Bernie Sanders Shocks Crowd With Comment On Trump And Pittsburgh Shooting


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In the immediate hours after a “white supremacist” gunman opened fire in a Pittsburgh Synagogue, blame for the atrocity pretty much was placed on President Donald Trump’s shoulders for the incident. (That and the availability of the AR-15) Mainstream media talking heads, politicians, and Americans caught in the echo chamber where these people speak all attacked the president, his communication style, and his campaign rallies, even if the man has never hinted that Americans should fight the other side with anything other than telling the truth and voting.

One prominent name on the left, however, refuses to follow the ways of his fellow travelers. Senator Bernie Sanders flat out says he will not blame President Trump for the actions of a lone gunman.

“I’m not going to sit here and blame the president” for the actions of the Pittsburgh gunman, the senator said….

Sanders was quick to decry the shooter. Hours after the shooting, Sanders said on the Senate floor: “Violence of any kind is unacceptable in our society and I condemn this action in the strongest possible terms.”

Bernie might well be sympathetic toward the president on this issue as one of his supporters opened fire on his Republican colleagues in the summer of 2017 while they were practicing for a friendly Democrat vs. Republican baseball game, nearly killing Rep. Steve Scalise, House Minority Whip, in the process. No one blamed Mr. Sanders, an honest pacifist, for that event. It was simply not his fault that a supporter got it in his head to go out and shoot Republican lawmakers.

Just like it is not Donald Trump’s rhetoric or campaign rally schedule that triggered a crazy person in Pittsburgh to walk into a place of worship and just killing people. Bernie gets it. This is common ground, and that admission needs to be celebrated for the common sense it is.


  1. Actually, Bernie is right about 98% of the time. If Republicans would pay attention, they could learn what the voters actually care about by listening to Bernie.

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