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Bernie warns Dems GOP will ‘march to victory’ in November without change

Bernie Sanders tells Democrats the GOP will ‘march to victory’ in November if they don’t change, says they can’t just say the ‘other side is worse’ and attacks Manchin and Sinema because they party ‘only 48 votes’ have given

  • Bernie Sanders urges Democrats to go broke in November’s election
  • He warns that the party’s Republicans will ‘march to victory’ in November without changes
  • He even suggested going after fellow Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema
  • “Say to the American people, ‘Look, we don’t have the votes to do it right now. We have two corporate Democrats who won’t be with us,” Sanders said

Bernie Sanders is urging Democrats to break through in the November election and even suggested blaming fellow Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for the Congressional stalemate.

“You really can’t win elections with a bumper sticker that reads, ‘Well, we can’t do much, but the other side is worse,'” he said. Politics in an interview.

He said that without any change in strategy, Republicans will win the House of Representatives and possibly the Senate.

“The Republicans have an excellent chance of taking control of the House and possibly the Senate,” Sanders said.

He had a warning to his party: Don’t just count on voters being mad at bread and butter Democratic issues like abortion — even if the Supreme Court rules Roe vs. Wade essentially destroys it.

If Democrats “think they’re going to march to victory on those issues, I don’t think that’s correct,” predicted Sanders, an independent senator from Vermont who conducts caucuses with Democrats.

Senator Bernie Sanders Assured Democratic Party Republicans Will 'March To Victory' In November With No Changes

Senator Bernie Sanders Assured Democratic Party Republicans Will ‘March To Victory’ In November With No Changes

And he advises Democratic leaders to blame West Virginia’s Manchin and Arizona’s Sinema, two moderate senators who refused to support the party line in a number of critical votes, including ending the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.

“Say to the American people, ‘Look, we don’t have the votes to do it right now. We have two corporate Democrats who will not be with us,” Sanders said, referring to the two.

“The leadership needs to go out and say we don’t have the votes right now to approve anything important. Sorry. You have 48 votes. And we need more to pass it on. That should be the message of this campaign.’

Sanders was still angry with the two senators — like many progressives — for not supporting President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better program of social welfare programs.

He was tough on both senators: ‘Two corporate Democrats, Senator Manchin and Senator Sinema, have sabotaged [Build Back Better]† And since then things have gone downhill for the Democratic Party.’

Manchin told Politics“I have never berated Senator Sanders for his socialist views. It’s a shame he refuses to accept the more moderate views I share with my constituents.’

Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin

Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona

Senator Bernie Sanders even suggested Democrats go after fellow Senators Joe Manchin (left) and Kyrsten Sinema (right)

Republicans have a strong preference for winning the House in November.

And Democratic concerns over the midterm elections have not been allayed after Tuesday night’s primaries.

In the dark blue state of California, which uses the “jungle” primary system to bring the top two voters to the general in each primary rather than one candidate from each party, some Democratic favors didn’t fare as well as hoped.

Voters recalled San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who criticized them for being too lenient on criminals.

In the race for mayor of Los Angeles, billionaire real estate developer Rick Caruso, a former Republican who ran as a Democrat, is going to a runoff election with Democratic Rep. Karen Bass.

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