Talk Nation Radio: Norman Solomon on Bernie v Biden

Norman Solomon is cofounder and coordinator of as well as founder and director of the Institute for Public Accuracy. He is the author of a dozen books including War Made Easy and Made Love, Got War. He has written op-ed pieces for almost every large daily U.S. newspaper and appears often on a wide range of radio and TV outlets. We discuss the U.S. presidential election.

Total run time: 29:00
Host: David Swanson.
Producer: David Swanson.
Music by Duke Ellington.

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1 thought on “Talk Nation Radio: Norman Solomon on Bernie v Biden”

  1. This is bullshit. Yet another pseudo-progressive totally dismissing Tulsi Gabbard as a candidate, while talking about the raging battle Sanders is supposedly waging. Sanders is going to fold…again…and he’s going to give his full-throated support to whatever neoliberal the DNC ultimately chooses, be it Biden or someone yet to be put forth because…reasons. Sanders rode the coattails of OWS disenfranchisement in 2016 and sucked the life out of that movement just like he’s sucking the life out of all the Bernie-worshipping zealots out there who think he was the only politician who voted against the Iraq War. This loser doesn’t “fight.” He capitulates. You had your dream candidate in Gabbard, anti-war with the record of putting herself and her reputation on the line in order to speak truth to power and anti-nuke with a day one plan to address deescalating hostilities with both Russia and China. Rather than support her, you chose to hitch your wagon to Mr. Democratic Party; the guy who sang the Russiagate song at every opportunity and never met a whistleblower he didn’t want to prosecute. Thanks. Thanks a lot.

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