“There is a lot of racism in this country. There is a lot of sexism, a lot of homophobia,” he said. “I don’t have to explain to anybody here the racist background of Mr. Trump … I don’t have to tell anybody here about the slurs, the awful things he has said about Mexicans … Muslim people … and obviously … his attitude towards women.”
Sanders urged his audience to unite in order to resist bigotry.
“When we bring millions of people together, here in the wealthiest country in the history of the world, when we do that, there is nothing we cannot accomplish,” he said, acknowledging cheers of affirmation from the audience.
Sanders highlighted the plight of the middle class in America, a problem he frequently spoke about on the campaign trail.
“For 40 years, the middle class of this country has been in decline,” he said. “You see enormous pain and confusion as to why the people on top make huge amounts of money, while the middle class continues to shrink, and 43 million Americans live in poverty.” — The Daily Free Press (Boston University)
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Sanders on Fascism and Party Unity
Sunday, October 21, 2016, Boston, Massachusetts: