VOX recently posted an article titled 'Why Bernie Sanders Doesn't Talk About Race' and falsely claimed that Bernie Sanders is ignoring race. In fact he had been fighting for civil rights his entire adult life. Al Sharpton's interview of Bernie which is posted on Bernie's Senate website was overlooked apparently because VOX researched the campaign site instead.
Bernie has a consistent record on civil rights, so much so that the NAACP rated him at 97%
Somehow, media outlets are attempting to bifurcate economics from race just to attack Bernie Sanders. Apparently that's all they've got. Senator Sanders, unlike most politicians, does not fly like a flag in the winds of political polls. He has been steadfast in his message despite its unpopularity among the corporate-owned media outlets.
At the recent Netroots Nation gathering, protesters continuously interrupted Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders so much so that the intent seemed to be to not get a response from the candidates at all, but to simply put them off-balance, and that's exactly what Time Magazine glommed onto. Instead of placing criticism on the disruption, Time saw fit to render O'Malley and Sanders impotent on the stage.
This is the kind of protest behavior agent provocateurs who are paid by an opponent would do. If these same protesters show up at Bernie's next gathering we may safely assume they are plants by opponents seeking to undermine Bernie's reputation.
The difference is that Bernie Sanders has been consistent on his ideals throughout his entire career, and anyone who puts a modicum of effort into the research will know that Senator Sanders is a juggernaut 50 years in the making. #FeelTheBern