See the Video That Bernie Sanders Definitely Won’t Be Using as His Campaign Ad

Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont Independent who’s running for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has said a lot of overtly socialist stuff.

Years ago he said he wanted to get rid of all private health insurance companies, and much more recently he’s said a 90 percent top tax rate isn’t too high for the U.S.

But he’s increasingly caught flack for comparing child hunger to the number of deodorant brands on store shelves last week — read his comment below:

You can’t just continue growth for the sake of growth in a world in which we are struggling with climate change and all kinds of environmental problems. All right? You don’t necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants or of 18 different pairs of sneakers when children are hungry in this country. I don’t think the media appreciates the kind of stress that ordinary Americans are working on.

ReasonTV took Sanders’ economic thinking and ran with it in a fake, mocking ad for “The Bernie Sanders Save the Children Fund.”

“The Bernie Sanders School of Economics, where tuition is free and, yet, overpriced,” the “ad” touts.

Watch the clip below:

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