While Hillary Clinton believes Wall Street is too rich in campaign contributions and speaking fees to fail, Bernie Sanders believes the 99 percent is too big to fail.
While Hillary continues to take money from rich special interests, such as Big Oil, Big Banks, and other tools of the 1 percent in their war against the middle class, Bernie Sanders takes campaign money only from the American people, and the average contribution is $27. Sanders also sells merchandise to help fund his campaign.
In order to fool Democratic voters, Hillary’s campaign has lurched to the center, which is Sanders country. While Sanders has been fighting for the American people, all of them, not just the rich ones, Hillary has been busy supporting legislation that redistributes income from the 99 to the 1 percent, such as the Trans Pacific Partnership, which is a massive income redistribution scam that will rob the middle class to give to the rich. See https://johnhively.wordpress.com/2016/02/12/the-trans-pacific-partnership-the-op-ed-the-liberal-and-conservative-corporate-media-doesnt-want-you-to-see/
Hillary formerly sat on the board of Walmart. Now she merely takes their hundreds of thousands of dollars. See https://johnhively.wordpress.com/2016/03/04/bernie-sanders-on-the-biggest-welfare-recipients-in-us-history-and-guess-who-those-welfare-scammers-gave-over-300000-to-in-a-single-campaign-contrubution/
By the way, Bernie is closing the gap on Hillary in a new poll. He’s down by 12, which is a lot better than being down by 50, like he was last week.
In the video above, Rosario Dawson outlines key differences between a real candidate and Hillary, Wall Street’s darling.