What happens if a progressive candidate gets elected but corporate Democrats say no to legislation like Medicare for All and the Green New Deal?
Cenk Uygur, Brett Erlich, and Hasan Piker, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. MORE TYT: https://tyt.com/trial
"It was a quixotic bid from the start. Bernie Sanders was what Vermonters derisively call a “flatlander” – someone who moved to the state after growing up elsewhere, in this case New York City.
True, Mr. Sanders had quickly immersed himself in the rural and rustic ways of Vermont. He lived his early years in a converted maple sugarhouse with no running water. He bathed in a cold stream outside. The ritziest thing on his property was a new outhouse.
He had no political experience. Although he had run for the U.S. Senate on the little-known Liberty Union Party ticket in 1972, he garnered only 2% of the vote. Four years later, he would run for governor, capturing a reed-thin 6% of the vote."