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This diabolical plan for the diminution of Americans isn't restricted to Bastard Bernie; he is joined by the other democrat neo-socialists like Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, and Kirstin Gillibrand. They call their politics by various names in an attempt to convolute and conceal the simplistic socialism that drives their agenda. Don't get lost in the words they use; just look at what they are plotting. They advocate for increased taxation, redistribution, and government control over your life. Bernie Sander's bill "Medicare for All" was co-sponsored by these con-artists, and their control effort would cost you an estimated $32 trillion. Nice people.
On the other hand, because Democrats are clawing at well walls, trying to find a way out of the deep loss to Donald Trump. They need more bodies, more votes. It's a bid to stay in power. Aside from attempting to entice illegals with free healthcare, they are also attempting to give illegals the right to vote, followed by attempting to change the American voting system to be a rule by majority, which they would easily get if illegals can vote for the hand that feeds them. It's all about power, about control. It's about eroding America and capitalism.
Sanctuary Cities Welcome Illegal Aliens with ‘Open Arms’ While 38K American Veterans Remain Homeless
PHONY “POPULIST” BERNIE SANDERS
For all of Bernie Sanders talk about leading “political revolution” against the “billionaire class,” Sanders backed Clinton, a shill of Wall Street and the Pentagon, who has nothing but contempt for the tens of millions of workers devastated by the 2008 financial crash and Obama’s pro-corporate policies.
MILLIONAIRE PHONY SOCIALISM BERNIE’S LA RAZA SOCIALISM to keep the “cheap” labor flowing into our jobs
Bernie supports immigration reform that will address the legal status of the 11 million undocumented people (EXCEPT THERE ARE 40 MILLION ILLEGALS HERE ALREADY) in our country, protect American jobs by way of visa reform, secure the border, and protect undocumented workers from labor exploitation.
The website states that Sanders supports a pathway to citizenship for all people who are in the United States illegally, the Dream Act, “Visa reform” and border security “without building a fence.”
Sanders also voted for the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill in 2013 that would have given amnesty to all of the people in the United States illegally.
According to the Federation for American Immigration Reform’s 2017 report, illegal immigrants, and their children, cost American taxpayers a net $116 billion annually -- roughly $7,000 per alien annually. While high, this number is not an outlier: a recent study by the Heritage Foundation found that low-skilled immigrants (including those here illegally) cost Americans trillions over the course of their lifetimes, and a study from the National Economics Editorial found that illegal immigration costs America over $140 billion annually. As it stands, illegal immigrants are a massive burden on American taxpayers.
BERNIE SANDERS MAKES DIRECT APPEAL TO RUST BELT MIDDLE-AMERICA… but fails to tell them he wants amnesty for 40 million looting Mexicans so they can bring up the rest of their families and vote Democrat for more.
AMERICA'S ROAD TO REVOLUTION
"This dangerous power vacuum has fueled frustration and created an entirely new breed of disenfranchised voters who are fed up with the status quo. These are real people, their anger is palpable, and it’s not going away anytime soon."
Why Do Young People Find Socialism So Attractive?
To anyone over the age of 40, the growing appeal of socialist policies within the younger generations can be confusing. To us, this nation's capitalist system has provided the highest standard of living the world has ever seen, while "socialism" repeatedly leads to totalitarian governments like China and the USSR and destroys once prosperous nations like Venezuela. One must wonder if our younger generations live in the same world as we do. Do they not see the same things we see?
The answer to these questions is a resounding no. The younger generations are growing up in a nation and a world vastly different from the ones in which Americans over the age of 40 were raised. What they see is therefore filtered through an equally offset lens.
People over the age of 40 saw their parents and grandparents work stable jobs for the entirety of their careers — often with a single parent earning enough to support an entire family. They saw their parents pay into Social Security, and then those same parents drew on those funds upon retirement. Their parents had college degrees without debt. They could access health care without concern that it would bankrupt them. They trusted the safety and competence of the public education system. They trusted elected officials to be honest and to obey the laws of the offices given to them. If their parents failed economically, there was a familial and religious culture that could combine with government programs to help them.
American children today have largely seen the opposite. American workers are routinely replaced by imported foreign workers and by outsourcing to foreign lands. Immigrants and illegal aliens massively drive down labor costs, requiring both parents to work to sustain an ever shrinking family. Everyone pays into Social Security, but no one under the age of thirty believes that it will remain in place for him to draw from when needed. The cost of college is unsustainable. No one trusts elected officials. Everyone feels that a single injury or illness will destroy his finances for decades. For many of us, it feels as if the prevailing sentiment of the now multicultural society is to cheer for our economic failure.
The America of today is starkly divided into two groups: a group that already accesses America as a socialist entity and a group that pays for that system but has no access to it.
For the first group, America is already a largely socialist government. Members draw their subsistence from government welfare programs and can receive as much as $1,000 a month for simply not committing crimes. Health care is largely subsidized or simply free, as the recipients either have no money or cannot be traced due to their lack of registration with the government. Food and housing are often subsidized as well, through federal or state programs. They are also given preference in access to education and access to programs to offset the cost of that education. Many of them who receive those benefits are citizens of other nations residing here illegally, but they still receive both the preferential access and offset costs denied to citizens and even veterans.
For the second group, they and their parents have paid into this system through taxes for their entire lives, yet they have seen few, if any, of the benefits to that payment. They are on no government programs. While violent illegal aliens are protected from prosecution, members of this second group receive harsh punishment for even minor nonviolent offenses. Any injury results in massive costs, and they are always fighting to keep jobs with shrinking wages and no security.
To members of this second group, the implementation of government policies that promise them at least a minimal return on the payments they are making into that system is a relief. This is how the younger generation of Americans view a "socialist" model, and this is why they see potential in it.
To young Americans, a system that promises minimal access to equality with other classes living in the U.S. is preferable to a capitalist model that robs them of all funds, all options, and all dignity while providing benefits only to other groups. Access to a terrible health care system is still better than one that will bankrupt you if you touch it. Access to a low-quality but free university system may still be preferable to one that is inaccessible due to race and will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars if you are given the ability to attend. The guarantee of a poorly funded safety net is still better than one that isn't there at all.
The younger generation of Americans do not fear a totalitarian state, where they pay into a system in which the benefits can be accessed only by those with government influence, because younger Americans are already living in that state. The only difference is that those who are receiving the benefit of their labor are not some elite class of rulers from among their own people, but rather those who have the political and cultural power to redirect that wealth. This is namely a migrant class that has become the dominant force in American politics as well as other groups that have been able to establish power to give themselves legal preferences in education, contracting, and protections.
To pull the younger generation back from the lure of "socialism," we must demonstrate both that the rule of law still applies within the U.S. and reassert equality under the law — without delay and without exception. The government must also provide a minimal level of care and benefits for those who pay into the system without allowing threats of violence to pull those resources to citizens of other nations or to be used disproportionately on those who rely solely on those benefits for generations without efforts to rise above those benefits.
In short, the government must cease working for others and once again work for its citizens and stop calling that "socialism."