nearvideo John Hickenlooper mocks, Bernie Sanders, during a heated debate
Fox & Trends with Carley Shimkus.
DETROIT — sen Bernie Sanders wasted no time in trying to make use of, one of the most talked-about moments in the first of two back-to-back democratic presidential nomination debates in Detroit.
The right-wing populist independent senator from Vermont, spent much of the first 30 minutes of the discussion, the cooperation with other progressive standard-bearer Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts in defense of their “Medicare for all” proposals against violent attacks from many of their centrist rivals on the debate stage.
SANDERS, WARREN, YOUR BACK GROUND STAND, PUCH, AGAINST THE DEVASTATING ATTACKS ON MEDICARE-FOR-ALL
Right off the bat, Sanders responded succinctly to the charge from former Rep. John Delaney from Maryland, running on a government-run, single-payer health care system, to eliminate the private health insurance that would currently help approximately 150 million Americans, “get chosen Trump again.”
“You back are wrong,” Sanders shot.
Minutes later, Sanders pushed back at Rep. Tim Ryan from Ohio, who claimed that the senator from Vermont didn’t really know, “Medicare-for-all” would cover better than the current plans, the Americans would lose if the country moved to a single-payer system.
“I know. And I wrote the damn bill,” Sanders snapped.
Sanders’ response went viral, and his campaign quickly took action to send E-Mails to your massive list of supporters.
The campaign offered, to send to the donors who give any amount of money to your new “I Wrote the Damn Bill” sticker.
Fox News reached the Sanders campaign on Wednesday morning, but no word yet on how much they have raised, from their new pitch.