Bernie Wants A Vote To Put Trump On the Stand
Are you ready to See Donald Trump put on he stand. Anything else going on that you can’t stand. Let Bernie know.Tell Bernie what issues are important to you. Use this opinion survey and check of the boxes.
From time to time, we ask Bernie’s supporters to tell us the top three issues that matter to them. Doing so gives our campaign an important barometer into what our top supporters care about at any given time.
Today is one of those times. It’s so close to the Iowa caucus, so this will be the last time we check in about where you stand on the issues before voting really begins. We’re hoping for a LOT of responses.
Here is the first question:
Our campaign is driven by two things: the issues, and our supporters. So we really care about our supporters’ opinions on the issues. This is your opportunity to tell Bernie and our campaign what matters to you before Iowans head to the caucus.
Make your voice heard now by taking our survey:
Thanks for letting us know what matters to you.
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One week from today we close the books on the final FEC fundraising deadline before the Iowa caucus.
The political establishment and corporate media will all be wondering how much money we’ve raised and how many donations we’ve received. And we will tell them and you. Now what we are trying to do is even more important than that: and that is to build the kind of campaign that can win this primary and defeat Trump.
That requires considerable financial resources. And after this deadline hits, we’ll take stock of them and make a lot of important spending decisions. Decisions that will decide the fate of this campaign.
We are in a great position to win this race. The polls look good and our organization is strong. But the attacks we will face in the next week will be unprecedented. We have to be ready. And if you chip in to help, I know that we will be.
We smashed it out of the park and made 5 MILLION calls, can you guess what we’re doing next?
Can we send you this sticker, James?
We are one week away from our next FEC fundraising deadline, and just three days later comes the Iowa caucus.
Our campaign is in a very strong position to win in Iowa as well as the states that follow. And the corporate media is watching us very closely to see what our movement is capable of.
There has never been a more important time to show we’re in this together. That’s why we’re offering this sticker for a very limited time.
You can claim yours with a donation today:
As Bernie always says, this campaign is not about him. It’s about all of us. Together.
As long as we continue standing together, we are going to win. In solidarity.
You will not regret taking the time to watch this video.
– Team Bernie
“I have cast some lonely votes, fought some lonely fights, mounted some lonely campaigns. But I do not feel lonely now.” – Bernie Sanders
Bernie’s phone tree report
On Thursday night, Bernie Sanders supporters made 547,552 phone calls to voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina and Super Tuesday states with the most important question of the campaign:
Do you support Bernie Sanders for President?
And today, we need to make our next ask, but of you:
Taking the time to answer this question is a big deal for us especially as we plan our Get Out the Vote program in Michigan.
Tell us you’ll be voting for Bernie Sanders
Bernie Says Trump Should Take the Stand and Defense His foreign Policy
Donald Trump has lied to us time after time about the Ukraine scandal. in his tweets, in his rally speeches, and to the press.
If the American people are ever going to get a straight answer from him, our senators must put Trump on the stand and make him testify under oath as part of his impeachment trial.
If Trump is as innocent as he says he is, this shouldn’t pose any problem. In fact, he should welcome the opportunity to exonerate himself. But if he refuses, it’ll speak volumes about whether we can trust his defense.
Both President Nixon and President Clinton gave depositions around their impeachment inquiries. It’s now President Trump’s turn to speak to the American public — not on Twitter, not at one of his rallies, but under oath, with legal consequences on the line.
Trump has indicated that he “likes the idea” of testifying and would “strongly consider” it as part of his impeachment proceedings. But it’s up to Senate Democrats to call his bluff.
We deserve a fair, thorough impeachment trial that’s relentless in its pursuit of the truth. Multiple career public servants have already come forward to give sworn testimony about the president’s rampant abuse of power — now, it’s time to hear what Trump has to say about these accusations, under penalty of perjury.
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