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The Vermont senator is hoping to win over voters by talking about how the country has been taken over by “political correctness” that he says has left millions of Americans “living in a state of fear.”
In a Facebook post Wednesday, Sanders said his views on immigration “are not at odds with any of the values that we stand for” and that he will fight “to build a nation where we all can live and work in harmony and prosperity.”
He said he believes in “open borders” and wants to “bring about an end to the political correctness that has been destroying our nation for far too long.”
Sanders said that the US has been “inflicted with unprecedented levels of racial and economic inequality,” and that “political elites” in Washington have made a lot of money from “the theft of our wealth and our sovereignty.”
The post went on to say, “If you disagree with the politics of the political establishment, then you are an enemy of America.”
Sanders’ views on immigrants are similar to those of President Donald Trump, who has said he wants to deport all undocumented immigrants living in the US, while also calling for a border wall.
The Democratic presidential candidate has repeatedly criticized Trump’s immigration policies, which critics say have resulted in millions of illegal immigrants living here illegally.
Sanders said in the Facebook post that “it is time to make America safe again,” and said he hopes “to win over Americans by bringing to light some of the things that have been taking place in our country.”
The senator’s Facebook post came just hours after he and other prominent Democrats took to Twitter to urge supporters to vote for Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
“We have been a nation divided,” Sanders said.
The American people deserve better than that.”