Heroic working class 1 percenter Bernie Sanders continues to fight for working class Americans by...
1. Renaming post offices
2. Buying a third home
3. Going on his, "I hate capitalism, give my corporate masters moolah" tour of America.
And it's really paying off. So far the Bernie Sanders campaign has helped precisely zero people who aren't members of the Sanders grifter clan (despite media fake news about Bernie Sanders refusing to endorse his biological son, the Sanders campaign has been a gold mine for members of his wife's clan), but boy has it done wonders for the champagne socialist.
For the second year in a row, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ income topped seven figures.
Only in America. Or maybe Cuba.
A recent financial disclosure report shows the junior Vermont senatormade nearly $1.06 million in 2017. Most of his income — $885,767 — came from advances and royalties, according to the report filed in May.
The 2016 presidential bid catapulted him to national prominence and paved the way for lucrative public speaking and publishing opportunities.
But wealth hasn't changed Bernie. He still puts on his solid gold pants one leg at a time.
Jeff Weaver, the senator’s senior political adviser, said in an interview with VTDigger that questions about whether Sanders’ newfound wealth undermines his message about wealth inequality were “ridiculous.”
“That was a pretty funny question, Anne,” Weaver said. “Bernie Sanders continues to fight for working class people across this country so I think it’s a pretty ridiculous question.”
He does! Every day, Bernie Sanders is fighting so working class people like him can afford a third home and earn over a million a year advocating for socialism.