Arick Wierson, who is pushing the billionaire’s presidential bid, devoted himself in 2018 to softening the image of Brazil’s extreme-right leader, reports Ben Norton.
Tag: Bernie Sanders
Propagandists Cry About Bernie’s Online Base Because It’s Effective
Since oligarchs can’t replicate grass-roots energy, they attack it, says Caitlin Johnstone.
The Myth Of Incompetence: DNC Scandals Are A Feature, Not A Bug
The system for Democratic Party elites isn’t broken, says Caitlin Johnstone. It’s working exactly the way it’s intended to work. It ain’t a bug, it’s a feature.
DNC Loses Public Trust in Primary Process on Very First Day
It doesn’t actually matter anymore who really won Iowa at this point; the damage is already done, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Buttigieg Backer Top Funder of Group Behind Iowa’s Disastrous Voting App
A dark money operation funded by billionaires is behind the app that delayed Iowa’s voting results, Max Blumenthal reports.
Interview: Obama Russia Adviser on Cold War Liberals
Natylie Baldwin asks James Carden about foreign policy views at the U.S. State Department and inside the Democratic Party, including the Bernie Sanders campaign.
#CNNIsTrash Trends as Pushback Grows Against Oligarchic Election Meddling
Angry Berners have been rightly decrying the despicable manipulations of CNN, says Caitlin Johnstone.
Wealth Identity Politics: Billionaires Acting Like a Persecuted Minority
Believing that it makes sense to have an elite class which controls this much wealth and power is as stupid as believing in an absolute monarchy, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Israel’s Ban on Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar Backfires
Trump and Netanyahu thought they were pulling a fast one on two U.S. congresswomen, but it has blown up in their faces, as Marjorie Cohn explains.
A Guide for the Perplexed Progressive in 2020 is 2016
Only Bernie and Tulsi walked the walk in 2016, says John V. Walsh.