Coronavirus makes the case for Bernie self-evident

Sen. Bernie Sanders takes the podium at a rally in San Jose, CA (Σ / CC BY-SA)

The Democratic primary has been full of whiplash-inducing turns, and the coronavirus outbreak just might set the stage for another. It’s a wildcard that promises to affect the election in ways that no one can predict. Donald Trump’s bungling of the crisis has left him vulnerable. A little over a month ago, his approval rating was at an all-time high and he could boast that he presided over a booming…

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Journalist and activist. Founder and co-chair of DivestSPD. Bylines at SPLC, The Baffler, GEN, USA Today. Follow on Twitter: @justwardoctrine, @DivestSPD

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Justin Ward

Justin Ward

Journalist and activist. Founder and co-chair of DivestSPD. Bylines at SPLC, The Baffler, GEN, USA Today. Follow on Twitter: @justwardoctrine, @DivestSPD

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