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Bernie Sanders stuns establishment with Fox News town hall success


Added 04-16-19 03:37:02pm EST - “US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders appeared on Fox News for an hour-long town hall special on Monday night ?" and much to the shock and surprise of Fox and other media, the democratic socialist not only survived, but thrived.” - Rt.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “Bernie Sanders stuns establishment with Fox News town hall success”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Sanders ventured where his Democratic rivals haven’t yet been brave enough to go — and in the process managed to clobber the Fox hosts on their own turf, while delivering a message that the live studio audience seemed to lap up.

Hosts Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum were likely expecting to dish up an hour of socialism-bashing to Fox’s mainly Trump-supporting audience, but the pair were sorely disappointed when their tactics backfired and inadvertently proved that Sanders’ own brand of populism is indeed very … popular.

Watching this @BernieSanders Fox News townhall. Brett Baier and Martha McCallum have been so deep in Republican propaganda for so long that they no longer know up from down.

I’m so happy Bernie Sanders did a town hall on Fox News. He spread an inclusive left wing message to an audience that is almost always shielded from left ideas https://t.co/mCiANdBRFY

The revelation appeared to come as a surprise not only to the Fox hosts, but to establishment Democrats, who are growing increasingly antsy about Sanders’ momentum and seem unable to accept his popularity. Just one day post-Fox town hall, a new report detailed how Democratic figures were “agonizing” over how to put a stop to his gallop — an odd use of time for a party claiming it desperately wants to beat Donald Trump in 2020.

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