End corporate greed – a bill from Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders just proposed a new bill that would END corporate greed.

This is AMAZING! We need to let Bernie know we have his back:

Sign your name to stand with Bernie >>


Bernie Sanders just made Wall Street EXTREMELY nervous.

We have a rigged tax code that has essentially legalized tax-dodging for large corporations. - Sen Bernie SandersHe proposed a brand new bill to OUTLAW corporate tax-dodging and make powerful billionaires and corporations finally pay their fair share of taxes.

WOW! This is a TREMENDOUS step forward in the fight to end corporate greed.

We need to let Bernie know he has our support:

Sign your name to support Bernie’s efforts to end Wall Street tax dodging >>

For far too long, the wealthy have taken advantage of major loopholes in our tax system, while middle class families struggle to put food on the table.

Even the President of the United States Donald Trump admitted to not paying taxes for 2 decades.

This is a direct AFFRONT to the American dream. It’s no wonder income inequality in the United States is even worse than that in China![1]

Bernie Sanders knows this is unfair. That’s why he’s taking a stand to end corporate gluttony and force corporations and billionaires to pay their fair share.

We need to let him know we have his back. Sign on and show your support for Bernie and help end corporate greed:


– BOLD Democrats

Author: connie dello buono

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