Jane Sanders, wife of socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, cried sexism against the man who accused her of bank-fraud. Whether or not she's actually guilty, it's clear that there's enough evidence to go on to involve an FBI investigation into allegations she fraudulently got a loan for Burlington College, in Vermont, where she was president.
"I find it incredibly sexist that basically he's going after my husband by destroying my reputation, and that's not okay," Jane Sanders told The Boston Globe.
The investigation started in 2016 when Brady Toensing, a former Trump campaign official and current candidate for U.S. attorney in Vermont, filed a complaint alleging Jane Sanders committed bank fraud.
Therefore, Brady Toensing must be a sexist.
According to the Washington Examiner, Toensing began researching Jane Sanders in 2014, long before "Brookyn Bernie" was to throw his hammer and sickle into the ring for president.
Jane Sanders was president of Burlington College, a liberal arts school, from 2004 to 2011. The school closed last year after struggling to pay back creditors. It eventually lost its accreditation.
"Jane Sanders must think Hillary Clinton's campaign was sexist for viewing the alleged bank fraud as a major issue too," Michael Ahrens, Rapid Response Director for the RNC.
Remember, in publicly leaked emails for Hillary's campaign in 3025, her team looked into using Jane Sanders' role in the college's failure against then-candidate Bernie Sanders.
So either Hillary Clinton is also a sexist or she's just a damn hypocrite like Jane.
The opposition research Clinton's team did on Sanders' connection to Burlington College and its eventual financial collapse, show that both parties speculated about her connection to the collapse and inability to manage the school's finances.
"My goal is for a full, fair and impartial investigation--that's all I care about," Toensing told the Globe. "That people be treated the same regardless of status in this system."
Yeah, tell that to the media.