My chips were on Bernie in 2016, and I supported the grassroots movement that led to his current rise in American politics. His ideas are really sound once he has fully explained how they will be paid for in full. Those who are still skeptical need to listen to Berne talk away from the media circuits or on the debate stage where his explanations are limited. He has an excellent interview on the Joe Rogan Experience for a little over an hour. Andrew Yang has also appeared on the podcast. I think Bernie will give us a healthcare system similar to Germany's or France's, which the latter has a lower infant mortality rate than the US due to its healthcare system. France also is considered to have one of the best healthcare programs. Germany charges $50 per ambulance ride. Bernie shows the same signs Obama showed in 2007 and 2008 regarding potential for being the 46th President of the United States. The stock market doesn't matter when most Americans are not putting $10k into stocks to enjoy the benefits regularly. I know plenty who work two jobs on a regular basis to make ends meet due to landlords having the pleasure to jack up rent whenever they please. A third job even. That income inequality is proof Americans are not any better since Trump took office. Biden is going to be another Hillary Clinton, a establishment nominee with no enthusiasm for millennials and Gen Z voters who know climate change (i.e. Australia wildfires) isn't a hoax and vaccines don't cause Autism. Bernie gives me hope over the other candidates currently in the race.