As Democrats Recognize that None of their 2020 Candidates Can Defeat Trump, Impeachment 2.0 Gains Steam

Source: RedState - View Original Article
Published: Feb 14, 2020
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Top 5 sentiments contributing towards policies:

83% : You are arresting kids for marijuana that are all minorities.'
76% : Adding Sanders's $97.5 trillion -- and then subtracting the $3 trillion saved by state governments under Medicare
72% : The final $11.1 trillion includes $3 trillion to forgive all student loans and guarantee free public-college tuition -- plus $1.8 trillion to expand Social Security, $2.5 trillion on housing, $1.6 trillion on paid family leave, $1 trillion on infrastructure, $800 billion on general K-12 education spending, and an additional $400 billion on higher public school teacher salaries.
24% : Sanders concedes that his Medicare For All plan would increase federal spending by "somewhere between $30 and $40 trillion over a 10-year period."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

83% : You are arresting kids for marijuana that are all minorities.'
76% : Adding Sanders's $97.5 trillion -- and then subtracting the $3 trillion saved by state governments under Medicare
72% : The final $11.1 trillion includes $3 trillion to forgive all student loans and guarantee free public-college tuition -- plus $1.8 trillion to expand Social Security, $2.5 trillion on housing, $1.6 trillion on paid family leave, $1 trillion on infrastructure, $800 billion on general K-12 education spending, and an additional $400 billion on higher public school teacher salaries.
24% : Sanders concedes that his Medicare For All plan would increase federal spending by "somewhere between $30 and $40 trillion over a 10-year period."

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization