Dan Morain

April 15, 2016 11:00 PM

Bernie Sanders, Loretta Sanchez and gun industry protection

In 1999, a neo-Nazi with a history of mental illness amassed an arsenal, and went looking to kill Jews, and gunned down Joseph Ileto

By siding with the gun industry, Bernie Sanders and Loretta Sanchez lined up against the Ileto family and families like it

Now that they are seeking higher office, Sanders and Sanchez are supporting tougher gun legislation

Dan Morain

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