Martin Weissgerber

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Martin Weissgerber



Martin Weissgerber is the Charleston, South Carolina Field Organizer for Bernie Sanders Presidential Campaign 2020.

His father "is a Belgian Marxist Who Participated in the May 1968 Civil Unrest in Paris, France." His mother works for WBUR.[1] He has said that he was "raised never to call the cops."[2]

Advocates violent communist revolution

Martin Weissgerber, South Carolina Field Organizer, Sanders Campaign was exposed for having violent communist ideology by Project Veritas in a video released January 21 2020.[3] This follows a similar expose on Kyle Jurek from Project Veritas.

Some of the statements made:

  • “Leave it to the Soviets to Make the Most Badass F***ing, Most Effective Gun in the World…AK (47)…The Destroyer of Imperialism and Colonization…That’s Why I Want to Get it (AK-47) Tattooed on Me.”
  • “I’ll Straight Up Get Armed, I Want to Learn How to Shoot, and Go Train. I’m Ready for the F***ing Revolution…I’m Telling You. Guillotine the Rich.”
  • “Let’s Force Them (Billionaires) to Build Roads…Rebuild Our Roads, Rebuild Our Dams, Rebuild Our Bridges. Let’s Force Them…”
  • “What Will Help is When We Send All the Republicans to the Re-Education Camps.”
  • “So, do We Just Cease – do We Just Dissolve the Senate, House of Representatives, the Judicial Branch, and Have Something Bernie Sanders and a Cabinet of People, Make All Decisions for the Climate? I Mean, I’m Serious.”
  • “The Soviet Union Was Not Horrible…I Mean, for Women’s Rights the Soviet Union – I Think – the Most Progressive Place to Date in the World.”
  • Weissgerber Reveals That His Father is a Belgian Marxist Who Participated in the May 1968 Civil Unrest in Paris, France.
  • Weissgerber Says That His Mother is “Really Left as Well, but She Can’t Make Her Views Known Because She Works for WBUR, which is NPR…”

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