Yunzer is not lying. Its true whether you want to believe it or not. In the last 40 so years Bernie Sanders has voted along the Democratic party line 98% of the time. See article
From Trump to Sanders: The ‘Lesser-Evil’ Syndrome Strikes Again
by JEFF MACKLER
His stance on Israel and Palestine is no different than the majority of U.S. politicians - let Israel do what they want and when they want and say nothing of Israel's human right, United Nation violations because the American government is right up there with the Israeli government when it comes to murdering innocent civilians and then excusing by saying they were protecting themselves.
See excerpts from article Ramzy Baroud's article "Why We Must Transcend the Clinton-Sanders Debate: The Middle East in US Foreign Policy"
“Sanders supported Bill Clinton’s war on Serbia, voted for the 2001 Authorization Unilateral Military Force Against Terrorists (AUMF), which pretty much allowed Bush to wage war wherever he wanted (and) backed Obama’s Libyan debacle,” wrote Jeffery St. Clair. Aside from supporting the US’ current position on Syria, Sanders has “voted twice in support of regime change in Iraq,” including in 1998.
“It should be the policy of the United States to support efforts to remove the regime headed by Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq and to promote the emergence of a democratic government to replace that regime,” the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998 read.
On Israel, Sander’s legacy is very similar to that of current President, Barack Obama. He seemed to be relatively balanced (as ‘balanced’ as Americans officials can be) during his earlier days in various official capacities, a position that became more hawkish with time. It behooves those who argue that Sanders is the lesser of two evils to examine the legacy of President Obama, whose sympathy with the Palestinians was underscored by his friendship with the late Palestinian Professor Edward Said, and Professor Rashid al-Khalidi. The trappings and balances of power, however, led Obama to repeatedly grovel before the Israeli Lobby in Washington DC, and he has stalwartly backed Israel’s wars against Gaza. More Palestinians died at the hand of Israel during Obama’s terms than those killed during the administration of W. Bush, who was an adamant supporter of Israel. Still, the current administration is negotiating an increase in US funding of Israel to exceed, and by far, the current 3.7 billion dollar a year.
Finally, its the WALK not the TALK when it comes to politicians!
Excerpt from article Bernie Sanders’ Vision: As Myopic as Every Other Candidate or Not?
by RON JACOBS
Like Sanders’ campaign itself, this book is remarkably brief when it comes to discussing his ideas on foreign policy. We are presented with his votes against both US wars on Iraq, but no mention is made of the votes he made to provide financial support for those wars. Nothing is said about his vote for the invasion of Afghanistan or his opinion on that fiasco almost fourteen years later. We are reminded of his opposition to the US war in Vietnam and Central America, but nothing is said about his support for the overpriced and deadly F-35 bomber. His words decry Pentagon waste, but there are no statements demanding a drastic decrease in US spending on war and its weaponry. In related matters, his opposition to the PATRIOT Act and NSA surveillance is noted, but his support of the Big Brother agency known as the Department of Homeland Security is not even mentioned.
Any REAL change for the masses will not come from a candidate running in either the D or R parties.