An MSNBC host and past senior Biden White House adviser warned last Saturday that the upcoming term poses the risk of a continued assault on our most basic liberties and freedoms if the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization successfully invalidating Roe v. Wade is any indication.
Symone Sanders made a dramatic claim that everything from government grants and programs for minority-owned businesses to corporate recruitment at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) would be in jeopardy if the Supreme Court ruled that racially motivated decisions and laws were unconstitutional. Healthcare organizations have to determine how to hire diverse staff without putting themselves at legal risk. Legislators can hear a claim that ethnic studies courses, such as those on African American or Latino history, promote racism and should be banned.
In 2016, Sanders served as Bernie Sanders’ national communications secretary. She was a senior counselor for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign in 2020. After he took office, she became Vice President Kamala Harris’ primary spokesman, defending her boss in the face of criticism over messaging gaffes and a hostile work environment.
Sanders became a well-known figure while serving as a political speaker. She once tweeted that she broke a nail protecting Biden from a protester on Super Tuesday in 2020.
She became a pundit on CNN after quitting Bernie’s campaign.
A report reveals that Symone Sanders said in 2016 on CNN that white people didn’t belong at the helm of the Democratic Party. She was the one who laughed as Hillary supporters beat up a white guy in the street after the election.
Video shows the CNN analyst and former press secretary for Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign shrugged off, downplayed, and mocked the beating of a white man in Chicago as a mob chanted, “You voted Trump!” at him.