A Fidel Castro fanboy has some thoughts on the “threat to democracy” (TM) posed by people who disagree with his politics of locking everyone who disagrees with him in a gulag.
“We live in a nation where you have a major political party, the Republican Party, where many, not all, but many of their leadership doesn’t even believe in democracy,” Sanders told CNN State of the Union host Dana Bash on Sunday. “They maintain the myth that Trump won the last election, they’re trying to keep people from voting, they’re trying to deny women the right to control their own bodies, so that’s a whole issue out there.”
It’s a whole issue alright.
How much control “over their own bodies” did women have in Cuba, China or the USSR?
Bernie Sanders had cheered the Castro regime’s policies and the Marxist Sandanistas in Nicaragua.
And what’s Bernie’s idea of democracy?
These aren’t just examples of ideological allegiance. Bernie favors implementing elements of Cuba and China’s policies in America.
And then the Communist turns around and accuses Republicans of not believing in democracy.
Bernie’s democracy is that of the various Communist dictatorships which were all ‘democratic’. Like the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea also known as North Korea.