In 2016, about 216,000 Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin voters backed the Vermont senator in the spring and Trump in the fall, according to an analysis of exit polling — well over twice the president's total margin of victory in those states, which were critical to his electoral vote win in the face of a decisive popular vote loss.”
True, and it will happen again if Biden gets the nomination. If Biden gets nominated I won’t vote at all. For Biden or for Trump.
I’d rather see Trump re-elected than help install Biden as president, because that will energize Bernie supporters to keep working on real change for another four years. By the time 2024 rolls around voters will realize that the U.S. needs to join every other advanced country on earth and institute Medicare for all, lower prescription drug prices, put insurance companies out of business, eliminate the confessional-industrial-military complex, etc.
If every other advanced nation can manage free health care we can too. Why is a life saving drug like insulin priced 90% (or 100%) higher in the U.S. than it is in civilized countries.
As you know of course your brother Buzz had to move to Canada because the U.S. is so damned pro-corporate, pro-status-quo, pro 0.1%.
I don't agree with him whatsoever but respect and understand his opinion. I am coming to this thing from an environmental position, I don't think the planet can take four more years of Donald Trump's devastating policies.
And I can't see the revolution coming after his term either. More apt to finagle himself into a Putin style President for Life job.