This is what happens when you write anything remotely critical of Senator Sanders

As bad as Bernie Sanders is, his supporters are always much much worse:

Daily Beast reporter Scott Bixby tweeted a video of his text inbox on Monday night: an endless scroll of messages from anonymous numbers that, by 10 p.m., totaled more than 4,000. None of the texts shared by Bixby were personalized; rather they appeared to be spam invitations to various iPhone apps.  
It’s likely that Bixby’s phone number was leaked and used to sign up for similar services over and over, resulting in the flood. That evening, Bixby had published a story exposing the private Twitter account of Ben Mora, a regional field director for Bernie Sanders’s campaign. Per Bixby’s story, Mora used the account, which reportedly has several thousand followers, to attack Sanders’s Democratic opponents. 
Apparently this type of troll is one reporters who cover Sanders have experienced before. “So weird that the exact same thing happened to me the other night after writing a story that Sanders supporters decided they didn’t like,” tweeted the Atlantic’s Edward-Isaac Dovere. Journalist Andrew Feinberg, a White House correspondent for Breakfast Media, replied to Dovere’s tweet saying “ditto,” adding later, “This is what happens when you write anything remotely critical of Senator Sanders.” 
In a phone interview, Feinberg told me that after he wrote about Sanders surrogates suggesting foul play in the Iowa caucus debacle, he received messages similar to those sent to Bixby. “I wasn’t sure what the hell was going on,” he said. “I got weird texts asking me to change passwords and stuff…confirming services that I hadn’t signed up for. [It] went on for a couple days after that story.”

Like Trump supporters, Sanders supporters cannot tolerate any criticism of Dear Leader.


Bernie Sanders, deadbeat dad

I had read the article back in 2016 about Bernie Sanders, recounting how he lived in squalor, without any food in the fridge when he was sharing custody of his son, who was very young at the time. And Sanders stole his landlord's electricity too, because he'd rather not get a paying job.

It seems like it was even worse than I realized:
Prior to his election as mayor of Burlington, Sanders' income from a single film and writing was not enough to pay child support. In fact, the $33,800 (roughly $94,000 in today's dollars) salary as mayor was his first real full time employment. He doesn't even remember what type of regular work he did before. 
And so, his own child ended up on welfare because his father could not - no, would not - support his child despite having a college degree, which, at that time, was fairly rare.
That makes Bernie Sanders a deadbeat dad. Bernie Sanders' infatuation with his own political ambition kept him from supporting his own child.
Not fair? Sure it is. Tell me that had a black candidate for office neglected his child so he could run for office, this wouldn't be a huge issue. Tell me it wouldn't be plastered everywhere on the media if a woman candidate were to have been found doing this in their late 20s and 30s.
I have to say, Sanders was even worse than my ex-husband, who was also content to let me struggle along with our daughter with very little help from him. But my ex-husband didn't have a college degree. Bernie Sanders did.

But of course Sanders supporters don't care - they think it's cool he shafted his baby momma to focus only on what he found interesting, and let her struggle and go on welfare. And the last paragraph is so true - no black candidate or woman candidate would ever be forgiven for such selfishness. That is a white man privilege.