The Sanders team has denied repeating Biden's story as Biden's supporter says the former vice president is "ready to kill Bernie"
Joe Biden's inner circle members are becoming more convinced that Bernie Sanders' campaign is behind at least one of the explosive charges of physical misconduct recently against the former vice president – and, in the words of one of the famous supporters, Biden is now "ready to kill Bernie."
In an article on Friday, former Nevada governor Lucy Flores blames Biden for inappropriate sexual behavior during a 2014 campaign, saying Biden's plant [ed] a big slow kiss on
Flores approved Sanders on the Facebook mail in 2016, served on Sanders-oriented board of the "Our Revolution" group, and publicly conducted a campaign on his behalf
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And, in a dramatic moment, a source from the Democratic Party openly told The Daily Beast on Tuesday that Biden believes the story, followed by another similar account by a Connecticut woman, "comes out of the world of Bernie." 1
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But Sanders campaign manager Faiz Shakir categorically denied any suggestion that the Senator's team or its allies are behind Flores' history, and directed Fox News to an earlier statement on the issue. "Neither the campaign of Bernie Sanders nor anyone else involved in it, planted, planned, convincing, convincing or otherwise called Lucy Flores or someone else to tell their story. Full stop, period, end of sentence. I do not want to hear it. "We did not play a role," Shakir said.
"But that's why my blood is boiling," he added. "We have heard through insinuations and rumors that in some way this campaign is about Lucy Flores telling her story, and it is deeply disrespectful and shameful that every time a woman comes to tell her story there must be some kind of hint or suggestion that
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Shakir continued: "We went through Donald Trump's campaign in which a number of women went out to tell their stories and they were rejected and criticized and torn by the president of the United States at the highest floor We saw it with Dr. Christine Blaise Ford that it should be Diane Feinstein's factory. "It is unjustifiable and disrespectful that when a woman comes, the first assumption is that there must be a political program to guide them "In his own fiery statement on Monday, Biden's spokesman denied the accusations made against a vice president, saying that many Biden pictures were misinterpreted – even according to some women who appeared in them – while others were brazen "blobs and fake".
But the spokesman, Bill Rousseau, specifically criticized the "right wing trolls" and left no hint, he refers to Sanders.
In response, Chamber President Nancy Pelosi signaled that Biden's questions are not disqualifying – even when she offers some unwelcome advice on how to avoid being in any other "inappropriate" situation.
"Just pretend you got cold," Pelosi said at a political event Tuesday morning. "I'm a club member with a straight arrow, I just pretend to be cold and cold, join the club with a straight hand."
The episode was not Sanders for the first time. The team publicly engages with other Democrats. Earlier this year, Sanders' best adviser named Hillary Clinton's team as "the biggest holes in US politics," saying neither Clinton nor its staff are "nice people."
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