Bernie Sanders Throws Tantrum on MSNBC. Is the Far-Left Losing Grip?

The far-left wing of the Democratic Party is becoming more vocal and aggressive in their attempts to undermine more traditional liberal members. This was made evident during a recent interview between MSNBC host Jen Psaki and self-identified socialist Senator Bernie Sanders.

Surprisingly, Sanders did not feel at home on the liberal-leaning MSNBC, as Psaki failed to show sufficient outrage about the many issues facing the country. Sanders’ new book, “It’s OK to Be Angry About Capitalism,” was the topic of the interview, yet Psaki was not interested in kissing up to him.

Sanders’ socialist and communist agenda was challenged by Psaki, leading to a meltdown from the Senator. He struggled to let go of his socialist ideals, demanding to know why the media wasn’t talking more about his priorities.

Psaki tried to shift the conversation to other issues, such as Biden’s nominee for Labor Secretary, but Sanders would not let the subject go. It’s a prime example of why the far-left is not palatable to most voters. They cannot get out of their own way and are mainly made up of wealthy, white, college-educated urbanites.

Sanders’ behavior is not doing any favors for his movement, and it’s becoming increasingly unlikely that he will be able to win any national election with his limited voter appeal. It’s only a matter of time before these far-left extremists fizzle out, and the traditional Democratic establishment resumes control.

Written by Staff Reports

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