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Bernie Sanders, the New Maximilien Robespierre

Marc Nozell

Chairman…..errr I mean Senator Bernie Sanders spoke at a rally this past week.

As always, his supporters went wild and insane for their God and Savior known as the “Democratic Socialist” Bernie Sanders. Some of his supporters went so far as to tattoo an image of the Vermont senator on their bodies, and as stated in my previous article, their father has forsaken them.

As the crowd went wild for him as he aid “we have got to defeat Donald Trump,” their attitude quickly changed when he went on to say “and we have got to elect Hilary Clinton and Tim Kaine!” The entire audience, full of his supporters turned on him in an instant and booed him down, according to the New York Times.

“WE WANT BERNIE” “WE WANT BERNIE”

Instead of chants for Hillary, these supporters began calling for him to run again. Polls show that recently Hillary Clinton has begun to drop in the polls, while Trump is on the rise; likely due to the recent DNC email leak and resignation of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Shultz.

New York Times, 7/29/16

New York Times, 7/29/16

Sanders fans are quickly coming to the realization that even their champion against the establishment remains loyal to the Democrats. Of course, you won’t hear the mass media report how he requested his own private jet from the DNC in return for party loyalty, Buzzfeed reported.

During the French Revolution, Maximilien Robespierre led a guillotine campaign against thousands of French citizens. In the end, he was ironically beheaded in the same way he took down his opponents. Though less bloody, Sanders seems to be heading towards the same fate. The revolution is loyal to no man, only to itself.

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About Mark Kahanding (15 Articles)
Mark Kahanding was born in Los Angeles on July 25, 1996. Mark started getting involved with politics with Young America's Foundation in August of 2015 and has been an active member since. He is the founder and current chairman of Young Americans for Freedom at CSULA. He hosted Ben Shapiro at CSULA on Feburary 25, 2016, causing a massive uproar and push back from leftists on campus from both students and faculty alike. When threatened by two leftists professors Melina Abdullah, found of Black Lives Matter and sociology professor Robert Weide, he continued to push conservative idealism and did not let the left hinder him. His event received nation wide attention exposing how regressive and far the left on campus has become.For his courageous and bold leadership, in just his first year with YAF, his chapter (CSULA Young Americans for Freedom) won the 2016 Chapter of the Year award. Mark has been interviewed by Brietbart, Alliance Defending Freedom and Young Americans for Freedom. He has also been on CSPAN He has been quoted on The Blaze, Daily Caller and College Fix. Mark has also been mentioned on USA Today, Daily Wire, Inside Higher Ed, Examiner, Breitbart and Red Alert Politics. Mark writes for American Watchman and The Rabble-Rouser. Prior to his activism in the conservative movement, Mark was heavily involved in arts and wanted to become a Broadway performer. During his freshman year of high school he was part of an all male hip hop dance team. He can also play the piano, trombone and violin. Mark studied classical opera during his years in high school. He has performed in Carnegie Hall, Disneyland and Disney Concert Hall. Mark has been in two musicals, Footloose and Phantom of the Opera.In his last year of high school at Herbert Hoover High School, he founded an all male choir and won 1st place at their first competition in Disneyland. Mark is currently attending CSULA and majoring in Finance and Economics he also attends UCLA and studying military science. After college Mark hopes to become an investment banker and a writer for many conservative blogs.

1 Comment on Bernie Sanders, the New Maximilien Robespierre

  1. Amir Kamrani // October 1, 2016 at 12:50 am // Reply

    Interesting article.

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