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Twitter limits the amount of characters someone can use in a tweet. For some, that is probably a good thing. It limits the amount of ridiculousness one person can promote in on push of a button.


Take for instance Sen. Bernie Sanders. The socialist Democrat who is near the top of just about every presidential poll for the Party tweeted out his support of allowing felons to vote.

“If we are serious about calling ourselves a democracy, we must firmly establish that the right to vote is an inalienable and universal principle that applies to all American citizens 18 years and older. Period.”

In about 212 characters, one of the leading contenders for President of the United States called America a democracy and revealed the hypocrisy in calling the right to vote “inalienable” while refusing to recognize the right to life as such.

Best of luck in 2020, Bernie.

Author: Jacob Hall

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