Bernie Sanders just broke a big campaign promise that his followers were counting on.
He has a piece of information that could make his numbers drop like a rock.
Bernie Sanders has one huge secret that every American deserves to hear about.
Bernie Sanders hasn’t been as forthcoming with American voters as he claims he’ll be.
Back in 2016, while he said that he was going to release all his tax records, he only released one year, 2014, which coincidentally happened to be the year the socialist senator made the least money.
Bernie Sanders has come under fire for speaking out against the rich upper class when he himself is a millionaire with three houses, living the American dream.
He’s certainly been known to release selective information in order to put himself in the best light.
Bernie Sanders has backtracked on his campaign promise to release all of his medical records, saying that he’s released “quite as much as any other candidate.”
No other candidate has had a heart attack on the campaign trail.
The small bit of information the 78-year-old candidate did release showed that he had “modest heart muscle damage.”
How accurate an assessment that is of Bernie Sanders’ condition, it is impossible for voters to tell.
There is a definite chance that Bernie Sanders’ health is not capable of withstanding four years of being president.
Yet Bernie Sanders is taking any questions about his health as a personal attack.
His spokeswoman claimed that the questions were part of a smear campaign.
According to the Washington Examiner:
The issue of Sanders’s health came up on Tuesday night after the 78-year-old, self-proclaimed democratic socialist said he wouldn’t release his full medical records during a town hall on CNN. The following morning, Sanders’s national press secretary Briahna Joy Gray argued during an interview on the network that calls for Sanders to release additional medical records are unfair.
“I think that the American people deserve to know exactly as much as every other candidate has released in this race currently and historically,” she said. “And what you’re seeing right now is really reminiscent of some of the kind of smear, kind of skepticism campaigns that have been run against a lot of different candidates in the past. Questioning where they’re from, aspects of their lineage, et cetera, et cetera.”
Gray went on to claim that Sanders is the recipient of unfair treatment, saying that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has not faced similar questions despite having “suffered heart attacks in the past.”
Bloomberg hasn’t had a heart attack, he had two stents put in his heart twenty years ago.
It’s a little different than recently having a heart attack on the campaign trail and then going back on his promise; it’s not a smear campaign, it’s asking for information that he promised.
Bernie Sanders has a history of releasing limited data to his own advantage and heart disease is a risk factor for other illnesses like dementia.
Voters should know if they’re voting for a president that will have to be moved into a nursing home.