Clownshack and IndyJones have it right, most everyone else in this thread has it wrong ...
And I'm pretty sure me and Clownshack disagree about Hillary, but that's all beside the point, which is okay.
Most importantly ...
A recent CNN poll shows that among potential Democratic candidates in Iowa caucuses Senator Bernie Sanders has the highest approval rating from people of color.
And the diversity of the Sanders-inspired left was on display at the Sanders Institute Gathering in Burlington Vermont earlier this month, which I covered on my podcast, The Katie Halper Show.
But empirical evidence has not stopped much of the corporate press -- including many "liberal" or "progressive" outlets and commentators -- from condemning the senator as having "a race problem."
Most politicians could "do better," when it comes to addressing and speaking about racial inequities, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and classism.
The duplicitous Bernie Bro smear
Former executive director of National Nurses United and of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee, Roseann DeMoro does not mince words when describing the dishonesty of the latter group.
"I was just talking to Susan Sarandon," she explains.
"We were all accused of being Bernie Bros. It's to delegitimize us. It's a lie. It's a duplicitous, ugly, malicious, horrendous, calculated lie. It's a calculated lie by the DNC. It's a PR campaign masquerading as politics."
There's a reason why Bernie is popular, though you wouldn't know it according to the political media hacks that bring us the political "news".