Every month, a brand new package is delivered to America with the label “Fraudulent Doings of Bernie Sanders” (see HIDING SOMETHING? Socialist Bernie Sanders Neglects to Submit Financial Records… and The Fraudulent Scandals Bernie and Jane Sanders Are Trying to Keep Hidden…). But the left doesn’t care about the lies of a man as old as sediment. They just want to believe in fairies and empty promises of free university.
Now Bernie’s wife is being investigated by the FBI. But the lard bag of lies is an expert at playing the victim. While her husband likes to blame the rich, the Missus is blaming sexism. But first, get caught up on the fraudster. Here’s the run down:
Backed by six exhibits and a dozen documents, the four-page letter described how Jane Sanders had “orchestrated” the purchase of 33 acres along Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont’s largest city, where her husband had minted his populist political brand as mayor. The deal closed in 2010, when the senator’s wife was president of Burlington College, a tiny, obscure, nontraditional school that always seemed to be struggling for students and funds. The letter alleged that to secure a $10 million loan and execute her grand plan to expand the college, Jane Sanders had falsified and inflated nearly $2 million that she’d claimed donors had pledged to repay the loans.
Sanders had “successfully and intentionally engaged in a fraudulent scheme to actively conceal and misrepresent material facts from a federal financial institution,” the letter alleged. It pressed for a federal investigation into potential bank fraud.
The phrase “no comment” was invented for times such as these. But leave it to the Empress of Social Justice Whiners to make a statement almost as pathetic as the state of her face. Two words, Jane: wrinkle cream. Another two words: you’re an insufferable gas bag just like Bernie. Okay, that’s not two words. I employed “Bernie Math” there.
Here’s how Jane “fought back”:
“I find it incredibly sexist that basically he’s going after my husband by destroying my reputation, and that’s not OK,” Jane Sanders said in her first interview about the man responsible for an FBI probe that centers on her leadership at Burlington College, a small liberal arts school on Lake Champlain that she led from 2004 to 2011. The college closed last year as it struggled to pay its creditors and lost its accreditation.
Pro-tip to people like Jane who don’t want their reputation, or their husband’s reputation, ruined: don’t commit fraud.
Playing the victims is as familiar to the Sanders’ as Fraiser is to Kelsey Grammar. Do not mistake that analogy as a morality comparison between Kelsey and the Sanders clan. Kelsey is the bee’s knees who played the same role for over 10 years. The Sanders are the moral equivalents of two diseases mixed together in a petri dish who’ve tried acting as a cure for poverty. But once they’re exposed for the noxious little weeds they are, suddenly they’re the victims of a conspiracy. Or sexism. They’re probably crying about it in one of their three houses. But socialism is totally the answer.
Jane Sanders is a victim, yes. But not of sexism. She’s a victim of her own superiority complex, believing she’s above the law that others must follow. Rules for thee, not for me. Rather like her husband Bernie Sanders, who thinks the rich should “pay their fair share” but he should not.
Lock her up.
Co-written by Nichole Cooper and Courtney Kirchoff