Bernie Sanders Loses it When Bloomberg Calls Him the ‘best Known Socialist’ Who ‘Happens to Be a Millionaire with Three Houses’

by Scott Morefield

Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders lost his cool Wednesday night when former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called him the “best known socialist” who “happens to be a millionaire with three houses.”

A fiery end to what had already been a contentious Democratic primary debate, which included the billionaire businessman for the first time, was sparked by NBC anchor Lester Holt’s question to Sanders about two-thirds of voters being “uncomfortable with a socialist candidate for president.”

After seeming to question the poll’s results by pointing out his frontrunner status for the Democratic nomination, Sanders called Bloomberg’s earlier use of the word “communism” a “cheap shot,” contending his policies were more akin to “what goes on in countries like Denmark.”

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Brazilian Senator Shot After Driving Bulldozer Into Military Police Protest

from RT

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Judge Takes Firm Approach Toward Roger Stone Ahead of Sentencing

by Brooke Singman
FOX News

GOP operative Roger Stone was sentenced to more than 3 years in prison on Thursday after days of drama ensnaring career prosecutors, the attorney general and the president over how severe Stone’s punishment should be for making false statements to investigators during the Trump-Russia probe.

Before announcing the sentence in a federal courtroom in Washington, the judge in the case, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson, took a firm stance toward the Republican operative, faulting him for the actions that led to the charges. She sentenced him to 40 months in prison.

“Mr. Stone lied,” Jackson said in court.

Stone chose not to speak when given the opportunity.

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John Newell: We Stand Near the Edge of the Precipice for a Terrific Move for Gold

from Palisade Radio

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George Soros Calls for Removal of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for ‘Helping Trump Get Re-Elected’

by Lucas Nolan

Billionaire George Soros has once again taken shots at Facebook, this time calling for the removal of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. According to Soros, Zuckerberg and Sandberg are “helping Trump get re-elected.”

The Daily Mail reports that leftist billionaire George Soros has called for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg to be removed from their positions at the company as he believes they are “helping Trump get re-elected” by refusing to fact check political ads.

In a letter to the Financial Times, Soros accused Zuckerberg and Sandberg of having a “mutual assistance agreement” with Trump that would “help him get re-elected.”

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Laura Ingraham Blasts Dr. Anthony Fauci on Coronavirus

from The Still Report

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Is Russia Doomed?

by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

Winston Churchill said that Russia was “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.” Having read two contrasting news reports of attitudes in Russia, I understand what Churchill meant.

General Valery Gerasimov, chairman of the Russian General Staff, has concluded from Washington’s many NATO intensified drills on Russia’s border that Washington and its NATO puppet states are preparing for a major conflict. In a briefing to foreign military attaches in Moscow, Gerasimov said that the increased number and scale of military exercises conducted by NATO members indicates that the alliance “is purposefully training its troops to be engaged in a major military conflict.”

The Kremlim’s spokesperson said that the Russian government trusts the opinion of General Gerasimov.

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Is There Any Place Safe Left to Live? | Joel Skousen

from Reluctant Preppers

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Celente – This Will Push the Price of Gold Even Higher

from King World News

With the price of gold surging to $1,620, the top trends forecaster in the world, Gerald Celente, said this will push the price of gold even higher. He also discussed the Coronavirus and the what China is really facing.

Coronavirus, Paralyzed China And A Gold Bull

February 20 (King World News) – Gerald Celente: China, the world’s second-largest economy, has been paralyzed for more than three weeks.

The country has been at a virtual standstill since the New Year holiday ended at the beginning of February. While now getting back to business, much of China’s industry has been shut down, people have steered clear of stores and restaurants, and travel has been sharply curtailed.

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Learning from Financial Storytelling with Ken McElroy

from Financial Survival Network

Rich Dad Advisor Ken McElroy recently wrote a new business novel today, “Return to Orchard Canyon.” As CEO of MC Companies with $1 billion in real estate investments and Bestselling Author of five books, his new book offers a non-conventional and clever way to get a financial education through powerful storytelling.

Publisher’s Weekly describes “Return to Orchard Canyon” this way, “Readers should find the simple financial lessons in this accessible and rather sweet book to be memorable and actionable.”

In the opening Ken explains, “Many people are lost financially. Finding your way starts by returning to your own Orchard Canyon.”

The three main fictional characters are based on very relatable people at different stages of life, who are searching for answers about money, careers and dreams. Through these unlikely teachers, readers learn ways to overcome modern-day challenges and find a life of happiness and freedom.

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Debunked: Obama’s Lies About Trump Economy | Louder with Crowder

from StevenCrowder

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Bloomberg Disses Sanders’ Socialism: ‘Other Countries Tried That. It Was Called Communism and it Just Didn’t Work.’

Bloomberg says “We’re not going to throw out capitalism”; Sanders isn’t so sure.

by Christian Britschgi

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had a rough debate tonight. It was made no easier by his defense of capitalism, which prompted audible boos from the audience and sharp rebukes from his more left-leaning opposition.

“It’s ridiculous,” said Bloomberg, criticizing Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I–Vt.) plan to require companies to give up to 20 percent of their stock to employees, who would also elect 45 percent of these companies’ boards. “We’re not going to throw out capitalism. We tried that. Other countries tried that. It was called communism and it just didn’t work.”

That last line prompted jeers and boos from the audience.

“Let’s talk about democratic socialism, not communism. That’s a cheap shot,” said Sanders. The Vermont senator said he preferred Scandanavian-style socialism, specifically mentioning Denmark as a model.

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Three Arrows and Grifter Politics: A Response

from Black Pigeon Speaks

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The Myth of Bernie Sanders’s Honesty

by Selwyn Duke
American Thinker

Love him or hate him, and avowed socialist Bernie Sanders does evoke extremes in feeling, even conservatives often credit him with being honest. They shouldn’t. Not only has the Vermont senator and presidential contender changed positions to capture today’s “woke” Democrat Party left flank, but there are three factors to be considered when assessing honesty, and Sanders fails in the most dangerous way possible.

Oh, he certainly possesses authentic passion. Sanders isn’t empty to the core, as an early Arkansas Democrat critic said of Bill Clinton; he’s not a full-fledged opportunist such as Queen of Mean Amy Klobuchar or Pistol Pete Buttigieg, whose Marxist father, unbelievably, was a founding member of the International Gramsci Society (you can’t make this stuff up!). Nonetheless, Sanders would certainly understand late comedian Lenny Bruce’s observation, “We’re all as honest as we can afford to be.”

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Coronavirus Infections Outside of China Are Growing Exponentially

from Peak Prosperity

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