— E. Stevenson (@magisterstevens) January 2, 2016
Maybe Bernie Sanders can get himself elected to the U.S. Senate so he can get in a position to change the unjust “system” he finds a lot of fault with:
We have a system that treats too many citizens who have not committed crimes like criminals. That's a reality that must change.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) January 2, 2016
By “citizens” is Sanders referring to people in the U.S. illegally? If so, nice try:
@SenSanders A crime being any action that defies civil law? Who is being treated like a criminal that hasn't committed a crime?
— Bill Morini (@BMoriniSYR) January 2, 2016
@SenSanders You want to be top cop and you don't comprehend that breaking a law makes you a criminal?
— Christopher Taylor (@KestrelArts) January 2, 2016
@SenSanders It also bends over backwards to treat criminals like royalty. I hope that part will change too.
— Thor Mathiason (@MathiasonPrj) January 2, 2016
There was some agreement with Sanders, just not the kind Bernie would want to hear:
@SenSanders kind of like how Democrats want to ban non-felons on the no fly list from having guns?
— Matthew Main (@MatthewMain) January 2, 2016
@SenSanders Like gun owners?
— Matt Armbruster (@matt1502) January 2, 2016
Like legal gun owners! https://t.co/BMFXkIHmSt
— RUReadingthis♦♣♠♥ (@deemike1983) January 2, 2016
Absolutely agree! Gun-owners! Christian bakers! Home-schoolers! https://t.co/ELpCTsxOCz
— Nied's Dead Horse (@mflynny) January 2, 2016
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) January 2, 2016
— Hi My Name Is: (@Gregory__Adams) January 2, 2016
And you have helped construct an abominable tax code & enforcement agency that does precisely that. https://t.co/hBwK6LEMoR
— David (@Lionthrax) January 2, 2016
Here’s a good idea:
We have a system that treats
politicians who Have committed crimes like they're immune.
THAT reality must change. https://t.co/u25m87scee
— greybeard (@greybeard411) January 2, 2016