Bernie’s Secret Was Just Exposed, and He’s Spitting Mad

Bernie Sanders wants to move into the White House.

But it turns out he’s already got three houses of his own. How many houses do you need, Bernie? (To paraphrase a statement he made two years ago.)

Sanders will be running for president on a platform of radical socialism and wealth-redistribution, just as he did in 2016.

As Fox News reported:

Sanders has pitched himself as a grassroots economic populist, focusing on income inequality and higher taxes for the rich.

“Our campaign is about transforming our country and creating a government based on the principles of economic, social, racial and environmental justice,” he said.

But, as many are already aware, Bernie isn’t exactly an average Joe. In fact, he’s kind of in the 1% that he and other socialist-wannabes so love to rant against.

Over the past several years, Bernie has earned over $1 million annually (to say nothing of how much his wife rakes in) and is the owner of three pricey houses.

Makes his 2017 tirade against billionaires sound just a little more hypocritical:

To be sure, Bernie Sanders is FAR from being among the richest Democrats in Congress.

Still, he’s got a LOT more than your average American could ever hope of having. So, if he’s claiming to be leading a revolution to do away with excess in our nation, you might think Bernie should lead by example and eliminate the excess in his own life.

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