Cuba’s Communist Leadership Thanks Bernie for Recognizing Cuba’s “Progress” on Education

We knew that it would not take for communist nations to start rallying behind Bernie Sanders and sure enough, Cuba has already stepped up to the plate. Cuba’s official Communist Party newspaper stands in solidarity with the Democratic candidate. The article that was published even thanked Bernie for being willing to promote Marxist propaganda.

The Castro regime can struggle for good press, as you might expect. They will take their victories wherever they can get them. The regime’s track record on medicine and health received praise from Sanders, so they felt compelled to acknowledge him. We cannot begin to imagine the spin job that the Democrats will have on this one.

The Bernie Sanders’ campaign’s latest endorsement is definitely one that will have everyone talking. We cannot believe that it has been allowed to get to this point. How bad do things have to get before people realize that Bernie is courting a very dangerous audience? It is getting absolutely ridiculous.

When you are receiving thank you notes from a regime that is as brutal as the Marx regime, it is time to take a serious look in the mirror and realize how bad things are getting. Bernie is probably not going to be willing to do that but the rest of us have to acknowledge reality.

This is especially true now that the Democrats are willing to bury their heads in the sand. While they are definitely doing everything in their power to make sure that he does not receive the nomination, they never should have allowed him to get this far in the first place. The snowball is already rolling down the hill and it is only a matter of time before innocent people are crushed beneath it.

We knew that the Democratic party was in serious trouble but we never thought that they would actually become Marxist revolutionaries. That was a bridge too far. Times change, though. Everyone has to grapple with the fact that this party has officially gone off the deep end.

The newspaper even referred to him as one of the strongest candidates that the Democratic party currently has at their disposal. How cute is that? They are even willing to lie to Bernie to make him feel good. Sanders’ comments during a recent 60 Minutes appearance were the impetus for the article.

(Translation:)

US Senator Bernie Sanders, today one of the strongest candidates for the nomination of the Democratic Party for the November presidential elections, recognized the role of Cuba in sending doctors worldwide.

“It would be a mistake not to declare in Cuba that they have made some good advances in health care,” the 78-year-old politician admitted in an interview granted to the 60 Minutes program of the CBS network and broadcast this Sunday.

«They are sending doctors all over the world. They have made some progress in education, ”said the Vermont senator who aspires to face Republican Donald Trump in the November 3 presidential elections.

It turns out that the presenter Anderson Cooper asked the current candidate for the nomination of the blue force to explain his comments of 1985, when he praised some of the social programs implemented by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro.

According to a video clip from more than 30 years ago, the senator said at the time that Fidel Castro “educated the children, gave them medical attention, totally transformed society.”

Although he made it clear that his “socialism” is not that of Venezuela or Cuba and stressed that the type of society in which he believes is in which he exists in countries such as Denmark, Finland and Sweden, the legislator said that it is “unfair to say simply that everything is wrong »on the island.

«When Fidel Castro came to office, do you know what he did? I had a massive literacy program, ”Sanders emphasized, referring to the cultural revolution that allowed in just one year (in 1961) to eradicate illiteracy and facilitate universal access to different levels of education for free in the Caribbean country.

In his opinion, “it would be a mistake” if we did not take the time to acknowledge the advancements that Cuba has made when it comes to healthcare. They are sending doctors all over the world, after all. Of course, he leaves out the part where all of the doctors are fleeing the country because they are unable to earn a decent wage.

Why would you ever let facts get in the way of a silly narrative? That is not what Bernie does. He simply says whatever comes to mind and lets the chips fall where they may. Anderson Cooper even pressed Bernie on what he had to say and the results were predictable. As it turns out, Bernie has been praising Cuba for decades now.

He has comments of this nature that date all the way back to 1985! A video clip has been unearthed of Bernie praising Castro and how he has helped the children of Cuba. The sad thing is that this will probably not hurt his candidacy with the insane leftists who are continuing to support him.

Sanders has the audacity to act as if the socialism that he is backing is any different from the socialism that is currently taking place in these types of locations. News flash, Bernie, you cannot be a halfway socialist. You either need to commit to the bit fully or admit that you are just saying things in order to get votes from the more gullible leftists out there.

Liberals and Marxists are basically one and the same. We are glad that the rest of the world finally sees this and is willing to do something about it. Hopefully, the media will continue to press Bernie about these types of comments. It is high time that he had to answer for the nonsense that he has spent his whole political career spewing.

We don’t understand how Bernie thinks that he can continue to get away with this type of rhetoric. The Democratic party should have been more proactive about keeping him from being able to amass an audience. Now, there are a bunch of myopic leftists who are hanging on his every word because they believe that they are going to get free healthcare out of the deal. It’s a very sad state of affairs.

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