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Bernie’s latest progressive proclamation reeks of 2020 desperation

Bernie went THERE.

It’s no secret that Bernie Sanders has some wild ideas about what America should become.

As an avowed democratic socialist, Sanders’ fiscal policies clearly aren’t resonating with much of America, save for the radical youth demographic whose short attentions spans have already forgotten about Bernie’s lake houses, or the fact that he is, in fact, one of the millionaires that he’s always ranting about.

Now, as he finds himself mired in the minutia of yet another bumbling presidential campaign, Bernie has taken to announcing some of his even zanier policy ideas, such as allowing convicted felons to vote while they are still incarcerated.  That would include convicted terrorists, such as the Boston Marathon bomber.

His latest admission may not be as viscerally upsetting, but it’s still as wacky as ever – and it comes after the democratic establishment’s hysteria over the results of the 2016 election.

Presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made another call to abolish the Electoral College in a tweet Friday afternoon to his 9.4 million Twitter followers.

Sanders took to Twitter Friday afternoon and wrote “Abolish the Electoral College” in response to an NBC News analysis that theorized that President Trump could win the presidential election in 2020 and lose the popular vote by five million.

In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016, the movement to abolish the electoral college has been gaining momentum among democrats and some independents.

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