Tuesday, April 12, 2016

A Message to Compatriots from Wall Street

Bernie Sanders for President

Dear Compatriots,

    New York has enthusiastically welcomed Bernie back to his childhood home with open arms. 

Well, most of New York. 

There’s one very small part of the state that isn’t so excited to see him return.

Can you guess where?

An article titled "Jamie Dimon’s not-so-subtle warning for Bernie Sanders" welcomed our campaign to New York with this message from the Wall Street CEO: 
     "Jamie Dimon waved a placard at Bernie Sanders in his annual shareholders letter on Wednesday. It says, in effect: 'Don’t Bite the Hand That Feeds Us." 

Here’s the truth: from day one, Wall Street has contributed more than $21 million to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and super PACs, and they are going to do everything they can to stop us in New York.

 Because if we can win there, we’re going to win everywhere.

 The stakes are high in these next two weeks, and that’s why we have to ask:

In less than one year, our campaign has received more individual contributions than Barack Obama did during the entirety of his historic 2008 campaign — almost 7 million so far! But we cannot afford to stop now, and it is how we respond in this moment that could be the difference between victory and defeat for our political revolution.

 That’s why your contribution is so important.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016

Paid for by Bernie 2016
(not the billionaires)
PO Box 905 - Burlington VT 05402 United States - (855) 4-BERNIE
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