Following a shooting at a California synagogue that left a person dead and three others injured, Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders encouraged everyone to work to eradicate hatred and bigotry while (of course) grabbing guns.
Another horrific shooting at a place of worship, today at the Poway Synagogue in San Diego County. We must work every day to eradicate all forms of hatred and bigotry, and take serious action to protect Americans from gun violence.
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) April 27, 2019
Earlier this week, Sen. Sanders announced that as president, he would be in favor of allowing convicted felons to vote while in prison.
Bernie Sanders’ plan to increase voter turnout: Let the Boston Marathon bomber vote from prison https://t.co/xTrUmKcOTA
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 23, 2019
And he even doubled-down on it by saying it isn’t a radical idea.
'Not a radical idea'? Bernie Sanders doubles down on giving violent prisoners the right to vote https://t.co/yHTxUIkGX6
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 24, 2019
Which means Bernie believes that whoever is found to be guilty of this synagogue shooting should still have the right to vote.
— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) April 28, 2019
Bernie believes the antisemitic shooter terrorist should have a right to vote. https://t.co/si42TgXmRx
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) April 28, 2019
Does he have the right to vote? https://t.co/924g01fZdq
— Mark Kennedy ???? (@RealMarkKennedy) April 28, 2019
You forgot this part;
The deranged killer will be able to vote once you become president. https://t.co/TPS4ZGWfOA
— Middle Name's James (@doradopescado) April 28, 2019
A good start would be not letting the shooters vote. Just saying, old man. https://t.co/deTjnulD0i
— Ginny Fidler ? (@KathyMschotschi) April 28, 2019
This begs the question: Would Sanders ask for the murderer’s vote?