As the Conservative Daily Post has sagaciously reported in the past, there are a great number of questions being asked regarding Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Sanders and their business practices. There has been talk of colleges being short-changed, investors being lied to, and even the needy being mistreated. All the while, Senator Sanders (I-VT) and his spouse have seemed immune from justice.
Thankfully, Fox News is reporting that those days may be coming to an end. Not only is the federal investigation that began in 2016 still fully underway, but there is now a buzz about a “potential” grand jury review being heard. This is not only sorrowful news for foolish liberals who would support Sanders in a possible 2020 run against President Donald Trump, but also, for his daughter, Carina Driscoll, as she enters Vermont politics.
In the last six weeks, at least one witness has been questioned and that person is not expected to be the last. All of this stems from Jane Sanders and “a land deal she clinched when she was president of Burlington College in Vermont in 2010,” Fox reminds us.
The Roman Catholic parish had land that Sanders needed to grow the college. She “secured a $6.7 million loan from a bank and a $3.6 million loan from the parish from which she planned” to buy the land from. However, in 2011 she quit her post and was accused of inflating the amount of money that donors were ready to give.
She is even accused of putting these lies on paper when she applied for the bank loan.
Former Burlington College Board Chairman Yves Bradley informed Fox that the investigation was still going on, full speed ahead. He even says that he was visited by F.B.I. agents within the last six weeks.
As far as detailing just how far this investigation is ready to go, Coralee Holm, the former Burlington College dean of operations has said, “If there is going to be something that happened it would be the grand jury … it would be brought in front of the grand jury … they already told me to be – that was a potential but they did tell me that wasn’t an absolute.”
Sanders, cheated by a DNC that later denied any wrongdoing, was popular enough that some reliable polls show that he may have bested Donald Trump had the two men run head to head. Since that was denied him, some have opined that the Vermont socialist will throw his aged hat into the ring in 2020.
If so, in light of the facts that this investigation may bring to light, he may find that fewer people are trusting him if he does so.