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Bernie Sanders says the Democratic Party has become the ‘party of the coastal elites’

Bernie Sanders denounces the Democratic Party for becoming the ‘party of the wealthy coastal elites’ and ignoring the working class for years

  • Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made the comments when he appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday
  • The host agreed with Sanders’ comments and asked what Biden could do to change that if he won in November
  • “I think for years the Democratic Party hasn’t paid attention to the working class needs that it should have,” Sanders said.
  • Sanders stressed the need for Democrats in Congress to ‘burst out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people’
  • Sanders has been working on a 100-day program to put the party in the right direction, especially if it gains control of the Senate

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) claimed on Thursday that the Democratic Party has become a “party of coastal elites,” stressing that they should start “bursting out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people.”

In an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers, Sanders criticized the party for derailing when it comes to meeting the needs of working-class people.

Seth Meyers seemed to agree, acknowledging that the party was away from the American working class, to which Sanders nodded in agreement.

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made the comments when he appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made the comments when he appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday

Meyers then asked Sanders what former Vice President Biden could do to “bring the Democratic Party back to serving the working people of this country” if he won the election.

I think it’s fair to say that in many ways the Democratic Party has become a party of the coastal elites, people with a lot of money, upper middle class people who are good people, who believe in social justice in many ways. respects, ‘said Sanders, Newsweek reports.

“But I think for many, many years the Democratic Party hasn’t paid attention to the working-class needs that it should have.”

Sanders stressed the need for Democrats in Congress to 'burst out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people'

Sanders stressed the need for Democrats in Congress to 'burst out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people'

Sanders stressed the need for Democrats in Congress to ‘burst out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people’

Sanders stressed the importance of passing a 'very substantial' coronavirus law similar to the law passed by Congress in March. Pelosi signs the March bill

Sanders stressed the importance of passing a 'very substantial' coronavirus law similar to the law passed by Congress in March. Pelosi signs the March bill

Sanders stressed the importance of passing a ‘very substantial’ coronavirus law similar to the law passed by Congress in March. Pelosi signs the March bill

Party demographics have shifted as more donors and companies fund campaigns, Sanders claimed. He went on to stress that Democrats in Congress must “burst out of the blocs in an effort to protect working people.” Sanders has been working on a 100-day program to put the party in the right direction, especially if it gains control of the Senate.

Sanders stressed the importance of passing a ‘very substantial’ coronavirus law similar to the law passed by Congress in March. According to the Vermont politician’s proposal, the weekly payment of $ 600 in addition to the state’s unemployment benefits would be extended and an additional $ 1,200 given to individuals and families.

Sanders also stressed the need for the government to provide health care to anyone who may have lost it and to provide assistance to cities so that they don’t have to give leave or fire workers.

The senator also expressed support for raising the minimum wage to at least $ 15 while making it easier for workers to join unions. He also advocated that women receive equal pay for their work compared to their male counterparts.

“If the Democratic Party is not determined for working families and has the courage to take on the pharmaceutical companies and the insurance companies and the big money interests, then shame them,” Sanders said.

Sanders has been working on a 100-day program to put the party in the right direction, especially if it gains control of the Senate

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