BERNIE GOES 1% – BUYS WATERFRONT ESTATE

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Senator Bernie Sanders is the self-proclaimed socialist whose failed presidential run in 2016 was based entirely on revving up young people to spew hatred and resentment towards America’s hard working entrepreneurs and successful executives who earn six and seven figure annual incomes. He’s also the owner of a brand new home fit for a king.

Sanders recently purchased a waterfront compound located on an island in Lake Champlain, VT. The home cost three times the average home price in Vermont. But wait, it gets better!

The new home isn’t his main residence. The Washington Post reports that Sanders and his family intend to use the property as a vacation home.

According to Zillow.com, Sanders’ new vacation home is worth nearly for $600,000 and comes with four bedrooms, 2.75 baths, and maid quarters. The home also features a dock, detached two-car garage and views to die for.

According to The Washington Post, Bernie and Jane Sanders also own homes in Washington D.C. and Burlington, Vermont.  Not bad for a socialist.

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