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Bernie Sanders supporters misquote the Constitution, claim 'provide general welfare is a socialist reality'

'The preamble of the Constitution says what our country is all about'

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"Slightly Offens*ve" host Elijah Schaffer and journalist Michael A. (@the_blackmic) headed to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) on Wednesday to ask supporters of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) if they are concerned about the 77-year-old's recent head injury, and for their thoughts on socialism in America.

"Does it concern you at all that Bernie Sanders wasn't able to get out of the shower but he wants to run for president?" Elijah asked one attendee.

"Even Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez complained she can't do her laundry because it takes so much time to run the campaign. So, sounds pretty normal," answered the man.

Another man argued that the Constitution of the United States says America is a socialist country.

"It says it right in the very, very beginning, the preamble of the Constitution says what our country is all about," he said. "'We the people in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, and provide the general welfare," he (mis)quoted, adding, "Saying 'general welfare' is a socialist reality!"

For the record, the Constitution says, "...promote the general welfare."

At one point, a man suddenly grabbed Elijah's sign and attempted to wrestle it away, while a few nearby rally-goers called him and Black Mic 'fascist.' All in a day's work for team-Slightly Offens*ve.

Watch the full video below:

Bernie Sander's Supporters Show Me Love | Social Exp #4 www.youtube.com

This video was provided by Slightly Offens*ve, The Black Mic and Rare Essentials X.

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