Skip to comments.Bernie Sanders undergoes surgery for artery blockage, cancels events until further notice
Posted on 10/02/2019 8:13:51 AM PDT by Prolixus
Sen. Bernie Sanders presidential campaign has canceled all appearances and events until further notice following a procedure for an artery blockage.
In a statement Wednesday, the senators adviser Jeff Weaver said Sanders experienced some chest discomfort during a Tuesday event. Testing found a blockage in one artery, and Sanders had two stents inserted, Weaver said.
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Sen. Sanders is conversing and in good spirits. He will be resting up over the next few days, Weaver said. We are canceling his events and appearances until further notice, and we will continue to provide appropriate updates.
Sanders, 78, is running for the Democratic presidential nomination for the second time.
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I hope God sends this unrepentant Commie straight to Hell.
Actually, if Bernie were a citizen of Canada, hed be on a waiting list to get the scan proving that hereally needs the test and might improve with treatment, which would put him on another waiting list and if he could afford it, hed drive over the border to the U.S. and pay for treatment out of his pocket (if he were still alive, that is) and were he a citizen of GB, hed need to leave the country to get treatment, like Mick Jagger recently did, again if he lived long enough!
If Bernie were a Canadian with his money he’d come straight here just like my Canadian born daughter-in-law’s father did when he needed a heart by pass. He would have had to wait six months just to get on a waiting list and then it would have been waiting a year after that.
I think it will be a Hillary/Gabbard or Hillary/Abrams ticket. Gabbard is back in for a reason. Maybe they are finally getting it that the dem voters will not be driven that hard to the left. Must have may focus groups going right about now.
He should get his medical care in Venezuela.
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