"We Attract Truly Radical People": Sanders Field Organizer Confesses Campaign Extremism

If you thought the Project Veritas sting of the Sanders campaign was over, then I’ve got both good news and bad news.

The good news is that we have more videos from the Sanders campaign proving that it’s filled to the brim with people who shouldn’t be trusted to run a lemonade stand, mainly out of fear that they’d burn it down and assault anyone nearby.

The bad news is that we have more videos from the Sanders campaign proving that it’s filled to the brim with people who shouldn’t be trusted to run a lemonade stand, mainly out of fear that they’d burn it down and assault anyone nearby.

As James O’Keefe released in a video on Twitter, a field organizer named Mason Baird is the next guy featured in the campaign sting. As you can see in this undercover video, Baird confirms that radicals are attracted to the Sanders campaign like flies to…you know.

“We attract truly radical people to the campaign. That’s obviously like, not outward-facing,” said Baird.

The second clip shows Baird goes into detail about the radicalism within the campaign, including anarchists and Marxists who have a mind for “direct action” outside of politics.

What does “direct action outside of politics” amount to?

We already know the answer to that thanks to a previous set of videos released by Project Veritas that show Sanders campaign organizer Kyle Jurek speaking candidly about what he’d like to see happen and what will happen should Sanders lose.

(READ: Project Veritas Releases Second Video Featuring Violent Sanders Staffer, Confirms More People Like Him in Campaign)

“You can’t abide people actively working against your f***ing revolution,” said Jurek in the video.

“You can give them a choice like, hey, you can join the revolution. You can not be a bootlicker. You could sit idly by and allow it to happen, but if you’re going to take up arms against the revolution, then you should expect a violent response,” he also said.

Jurek also made it clear that he wished for the return of gulags so that they could throw the rich into them to strip them of their privilege and that forcefully re-educating Americans to think like him is a solid idea.

Even without these radicals, the Sanders campaign comes stocked with radical ideas that revolve mostly around a socialist system. These systems have failed humanity time and again, and will always fail humanity, due in part to the fact that socialism and humanity do not mesh by nature.

Add these radicals willing to force it on the people by violent means and you have a powder keg of death and destruction waiting to go off.

As I discussed with Liz Wheeler on OANN’s Tipping Point, no matter how you slice it, death and destruction are what the Sanders campaign is ultimately leading to.

Brandon Morse
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