REPORT: Bernie Sanders releases ‘scorn’ list in effort to boost his campaign

JULY 10, 2019

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Bernie Sanders has secured only three endorsements from fellow members of Congress for his 2020 Democratic presidential bid. But it’s anti-endorsements the socialist Vermont senator seems most proud of.

The Sanders campaign on Wednesday published a list of business leaders and other prominent figures who have condemned his policies and vehemently oppose his White House bid.

The article goes on to state the following:

“We can propose all the ideas and plans we want, but nothing will fundamentally change until we have the guts to take on the most powerful corporate interests in America,” Sanders wrote on his campaign site Wednesday. “That is why I am proud to announce the modern-day oligarchs who oppose our movement.”

“While Sanders is proud to have earned the scorn of billionaires and CEOs, he is also proud to have the support of progressive leaders across the country,” his campaign said in a statement.

The “anti-endorsement” list includes Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, CEO of Disney Bob Iger, Goldman Sachs partner Leon Cooperman, and Home Depot co-founder Kenneth Langone.

“It should come as no surprise that corporate CEOs and billionaires have united against our movement,” Sanders tweeted. “These people have a vested interest in preserving the status quo so they can continue to exploit working people across America. We welcome their hatred.”

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