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Progressives are not just fighting for the right things. We are prepared to take on powerful special interests.

We know and have always known that real change never takes place without struggle. No one gives you anything. You’ve got to fight for it.
 
Our movement gets stronger every day. Join me now for a livestream with @CoriBush, @RashidaTlaib and @JamaalBowmanNY to discuss their historic victories and the next steps for our movement. pscp.tv/w/cfnrRDMyNzU3…
Bernie Sanders @BernieSanders
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In reply to @BernieSanders
We have a choice to make. We can continue to allow the very rich to get much richer while everyone else gets poorer and poorer. Or we can tax the winnings a handful of billionaires made during the pandemic to improve the health and well-being of tens of millions of Americans.
Replying to @BernieSanders
It is time for the Senate to act on behalf of the working class who are hurting like they have never hurt before, not the billionaire class who are doing phenomenally well and have never had it so good.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
In my view, we can no longer tolerate the three wealthiest people in America owning more wealth than the bottom 50 percent, while over 30 million Americans have lost their jobs and 92 million people are either uninsured or under-insured.
Replying to @BernieSanders
We have a choice to make. We can continue to allow the very rich to get much richer while everyone else gets poorer and poorer. Or we can tax the winnings a handful of billionaires made during the pandemic to improve the health and well-being of tens of millions of Americans.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Yes, by taxing 60% of the wealth gains made by just 467 billionaires during this pandemic, we could guarantee health care as a right for an entire year. And billionaires would still be able to pocket over $310 billion in gains during the worst downturn since the Great Depression.
Replying to @BernieSanders
In my view, we can no longer tolerate the three wealthiest people in America owning more wealth than the bottom 50 percent, while over 30 million Americans have lost their jobs and 92 million people are either uninsured or under-insured.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
If we taxed 60% of the windfall gains 467 billionaires made from March 18th until August 3rd we could raise over $420 billion. That’s enough revenue to allow Medicare to pay all of the out-of-pocket health care expenses for everyone in America over the next 12 months.
Replying to @BernieSanders
Yes, by taxing 60% of the wealth gains made by just 467 billionaires during this pandemic, we could guarantee health care as a right for an entire year. And billionaires would still be able to pocket over $310 billion in gains during the worst downturn since the Great Depression.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
At a time of massive wealth and income inequality, when so many our people are hurting, it is morally obscene for billionaires to use a global pandemic as an opportunity to make outrageous profits.
Replying to @BernieSanders
If we taxed 60% of the windfall gains 467 billionaires made from March 18th until August 3rd we could raise over $420 billion. That’s enough revenue to allow Medicare to pay all of the out-of-pocket health care expenses for everyone in America over the next 12 months.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
While millions of Americans are lining up at emergency food banks because they don’t have enough money to put food on the table, Mark Zuckerberg the founder of Facebook has increased his wealth by more than $37 billion during the pandemic and is now worth over $90 billion.
Replying to @BernieSanders
At a time of massive wealth and income inequality, when so many our people are hurting, it is morally obscene for billionaires to use a global pandemic as an opportunity to make outrageous profits.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
While 40 million Americans face eviction, Elon Musk has nearly tripled his wealth over the past four months and now has a net worth of more than $70 billion.
Replying to @BernieSanders
While millions of Americans are lining up at emergency food banks because they don’t have enough money to put food on the table, Mark Zuckerberg the founder of Facebook has increased his wealth by more than $37 billion during the pandemic and is now worth over $90 billion.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
While U.S. taxpayers are subsidizing the starvation wages at Walmart, our nation’s largest private employer, the Walton family has made over $20 billion during the pandemic and now has a net worth of over $200 billion.
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While 40 million Americans face eviction, Elon Musk has nearly tripled his wealth over the past four months and now has a net worth of more than $70 billion.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
While Amazon is denying paid sick leave, hazard pay and personal protective equipment to 450,000 of its workers, Jeff Bezos has increased his wealth by over $70 billion.
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While U.S. taxpayers are subsidizing the starvation wages at Walmart, our nation’s largest private employer, the Walton family has made over $20 billion during the pandemic and now has a net worth of over $200 billion.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Let me give you a few examples of the incredible growth in inequality that is taking place during this horrific pandemic.
Replying to @BernieSanders
While Amazon is denying paid sick leave, hazard pay and personal protective equipment to 450,000 of its workers, Jeff Bezos has increased his wealth by over $70 billion.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
In the midst of a president undermining democracy and moving us toward an authoritarian government, in the midst of all of that, we are seeing a massive increase in income and wealth inequality and the movement in this country toward oligarchy.
Replying to @BernieSanders
Let me give you a few examples of the incredible growth in inequality that is taking place during this horrific pandemic.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
In other words, in the midst of a pandemic, in the midst of an economic meltdown for working families, in the midst of a great struggle regarding systemic racism and police brutality, in the midst of the existential threat of climate change...
Replying to @BernieSanders
In the midst of a president undermining democracy and moving us toward an authoritarian government, in the midst of all of that, we are seeing a massive increase in income and wealth inequality and the movement in this country toward oligarchy.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
In all likelihood, in the midst of everything else, we are currently witnessing what is likely the greatest transfer of wealth from the middle class and the poor to the very rich in the modern history of this country.
Replying to @BernieSanders
In other words, in the midst of a pandemic, in the midst of an economic meltdown for working families, in the midst of a great struggle regarding systemic racism and police brutality, in the midst of the existential threat of climate change...
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Meanwhile, during the last four months, while the very, very rich have become much richer, American households have seen their wealth go down by $6.5 trillion.
Replying to @BernieSanders
In all likelihood, in the midst of everything else, we are currently witnessing what is likely the greatest transfer of wealth from the middle class and the poor to the very rich in the modern history of this country.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Let me repeat that. 467 billionaires have seen their wealth go up by over $730 billion during the pandemic.
Replying to @BernieSanders
Meanwhile, during the last four months, while the very, very rich have become much richer, American households have seen their wealth go down by $6.5 trillion.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
While over 30 million Americans have seen their $600 a week in unemployment benefits expire, emergency actions taken by the Federal Reserve to prop up the stock market have meant that 467 billionaires saw their wealth go up by over $730 billion since the pandemic began.
Replying to @BernieSanders
Let me repeat that. 467 billionaires have seen their wealth go up by over $730 billion during the pandemic.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
What I think many people do not fully understand is that not everyone is hurting in America. Not everyone needs the Senate to act.
Replying to @BernieSanders
While over 30 million Americans have seen their $600 a week in unemployment benefits expire, emergency actions taken by the Federal Reserve to prop up the stock market have meant that 467 billionaires saw their wealth go up by over $730 billion since the pandemic began.
 
I will be introducing legislation tomorrow to tax the obscene wealth gains billionaires have made during the public health crisis.
Replying to @BernieSanders
What I think many people do not fully understand is that not everyone is hurting in America. Not everyone needs the Senate to act.
 
I will be introducing legislation tomorrow to tax the obscene wealth gains billionaires have made during the public health crisis.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
From Medicare for All and a $15 minimum wage to a Green New Deal and college for all, we are lucky to have @AbrahamAiyash fighting for our agenda in Michigan. pic.twitter.com/NBu0ym95zS
Replying to @BernieSanders
.@RepRabhi’s big win means he will continue to lead the charge for the state’s universal health care bill and renewable energy plan in the Michigan House of Representatives. Congratulations all on your victories!
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Voters are demanding real criminal justice reform, and they proved it by propelling @kdmcdonald2020 to a huge victory over the incumbent prosecutor in Oakland County, Michigan. pic.twitter.com/RIfmzexLBN
Replying to @BernieSanders
From Medicare for All and a $15 minimum wage to a Green New Deal and college for all, we are lucky to have @AbrahamAiyash fighting for our agenda in Michigan.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
.@EliNSavit ran and won a progressive platform to take on the pharmaceutical industry’s greed and corruption, and to protect tenants and consumers when their rights are violated. pic.twitter.com/zbgcCQsqke
Replying to @BernieSanders
Voters are demanding real criminal justice reform, and they proved it by propelling @kdmcdonald2020 to a huge victory over the incumbent prosecutor in Oakland County, Michigan.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
The people of Missouri voted to expand Medicaid, saying clearly that nobody should go without health care. The grassroots movement to guarantee health care as a human right for all is growing.
Replying to @BernieSanders
.@EliNSavit ran and won a progressive platform to take on the pharmaceutical industry’s greed and corruption, and to protect tenants and consumers when their rights are violated.
 
Last night was full of incredible victories in our movement for a more progressive America.

In St. Louis, @votegardner2020’s re-election means she will continue to fight to hold police accountable and end mass incarceration. pic.twitter.com/x2EzyU7c6F
Replying to @BernieSanders
The people of Missouri voted to expand Medicaid, saying clearly that nobody should go without health care. The grassroots movement to guarantee health care as a human right for all is growing.
 
Last night was full of incredible victories in our movement for a more progressive America.

In St. Louis, @votegardner2020’s re-election means she will continue to fight to hold police accountable and end mass incarceration.
 
This is what a 21st Century Economic Bill of Rights is: The right to a decent paying job. The right to quality health care. The right to a complete education. The right to affordable housing. The right to a clean environment. The right to a secure retirement. Let's keep fighting.
 
TONIGHT: I’ll be joining @CoriBush, @RashidaTlaib and @JamaalBowmanNY to reflect on their historic victories and what’s next for our movement. Tune in at 8:00 PM ET.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
Don't let anyone fool you. The truth is, despite the opposition of powerful special interests, we are transforming American politics. The political revolution is gaining more and more support.
Replying to @BernieSanders
But we cannot stop now. If we keep fighting, we are going to transform this country in November. Onward.
 
In reply to @BernieSanders
All across this country, from coast to coast, people are standing up and fighting back — not only against Trump, but for an agenda that works for the working families of this country.
Replying to @BernieSanders
Don't let anyone fool you. The truth is, despite the opposition of powerful special interests, we are transforming American politics. The political revolution is gaining more and more support.
 
Progressives are on the move. Reps. @RashidaTlaib and @PramilaJayapal last night won landslide re-election victories, and @CoriBush scored an incredible upset win in Missouri. So what do these victories say about the current moment?
Replying to @BernieSanders
All across this country, from coast to coast, people are standing up and fighting back — not only against Trump, but for an agenda that works for the working families of this country.
 
Progressives are on the move. Reps. @RashidaTlaib and @PramilaJayapal last night won landslide re-election victories, and @CoriBush scored an incredible upset win in Missouri. So what do these victories say about the current moment?
 
Congratulations to @PramilaJayapal on her huge victory last night. She is a brilliant leader for Medicare for All, and has led the fight in standing up to Trump’s racism, sexism and xenophobia. We are lucky to have her in Congress.
 
Congratulations to @CoriBush. What a remarkable victory.
 
Congratulations @RashidaTlaib on your reelection victory! More than ever, America needs your leadership to take on the greed and corruption of the economic establishment.
 
Bernie Sanders Retweeted ·  
In reply to @RashidaTlaib
Thank you to every neighbor, community member, voter, volunteer, door-knocker, friend, staff, and family member. Thank you for believing in me and my team as we serve you. Thank you for showing up for each other and for this movement. The work continues. Onward.
 
Bernie Sanders Retweeted ·  
Headlines said I was the most vulnerable member of the Squad.

My community responded last night and said our Squad is big. It includes all who believe we must show up for each other and prioritize people over profits. It’s here to stay, and it’s only getting bigger.
 
Bernie Sanders Retweeted ·  
 
Congratulations to @CoriBush on her primary victory tonight! She is a true progressive who stands with working people and will take on the corporate elite of this country when she gets to Congress.
 
Bernie Sanders Retweeted ·  
Go vote! Happy primary day to everyone across Washington. Get your ballot postmarked TODAY or put it in a drop box location by 8:00 p.m. Make your voice heard!
 
Making sure that every American has a high-quality mask, and wears it, is an important step forward in combatting this horrific pandemic. Every day we delay providing masks for all, lives are needlessly lost. usatoday.com/story/opinion/…
 
 
Bernie Sanders Retweeted ·  
THIS. IS. IT!

We've talked to voters, we've built coalitions, we've oragnized our communiites, and now, the polls are OPEN!

If you need a ride to the polls text "RIDE" to 314-370-2929.

If you see any possible voter suppression call 1-866-OUR-VOTE.

#MO01, go vote💜
 
How surreal it is to have a president who supports conspiracy nuts, rejects science and attacks epidemiologists like Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx. Trump's "handling" of the pandemic has cost us tens of thousands of lives. For the health and safety of America, Trump must be defeated.
 
LIVE NOW: I'm joining @PplsAction to talk about why we need a huge voter turnout to defeat Donald Trump and transform our country so it works for all of us. pscp.tv/w/cfdRqDMyNzU3…
Bernie Sanders @BernieSanders
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In reply to @BernieSanders
9. Donald Trump is a religious bigot.
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10. Donald Trump is hostile to the LGBTQ community.
 
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8. Donald Trump is a sexist.
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9. Donald Trump is a religious bigot.
 
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7. Donald Trump is a xenophobe.
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8. Donald Trump is a sexist.
 
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6. Donald Trump is a racist.
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7. Donald Trump is a xenophobe.
 
 
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