Wasn’t Bernie Sanders one of the senators telling Al Franken to resign?
And seriously, let’s not pretend Bernie understands or really cares about what due process is anyway …
"There needs to be a due process, there needs to be a differentiation… what we need in this country, this whole debate is bringing this up, we need a cultural revolution," @SenSanders on the #MeToo movement and Franken's resignation. #MTP
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) December 10, 2017
A cultural revolution? Hrm. Anyone remember when Bernie was writing about how women fantasize about rape?
Will it look like the culture he talks about in his "Man-and-Woman" essay, or more like Venezuela? #BernieSanders
— EmBee (@EmBeesWeb) December 10, 2017
Because if that’s his idea of a revolution, no thanks.
Democrat Senators, who are public servants, deserve due process.
College students, private citizens trying to get an education, don't. pic.twitter.com/aVk1xgunqR
— Mo Mo (@molratty) December 10, 2017
I mean, they are our betters after all
— Beaker (@PolyfoamPontiff) December 10, 2017
They’re just looking out for the little people, right?
Wait: Sanders is saying we need a “cultural revolution” to GET due process?
— Victor Cachat (@SocrateezNutz) December 10, 2017
Dude, don’t try and make sense of anything Sanders says. It will just hurt.
Crushingly ironic that the social justice-oriented left has only discovered the concept of due process when the person in the hot seat is white and a U.S. senator.
— neontaster ? (@neontaster) December 10, 2017
And someone they agree with politically, yes.
Why is anyone still listening to this babbling old fool?
— Ordy's handcrafted Yule log (@TheOpulentAmish) December 10, 2017
Because it’s 2017 and his turn … or something.