Bernie Sanders tells America to ‘go to the YouTube’

It's where the youths are.


Libby Cohen


Posted on Mar 15, 2020   Updated on Mar 15, 2020, 8:38 pm CDT

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) directed Americans to ‘go to the YouTube’ in a response at the Democratic debate on Sunday.

People on Twitter are loving it.

The two candidates that remain in the Democratic primary spent tonight on the stage bickering over past decisions and statements. One pertained to entitlement programs like Social Security. Sanders accused former Vice President Joe Biden of wanting to cut spending towards these programs. Biden denied the claims.

“Alright, America. Go to the website right now. Go to the YouTube right now,” Sanders said, asking the American people to watch old Biden comments.

People on Twitter jumped on the phrase. It’s now trending.

“WE ARE ONCE AGAIN ASKING YOU TO GO TO THE YOUTUBE #DemDebate,” @People4Bernie tweeted.

“Dear lord someone please make me a Bernie 2020 shirt that says ‘go to the youtube’,” @verysadfoodgirl tweeted.

Some on Twitter note how the exchange reflects on the two candidate’s age.

“Biden: how do i open pdf

Bernie: go to the youtube right now,” @zachheltzel tweeted.

Biden is 77 years old and Sanders is 78.


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*First Published: Mar 15, 2020, 8:33 pm CDT