Bernie Claims ‘Human Solidarity’ Is The Only Way To Defeat Trump, Crenshaw Levels Him: “That’s Socialism, Not ‘Solidarity'”

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On Thursday, Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders suggested “human solidarity” is the “only way” he can “defeat Trump” in 2020.

He then gave three examples of how his supporters can help “fight” during the process.

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“If you have health insurance, I’m asking you to fight for those who don’t,” Bernie tweeted. “If you’re native-born, I’m asking you to fight for the undocumented.”

“If you can afford an education, I’m asking you to fight for those who can’t,” he added. “The only way we defeat Trump is with human solidarity.”

Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) leveled Bernie after seeing his tweet and translated what Bernie actually meant in his remarks. See Below

Cresnshaw replied to Bernie: “Translation: If you have private insurance, you’ll be forced into socialized health care.”

“If you immigrate to the US legally, you’ll be cut in line by those who don’t,” he continued. “If you work hard and pay for college, you’ll be paying the debt of others.”

“That’s socialism, not ‘solidarity’,” Rep. Crenshaw declared. See Below

Rep. Crenshaw Responds To Bernie Sanders