As Twitchy reported Thursday, Bernie Sanders received a ringing endorsement from Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who has referred to the Vermont socialist as his “revolutionary friend.”
In the meantime, Reuters reports that a group of women gathered near the presidential palace in Caracas to join in a chant of, “We want food!” Why wouldn’t America want to emulate that sort of economic progress?
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 2, 2016
“Critics say Venezuela’s economic chaos is the consequence of failed socialist policies for the last 17 years, especially price and currency controls,” Reuters adds.
— Tïago Moller (@TimmyFats2) June 2, 2016
@Reuters Socialism in Action. Brazil is next.
— FreedomZone (@Freedomzone_) June 2, 2016
So, America isn’t next in line? That’s some relief.
Another socialist country. Bernie voters better pay attention. They think it's just free college, LMAO
— Chuck (@CWden75) June 2, 2016
@Reuters come to usa you'll get ebt health care education and usually a gun hidden in some bushes
— T. C. (@VITCBOY) June 2, 2016
Sanders doesn’t really want full-blown socialism in the United States, does he? He’d just like to see a little less income inequality, using Venezuela as a model.
— Seth Edenbaum (@ComradeVeidt) June 2, 2016