Editor and Founder of Nuestra América Magazine
Bernie Sanders is leading the campaign to get the Democratic nomination.
Contrary to the idea that even being independent, campaigning under the banner of the Democratic Party (DNC).
But it is still far or near to call victory.Sanders has four fronts, one, to get the acceptance of the American people, two, to get the support of the DNC, third to bit Donald Trump, and fourth point, to counterattack president’s Trump tactics to label Sanders as a communist, as the empire, in the twentieth century, accused all US enemies worldwide.Sanders is not the typical candidate to be supportive of the capitalist system of exploitation against the working-class people and minorities.
Perhaps that his success, his popularity, since his socialist democratic message attracts a new generation of voters and of course minority citizens, such as Latinos. Demographic or ethnic groups are already tired of having one as President, one of the most racist and corrupt persons who is surrendering to the corporate, capitalist and imperialist interests of this nation. A president who fires disloyal people and appoints those loyalists to him in key positions.
That was how he won his political trial for abuse of power and having lied to Congress.The DNC has campaigning several candidates, who all have the common denominator of wanting to defeat Trump, but I think, they have no will to transform the country, as Sanders likes to do. The other candidates, I think, want more of the same, but under a Democratic baton in the White House.Sanders has distanced himself from the capitalist powers, from the Jewish and oil lords influence that prevails in Washington.
Sanders is the candidate of the youth, the minorities and the working class. And this bothers not only the DNC but also the powerful Republican capitalists. Sanders must calculate the steps he is taking to avoid losing the nomination for the overwhelming support he is receiving from the American people.