Bernie Sanders Supporters Defend How He Always Wears A Top Hat And Monocle And Carries Around Bags With Dollar Signs On Them
Politics · Feb 21, 2020 ·

U.S. - Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has come under attack for hypocrisy. One common line of attack is that while he claims to be a socialist who is always looking out for the interests of the working man, Sanders is constantly seen wearing a top hat and monocle while carrying around canvas sacks with dollar signs on them. His supporters have been quick to defend him, though.

"The implication is that somehow him having a top hat and a monocle and him carrying around sacks with dollar signs on them while yelling, 'Get away from me, poors!' is inconsistent with him being a socialist," said Sanders supporter Neil Bishop, "but it's not. The fact is, you can buy a top hat, monocle, and canvas sacks for just a few hundred dollars. It doesn't mean anything."

Sanders campaign worker Harry Simon agreed. "Just because he's a socialist doesn't mean he can't wear a tall hat or walk around with gobs of cash in bags," Simon explained. "Also, for someone of his age at his salary, it's not uncommon to own a number of hats and maybe a monocle. And even if those bags are all filled with cash, it's only a million in there at most which, frankly, isn't that much money these days."

Sanders himself had no comment other than to light a cigar with a hundred dollar bill and hit a servant with his cane for making eye contact with him, two more actions his supporters were quick to point out weren't that unusual.


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