Bernie Sanders heckled at presidential forum for women

Bernie Sanders heckled at presidential forum for women

"It's not hard to say the Boston terrorist was a psycho lunatic who is a threat not only to national security but shouldn't be allowed the right to vote in any election", McCain exclaimed.

"Once you start chipping away and you say, 'Well, that guy committed a bad crime, not going to let him vote".

Bernie Sanders apparently believes his policy of allowing prisoners to vote will get him votes as his campaign will reportedly double down on the position. They were trailed by South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was the pick of 9% of likely Democratic primary voters.

"I think we should have that conversation."

Buttigieg's comments come as he cracks the top tier of Democratic candidates, jumping 14 points to join Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden in a new poll from New Hampshire on Monday.

"Look this is what I believe", Sanders said.

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The move overseas could be a likely next step for the newlyweds. "In the old days the Queen would have put her foot down". She wore her hair up for the event, sported Kiki McDonough earrings and chose green heels for her feet.

But sometimes you do lose your citizen rights - such as when the bombs you put down kill three people, including 8-year-old Martin Richard, and injure scores more; and when you ambush and kill Sean Collier, an MIT police officer. "I think the public is a lot smarter about criminal justice reform and voting rights" than they're given credit for.

Many U.S. court cases, including at the Supreme Court, have upheld these voting restrictions as constitutional, citing the 14th Amendment and the government's right to withhold the right to vote due to "participation in rebellion, or other crime". Sanders even crossed a line with Hollywood super-liberal Cher, who questioned whether he really believes murderers, rapists, and child molesters deserve voting rights.

Vermont and ME are the only states where incarcerated felons can still vote. "And I believe every single person does have the right to vote".

"This is a democracy, we've got to expand that democracy", he added. "Should people convicted of sexual assault, the Boston Marathon bomber, should they be able to vote?" And I say to those people, by the way, if you don't have the guts to participate in free and fair elections, you should get another job and get out of politics.

Carlson said Democrats essentially don't trust convicted felons "to go deer hunting" but are OK with them choosing the next president. You lose your freedom. That if you have a problem with who I am, your problem is not with me. It doesn't make up for all the other ridiculous nonsense he's been spewing, but it's not nothing. The disparity exists in part because many people accused of crimes don't have the money to afford bail, and are just locked up until they're either convicted or found not guilty.

However you frame it, Bernie Sanders' defense of the Boston Marathon bomber's right to vote represents another lurch to the far left.

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