Bernie Sanders: Trump To Blame For My Supporters' Violence

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Mar. 13, 2016

In a press release issued yesterday, Bernie Sanders said Trump is to blame for his own supporters' violence in Chicago.
“As is the case virtually every day, Donald Trump is showing the American people that he is a pathological liar. Obviously, while I appreciate that we had supporters at Trump’s rally in Chicago, our campaign did not organize the protests.

“What caused the protests at Trump’s rally is a candidate that has promoted hatred and division against Latinos, Muslims, women, and people with disabilities, and his birther attacks against the legitimacy of President Obama.

“What caused the violence at Trump’s rally is a campaign whose words and actions have encouraged it on the part of his supporters. He recently said of a protester, ‘I want to punch him in the face.’ Another time Trump yearned for the old days when the protester would have been punched and “carried out on a stretcher.’ Then just a few days ago a female reporter apparently was assaulted by his campaign manager.

“When that is what the Trump campaign is doing, we should not be surprised that there is a response.

“What Donald Trump must do now is stop provoking violence and make it clear to his supporters that people who attend his rallies or protest should not be assaulted, should not be punched, should not be kicked. In America people have a right to attend a political rally without fear of physical harm.” [Emphasis added]
Trump's words and mere fantasies of violence caused Bernie's supporters to actually be violent.

This is Sander's response.

Trump said he "wants to punch" someone, therefor it's justified for us to actually punch people.

Is Bernie Sanders senile and therefor unable to tell the difference between fantasy and reality, or is he just a despicable liar?

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