My only worry over Bernie Sanders is what he plans to do with Israel. While I understand the reasons for supporting Israel I'm not for supporting many of their decisions.
International Level: Junior Politician / Political Participation: 67 6.7%
Sanders to lay off staff, focus on California
Bernie Sanders announced yesterday that he would soon be laying off "Hundreds" of paid staffers to his presidential campaign and redirect his remaining resources to California. "We want to win as many delegates as we can," Sanders said. California's primary is June 7. Ref. Source 6l.
I don't think Bernie will beat Hillary although I won't mind if he would! I think Hillary has been doing more ground work to get her to where she wants to be but its politics so I can be proven to be wrong.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 24 2.4%
Bernie Sanders, the Non-Jewish Jew and Non-American American
If you want to understand Sen. Bernie Sanders, this is what you need to know: He is the quintessential modern identity-free man. He is a non-Jewish Jew and a non-American American. In Sanders’ speeches and interviews, there is virtually no mention of his being a Jew (Unless he’s asked about it), and — what’s truly amazing for an American presidential candidate — there are few mentions of America, except to lament American inequality, Wall Street corruption and other American evils. The term “non-Jewish Jew” is not mine. It is generally attributed to a… Ref. Source 7t.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton
The Democratic presidential candidate, speaking on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," says he will vote for his primaries opponent Hillary Clinton, an apparent acknowledgement that Clinton will win the party's nomination. Ref. USAToday.
He had to admit sooner or later plus if he wants any position in a Clinton led government then he must show his support. Sanders as Secretary of State may cause some ripples in the middle east.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 13 1.3%
Bernie Sanders formally endorsed presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, ending a contentious primary season.
"Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process, and I congratulate her for that," the Vermont senator said with Clinton standing by at a Portsmouth, New Hampshire, rally aimed at unifying the party.
"She will be the Democratic nominee for president. And I intend to do everything I can do make certain she will be the next president of the United States." Ref. CNN.
A pause from Bernard Sanders to share caption from days of old:
Today is: 4th June (GMT), in history on the 4th of June, 1954 AD the following event happened:
France grants Vietnam independence inside French Union