— paul hester (@Hester216P) August 9, 2016
Who says socialism sucks? Just look at how well it’s worked out for poster boy Bernie Sanders:
Bernie Sanders buys his third home for $600k https://t.co/OLFdrXSgls
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) August 9, 2016
More from Vermont’s Seven Days:
The Burlington resident last week plopped down nearly $600,000 on a lakefront camp in North Hero.
Sanders’ new crib has four bedrooms and 500 feet of Lake Champlain beachfront on the east side of the island — facing Vermont, not New York. The Bern will keep his home in Burlington and use the new camp seasonally.
The Sanders also own a row house on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and a house in Burlington’s New North End.
Well, well, well!
So Bernie has THREE houses. Hmm… https://t.co/HOU97CUQ7V
— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) August 9, 2016
Three’s a nice number.
Well one's his dacha so https://t.co/qjNSKHeJvq
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) August 9, 2016
But seriously, though. Hate to break it to you, Bernie, but you’re doing it wrong.
— Philip Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) August 9, 2016
L-M-A-O bernie just bought himself a $600,000 house how's your socialism
— ANDY (@sodopesofresh) August 9, 2016
Bernie Sanders understands the struggle of poor people. A $600k lake house is pretty standard, right? https://t.co/XaxUJ20Hpg
— Ally Taft (@AllyTaft) August 9, 2016
hahahahaha Bernie Sanders just bought a $600,000 lake house. truly a man of the people.
— chandler (@itschandlert) August 9, 2016
@sevendaysvt What a man of the people. True 99%er.
— Cunt Whisperer (@hausofdicarlo) August 9, 2016
— (((OkiePressSec))) (@okiephilosopher) August 9, 2016
— MrsGunshowloophole (@yesisaidheslazy) August 9, 2016
— Don'tBooVote (@OFSCOTUS) August 9, 2016
Six hundred thousand dollar summer house for the old socialist Bernie Sanders. Not bad, comrade.
— Roy Abrams (@RQA) August 9, 2016
I'm sure Bernie will let his supporters borrow his beach house occasionally in the name of wealth redistribution! https://t.co/lc0wy8QoqI
— Alex (@The_Real_AP) August 9, 2016
It’s only fair, right?