What!? Bernie Sanders caught stealing neighbor’s newspaper!

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders must be falling on hard times – because he’s alleged been helping himself to free handouts.

With his wife’s FBI investigation for bank fraud heating up, the senator has apparently resorted to stealing his neighbor’s subscription of the Washington Post.

Yes, you read that right.

Sanders is taking his socialist values to the extreme, and decided his neighbor should share his Washington Post wealth.

According to political radio commentator, Chris Plante, Sanders has been taking the newspaper out of his next-door neighbor’s yard without him knowing!

Plante tells a story he heard that involves Sanders’ neighbor calling the Washington Post and complaining about not receiving the Sunday paper for several weeks.

The newspaper contacted the local delivery boy who reportedly sees “an older man with gray hair, balding, and little round glasses” immediately come and grab the paper on Sunday mornings.

The now confused man says, ““I’m in my 50s, and I’ve got a full head of dark hair…”

The kicker?

“…But, my neighbor is Bernie Sanders,” the man claims.

So, it looks like Bernie is enforcing his Socialist agenda on the public whether they want it or not!

The Sanders’ seemingly cannot afford to buy their own subscription of the newspaper (perhaps due to Jane’s mismanagement of funds?), so they are turning this man’s private property into social wealth.

This is all coming from the guy who, according to FoxNews, was once kicked out of a commune for refusing to do any work!

Does this confirm that Socialists are lazy freeloaders?


“He’s redistributing his neighbor’s Washington Post” like a true Socialist, laughed Plante.

Despite his failed presidential campaign in 2016, an associate of Sanders announced on Monday that Bernie has been considering a 2020 presidential run.

Listen to the broadcast below (the story starts around the 1:14:00 mark) :


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