunnelsWarren | 32,106 followers
In other words, Bernie’s very essence is about building or joining grassroots efforts against: Segregation Starvation Wages Social Security Cuts Pension Cuts Outsourcing ⬆️Drug Prices Climate Change Endless Wars Wall Street Greed Postal Service Cuts Cuts to Veterans Benefits

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In reply to @GunnelsWarren
“Bernie Sanders & Paul Wellstone want to require detailed disclosure 45 days in advance if companies plan to reduce benefits. In addition, they want companies to offer all employees a choice between old and new pension plans or face financial sanctions.” washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/aponlin…
 
In reply to @GunnelsWarren
It can’t be, that in a movement who are dedicated to electing Bernie, we have only 5 comments. That just can’t be. #ChiefOfReceipts #MedicareForAll🧶💯🏩 pic.twitter.com/nGVf9BI1Xb
 
In reply to @GunnelsWarren
She's really clueless. He was in the news, actually in the news in major cities many many times, during every decade of my life it seemed he re-appeared from... somewhere.
 
In reply to @GunnelsWarren
the problem with being a socialist is everyone wants to accuse you of overreach, the left think you are not being progressive enough whilst the right will always accuse you of being radical , look to the policies and decide one has a bigger budget than the other.
 
In reply to @GunnelsWarren
....don't forget his efforts against....America.
 
In other words, he's against things bad people like
 

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