The Fraudulent Scandals Bernie and Jane Sanders Are Trying to Keep Hidden...
We're all at least a little familiar with Jane Sanders by now. She's the woman who gazed upon Bernie Sanders disheveled hair, incessant mouth spittle, angry tirades and said "that's the man for me." Then, he put a ring on it. A fairytale if there ever was one.
Not only is she his mate, but she takes care of his taxes (see Nothing to Hide? Jane Sanders LIES About Releasing Tax Returns...). In case you missed it: the issue of the Sanderses tax returns is one that has been shrouded in mystery. That tends to happen when people are lying crap weasels. Which perfectly sums up Jane's attitude about releasing their tax returns for the public to view. Not only did Mrs. Sanders choose not to make them publicly available, she lied to everyone and said had made them available. You're just an idiot for not noticing.
We've spent a lot of time on Bernie Sanders here. Mainly because he's running for president, but also because he's garnered a lot of support from government teet-sucking losers. Read Dear 'Men' Who Vote Bernie Sanders: You're Not Men At All... But Mrs. Jane Sanders is her own person, with her own separate set of lies and mistakes.
One of which has to do with her time as the president of Burlington College. Catholic parishioners are accusing her of being a fraudulent fiend during her tenure. But hey, at least one of the Sanderses can say they've been president of something.
Apparently Jane was more than willing to stretch the truth to get her way.
When Jane O'Meara Sanders served as president of Burlington College between 2004 and 2011, she oversaw an aggressive effort to enroll more students and expand the campus to accommodate a bigger student body. Part of that plan: Taking out hefty loans to finance the $10 million purchase of 32 acres of prime property from the Roman Catholic diocese at the end of 2011.
But Burlington College soon found itself unable to make its loan payments. The Roman Catholic diocese ultimately lost between $1.5 million and $2 million... Parishioners now say that to secure loans to buy the land, Ms. Sanders misrepresented the amount that had been pledged to the college in its fundraising push.
Hmm. "Misinterpreted" is the term used here when referring to Jane Sanders' mathematics conundrum. Sound familiar? Jane managed to weasel her way into getting what she wanted (a hefty loan) even though she couldn't afford it (probably by millions). Maybe that's where Bernie learned his fuzzy math.
And just as the college began to struggle making payments... Jane peaced out with her severance package in hand.
Convenient timing for her. What does it say about her leadership skills? At least that she jumps ship when things start getting unpleasant. So her survival and self preservation instincts are pretty spot on.
What makes it even worse is that she created the shifty situation in the first place. She's the one who aimed the cannon at the bow of her own ship, lit the fuse, hopped in a life-boat and rowed away
cackling laughing. She also managed to stash some treasure of her own in the life-boat. What does that say about her character?
The school? They were left with quite a problem. Jane Sanders? Now she hopes to occupy the White House. Her husband is prepared to spend a crap ton of your money to buy votes. I mean... do I need to keep listing reasons here? If you're not at least getting a teensy bit worried about Mr. and Mrs. Sandersclause, then maybe you should read this thing again.
Sure, this fraud case didn't happen in 2016. But five or six years ago is not a long time. Bernie Sanders probably wants to be your president for the next four to eight years. Imagine all the shenanigans Jane can get into in that time.