Deranged Democrat Bernie Sanders Defends Psychotic Rape Fantasy Essay: “Very Poorly Written … Something Like 50 Shades of Grey”

Posted by on May 31, 2015 at 1:05 pm
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Just satire, folks, don’t get all bent out of shape. I mean, what presidential candidate doesn’t write lurid rape fantasy essays?

During a cringe-inducing segment with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., dismissed criticism of the controversial rape fiction he wrote “43 years ago” as “very poorly written … something like 50 Shades of Grey.”

“Your campaign described it as satire,” said Todd. “I’ll be honest with you, Sen. Sanders. It’s uncomfortable to read.”

Todd only put up one part of the essay written by Sanders where “a woman enjoys intercourse with her man – as she fantasizes being raped by 3 men simultaneously.”

“Can you explain this essay?” asked Todd.

“This is a piece of fiction that I wrote in 1972, I think,” said Sanders. “That was 43 years ago. It was very poorly written.”

“What it was dealing with [is] gender stereotypes,” Sanders said, “why some men like to oppress women, why other women like to be submissive. You know, something like Fifty Shades of Grey. Very poorly written. 43 years ago.”

Cringe-inducing is right.

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2 Responses to “Deranged Democrat Bernie Sanders Defends Psychotic Rape Fantasy Essay: “Very Poorly Written … Something Like 50 Shades of Grey””

  1. Drumwaster on 1/01/15 at 11:12 am

    “This is a piece of fiction that I wrote in 1972, I think,” said Sanders. “That was 43 years ago. It was very poorly written.”

    You wrote it when you were 31, Senator, not as some drug-induced high school Social Studies essay.

    Well, it might have been drug-induced. After all, it was 1972, but you don’t get to claim “youth and indiscretion”.

    And as for “poorly written”, no question there. You haven’t improved much in the intervening time.

  2. Ben on 1/01/15 at 12:37 pm

    Well, if I understand correctly his views came from a book or study about women’s sexual habits that as per usual for the 70s was horrifically stupid but sounded right at the time.