Bernie Sanders is the frontrunner for the Democrat nomination.
But there’s one big secret he’s hiding that could bring it crumbling down.
Bernie Sanders buried a smoking gun that could destroy his campaign.
Joe Biden has had to constantly answer questions about if his age disqualifies him from being president.
And with good reason, after all he has had several memory lapses and at times his judgment seems unsound.
Like when he called a voter a “lying dog-faced pony soldier” last Sunday.
Yet he should not be the only one answering these questions.
Bernie Sanders is even older than Joe Biden.
He’s 78 at the moment, would be 79 when he took office, if he’s elected, and would serve until he is 83.
The chance of Bernie Sanders developing a medical condition that would impair his ability to govern is not insignificant.
A third of people age 85 show some signs of dementia, and the risks go with heart disease and high blood pressure.
Bernie Sanders had a heart attack while on the campaign trail in October and spent three nights in the hospital.
It’s important for American voters to know whether he’s in good enough health to be fit physically to take on the job.
Bernie Sanders has always promised that he would release his medical records before the primary began.
But now Bernie Sanders has decided to go back on his word, according to The Daily Caller:
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday flip-flopped on his promise to release his medical records.
MSNBC host Chuck Todd played a clip of Sanders vowing to release his medical records “before the first votes are cast,” then pressed the Vermont senator on the broken pledge.
“The first votes have already been cast, you did not release your medical records, you released a few letters, nobody’s interviewed your doctors, you did have a heart attack apparently, shouldn’t voters see your medical records before super Tuesday?” the “Meet The Press” host asked.
Sanders dismissed the question, saying: “We have released as much documentation, I think, as any other candidate.”
“But no other candidate has had a heart attack,” Todd shot back.
“Well, look, yeah no other candidate is doing four or five events a day running all over this country,” Sanders replied.
After Todd pressed Sanders again, the senator said that “you can start releasing medical records and it never ends. We have released a substantial part of all of our medical records, we have doctors, cardiologists who are confirming I am in good health. I am in good health.”
Why should America trust Bernie Sanders’ word that he’s in good health?
If he was in perfect health, he wouldn’t worry about releasing his medical records to the public.
His lack of transparency about his health is troubling given his age and history.
It’s enough to disqualify him from being president, though his lifelong obsession with communism is even more dangerous for America.
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