Sanders Accuses Trump of Buying Off Swing States

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The radical left continues to show that not even coronavirus will block them from partisan, petty politics.
While President Trump works overtime to stop this virus and provide relief to communities in need, Democrats are completely focused on vilifying every move Trump makes. Moreover, only a minority of leftists have shown a willingness to temporarily put politics aside, and work in a bipartisan way towards ending coronavirus.

The latest left-winger to seize COVID-19 as a chance to gain political wins is socialist 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders. On Friday, the longshot presidential candidate stated that Trump’s decision to send coronavirus aid to states across America is akin to him attempting to buy votes, as documented by Washington Examiner.

Sanders on Trump and Coronavirus Relief

At this point, Sanders’ decision to remain in the 2020 presidential election is just absurd. It’s so absurd that even certain Democrats have called him out, rightly stating that Sanders has no chance at winning the nomination.

On Friday, however, the Vermont senator maintained his candidacy and unfounded attacks against President Trump. Sanders opined that Trump’s decision to send coronavirus relief aid to battleground states is “literally beyond comprehension.”
While the socialist particularized typical swing states like Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, and others, he declined to mention that battleground states are not the only states to get aid from the president.

The Bigger Picture

Sanders’ decision to baselessly accuse Trump of buying off voters is precisely why the socialist will never become president. At a time where millions of Americans are out of work, likening relief aid to election buy-offs couldn’t be any less appropriate.

2020 marks Sanders’ second unsuccessful attempt at seeking the White House. The Democrat establishment didn’t want him in 2016 and they don’t want him now. Joe Biden has already expressed that he’s done enough debates with Sanders and is now fielding vice presidential running mates. At this point, the only path forward for Sanders is the suspension of his presidential campaign.
Do you think President Trump is buying off swing states or rightfully sending COVID-19 aid to communities that need it? How much longer will Bernie Sanders remain in the race before dropping out? Let us know in the comments section below!