25 thoughts on “Detroit, USA autoworkers about Donald Trump

  1. “The great challenge that we face is whether the United States will become a vibrant democracy with a strong middle class or whether we slide into an oligarchy in which the economic and political life of the country is controlled by a handful of billionaire families.” – Bernie Sanders

    Linda, we are extraordinarily proud of the way we’ve funded this campaign: more than 4.8 million individual contributions from working people giving small amounts of money. But we have 12 important primaries and caucuses in the next two weeks, and we’ve set an important goal that I have to ask you to help us meet:

    Contribute $2.70 and help us reach 5 million individual contributions by Sunday night’s important debate in Michigan. If we get there, Bernie will tell the national audience from the debate stage.

    In this country we have a political system in which a handful of very wealthy people use their obscene wealth to buy politicians and elections.

    Many politicians in both parties are happy to take grotesque sums of money from billionaires who bankrupted the economy and who profit from the destruction of our environment, the outsourcing of jobs, and the high price of drugs that are killing Americans.

    Not Bernie. He doesn’t go around asking millionaires and billionaires for money. Our campaign doesn’t have a super PAC. This campaign is powered by millions of people coming together to transform a nation.

    Help us reach 5 million individual contributions by Sunday night’s debate. You can do that here:

    https://go.berniesanders.com/5-million

    Bernie doesn’t represent large corporations and he doesn’t want their money. Throughout American history, nothing significant happens in terms of social change unless a strong grassroots movement takes place. That’s what we’re building through our political revolution.

    In solidarity,

    Jeff Weaver
    Campaign Manager
    Bernie 2016

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