Bernie bros got played for a second time.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has sold out once again, officially endorsing corporate establishment stooge Joe Biden for president on Monday.
Former Vice President Biden, who has supported the worst policies from a progressive point of view throughout his decades as a career politician in the Senate, is now the presumptive nominee for the Democrats to face off against President Donald Trump in November. Sanders has effectively surrendered and kissed the ring of Biden days after suspending his presidential campaign.
“We’ve got to make Trump a one-term president and we need you in the White House,” Sanders said to Biden in a video address between the two men. “So I will do all that I can to see that that happens, Joe, and I know there is an enormous responsibility on your shoulders right now, uhh, and, uhh, it’s imperative that all of us work together to do what has to be done.”
“I have been very pleased that your staff and my staff have been working together over the last several weeks for coming up with a number of task forces. These are task forces that will look at some of the most important issues facing this country,” Sanders said of the pointless busy work that his supporters are working on that will ultimately have no impact on the Biden campaign whatsoever.
Sanders can be seen groveling to Biden here:
Last time Sanders sold out his supporters and endorsed an establishment presidential candidate in 2016, he cashed out with a new beach house and became a millionaire as a result.
Politico did an expose on the secrets of Sanders’ millions last year, as he has turned his socialist raving into a lucrative controlled-opposition racket:
In the wake of his 2016 presidential run, the most lucrative thing he’s ever done, the 77-year-old self-described democratic socialist is a three-home-owning millionaire with a net worth approaching at least $2 million, taking into account his publicly outlined assets and liabilities along with the real estate he owns outright. In a strict, bottom-line sense, Sanders has become one of those rich people against whom he has so unrelentingly railed. The champion of the underclass and castigator of “the 1 percent” has found himself in the socioeconomic penthouse of his rhetorical boogeymen…
At the top of a surging real estate market in 2007, with his congressional salary at $165,200, Sanders bought a row home in Washington for $489,000, adding to the condo and house on Killarney and quietly climbing some financial stair steps when far fewer people were paying him any attention…
In 2015, Sanders had that credit card debt and two mortgages that ranged from $250,001 to $500,000, according to his Senate financial disclosure of that year. In 2016, the credit card debt was gone, and one of those mortgages had been halved. By 2018, only one of the mortgages remained; that January, records show, he paid off what was left of the $312,275 mortgage he had on his main house in Vermont…
In 2016, though, book money began to pile up. He got a $795,000 advance to write Our Revolution. He pocketed an additional $70,484 in royalties. In 2017, the book royalties added up to $880,091.14. And last year, while they dipped, they still were a hunk of money: $392,810.37.
The Sanders’ tax returns, too, tell the tale: From 2015 to 2018, their total income went from $240,622 to $1,073,333 to $1,150,891 to $566,421.
Sanders’ career has been steeped in hypocrisy, and his supporters have felt the burn for a second time with their fraudulent leader surrendering yet again to the Democrat establishment.