Senator Bernie Sanders publicly humiliated by supporters

Senator Bernie Sanders today got humiliated on twitter for using anti-gun rhetoric in his response to the recent synagogue shooting.

A 19-year-old gunman opened fire inside a synagogue near San Diego as worshippers celebrated the last day of a major Jewish holiday, killing a woman and wounding the rabbi and two others Saturday, authorities said.

The President of the United States of America President Donald Trump and other elected officials decried what they perceived to be an anti-Semitic attack exactly six months since 11 people were killed at a Pittsburgh synagogue in the deadliest assault on Jews in U.S. history.


There were indications an AR-type assault weapon might have malfunctioned after the gunman, identified as John Earnest, fired numerous rounds inside the Chabad of Poway, San Diego County Sheriff William Gore said.

Sanders was also slammed for his earlier assertion that people in prison should be allowed to vote

Below are few of the responses on social media calling out his hypocrisy



Sanders had earlier voiced his concern about voting rights for incarcerated people


The question was asked of him: “Would you support enfranchising incarcerated people like the Boston Marathon bomber or convicted rapists?”

The answer Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont gave was a straightforward: Yes.

“I think the right to vote is inherent to our democracy,” Mr. Sanders said during a town hall-style event on CNN this past week. “Yes, even for terrible people.”


It was a response that was definitely designed to pander to criminal justice advocates, and to appease the hearts of people of color, who feel they’re disproportionately incarcerated.


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