Bernie Sanders’ announcement that he’s suspending his 2020 presidential campaign pummeled the news cycle Thursday morning, with hot takes sprouting up all over the internet—and Zoom call alerts to celebrate popping up for former Hillary Clinton staffers, apparently. BuzzFeed News reports “dozens” of former Clinton staffers from her 2016 presidentialRead More →

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is suspending his bid to become the 2020 Democratic nominee for president, according to numerous reports. #BREAKING: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is suspending his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. — NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) April 8, 2020 #BREAKING: @BernieSanders suspends presidential campaign. More: https://t.co/75rlyWN7ky pic.twitter.com/wR65RPwCCn —Read More →

As Twitchy told you earlier, Bernie Sanders was hospitalized for an arterial blockage. Thankfully, he seems to be doing better now, as you can clearly see: Thanks for all the well wishes. I'm feeling good. I'm fortunate to have good health care and great doctors and nurses helping me toRead More →

Another day, another promise of a payoff from presidential candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders: Exclusive: Bernie Sanders is set to announce today a new plan that proposes wiping out an estimated $81 billion in Americans' existing medical debt. It calls for negotiating and canceling the debts, without specifying a preciseRead More →

Ah, Medicare for All, the thing socialist Democrats say will give everyone everything but actually won’t give everyone everything because some of the everyones are going to end up paying for the rest of the everyones to have everything. Former Chicago mayor and Obama White House chief of staff RahmRead More →

As Twitchy told you yesterday, Megan McArdle took the Washington Post’s fact check of Bernie Sanders’ claim that “500,000 people go bankrupt every year because they cannot pay their outrageous medical bills” and ran with it, further taking Sanders’ claim apart. Evidently that didn’t sit well with The Week national correspondentRead More →