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NYT Worries Jane Sanders FBI Probe Will ‘Tarnish’ Bernie’s ‘Liberal Luster’
By Nicholas Fondacaro | July 16, 2017 4:38 PM EDT

What has been reported by many but ignored by the Big Three Networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) is that Jane Sanders, the wife of Senator Bernie Sanders, is currently under an “accelerated” investigation by the FBI for bank fraud. And on Saturday, The New York Times was openly worried about what it could do for the Senator’s chances in upcoming elections. The investigation “is threatening to take some of the luster off the senator’s populist appeal,” wrote Yamiche Alcindor, national reporter for the paper.

“A federal investigation into a long-ago land deal by Senator Bernie Sanders’s wife is threatening to take some of the luster off the senator’s populist appeal, attaching the phrase ‘bank fraud’ to the biography of a politician practically sainted on the left for his stands against ‘millionaires and billionaires,’” she began her article whining.

http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/nicholas-fondacaro/2017/07/16/nyt-worries-jane-sanders-fbi-probe-will-tarnish-bernies
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