Since it was launched for the second time to the presidential race in the U.S., Bernie Sanders has had as adherents many representatives of the show
Shortly after the leftist Bernie Sanders announced the withdrawal of his candidacy to the presidential race U.S., numerous figures of Hollywood lamented the news, because the political has been the favorite for a large part of the world of entertainment and culture.
John Leguizamo, Nancy Sinatra, Rosanna Arquette and Mia Farrow were some of the stars who spoke out on social networks to dismiss the democrat and thank you for your election campaign, which has received the support of numerous figures from the world of cinema, in addition to musicians as Ariana Grande, The Strokes and Bon Iver.
“Bravo, Bernie!”, tweeted Nancy Sinatra minutes after Sanders announced his decision.
BRAVO BERNIE!! ??❤️??
— Nancy Sinatra (@NancySinatra) April 8, 2020
Then, the interpreter ‘These Boots Are Made for Walking‘ calling for unity to Democratic Party to maintain the objective of “defeat to Donald Trump“.
Also the colombian John Leguizamo he wanted to thank the work of the political.
“Thank You, Bernie! We all know that you have made us all more progressive and you’ve sacrificed a lot for Us,” he said of the candidate, who in this campaign has focused great support among latino voters.
Thank you, Bernie! We all know you made us all more progressive and sacrificed so much for America! pic.twitter.com/6amedzdpOY
— John Leguizamo (@JohnLeguizamo) April 8, 2020
At the same time, the actress Alyssa Milano spent a few words more emotive to Sanders.
“You’ve changed the game forever and you made us think of all the ways on how to we need to do more and better. Your efforts will be reflected in the activism of generations and will inspire policies to make the world a better place. Thank you,” said the interpreter, who has also been one of the leading voices of the movement #MeToo.
The funny thing is that Milano has been criticized on previous occasions Sanders and has positioned itself in favor of his opponent, Joe Biden.
From the other shore, the model and actress Emily Ratajkowski, who supported his candidacy in 2016 when he lost against Hillary Clinton and did so again in 2020, expressed his sadness at the decision.
— Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) April 8, 2020
“I feel so hopeless, devastated, and without force. Bernie is our future”, put in your Twitter profile.
Also the comedian Sarah Silverman he said he was “heartbroken” by the withdrawal.
Wow. I’m heartbroken about Bernie. In all this darkness, he made me believe that people, together, could be the light. I continue to be an inspiration. And he’ll never stop fighting for us.
Thank you, Bernie. For me, you’re right up there w Mr. Rogers.?♥️
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) April 8, 2020
One of the protagonists of the series from Netflix “Queer Eye” and icon of the culture, LGBT, Jonathan Van Ness, thanked his campaign team and launched mood “on a day so difficult.”
“Thank you for fighting for all”, tweeted next to the flag rainbow.
Thank you for fighting for everyone, Senator Sanders ?️?? @BernieSanders To all of his supporters, thank you for caring & fighting and I know how hard this day is for you. I hope we can all come together & defeat Trump.
— Jonathan Van Ness (@jvn) April 8, 2020
Since the launch for the second time to the presidential race, Sanders has met many representatives of the show.
For example, the pop star Ariana Grande published in several photos embracing him after a campaign event.
Singers like Halsey and Cardi B participated actively in his campaign and representatives of the “indie” like The Strokes, Vampire Weekend, Bon Iver have played music in their meetings, converted in large concerts.
Even so, this Wednesday, Sanders, the self-styled wannabe socialist, withdrew from the race and left the way open to the vice-president Joe Biden to become the candidate who disputes the White House to the current president, republican Donald Trump.
To see the crisis that is gripping the nation, I cannot continue in good conscience with a campaign that can’t win and that would interfere with the important work required by all of us in this difficult time,” said Sanders, 78 years old, in reference to the pandemic of coronavirus.
Despite its abandonment, the senator has managed to include in the discussion agenda in the U.S., matters considered almost taboo a few years ago, such as the introduction of health systems and public education, and universal.
With information from EFE