It’s time to acknowledge that Joe Biden is the Democratic Party’s candidate for president. Now we must decide what to do in November. Replacing him at the convention is not on the table, and wasting time with anti-democratic fantasies won’t help our movement at all.
On March 1st, Pete Buttigieg ended his 2020 presidential bid. During the campaign, much fanfare was made of Pete Buttigieg being an openly gay candidate. However, Buttigieg has been vocal in his opposition to Medicare for All, Bernie Sanders’ signature policy proposal which would provide coverage to all Americans. Health care is especially important to the transgender community.
In a 60 Minutes interview, Bernie Sanders struggles to explain how to pay for his programs. He only does so because we haven't learned how money actually works. If we understood this, Bernie could tell the truth and no one would be able to hang him with his own words. It's actually very simple: in order to be able to pay taxes, you need money. For you to get money, the government must first spend currency into existence, which it does when it provisions itself. That currency is then circulated through society and eventually reaches your pocket. Now you can pay taxes. In this video below, Steve Grumbine explains exactly what we need to know: