Susan wrote a Tweet "explaining" to her fans what she "would do."
She's an actress, and is currently out of work, so her neutrality or honesty is highly questionable.
More likely, the Democrat Party has asked her to write this Tweet in order to encourage her egghead fans to vote Biden even though he is a shit candidate with nothing new to offer anyone. So Sarandon, who has not to my knowlege joined any Third Parties during other crappy candidates from the Dems, is just telling eggheads to vote for the "lesser Evil" yet again.
I hope people give her ZERO credibility.
Ay Q, sometimes I think politically it is a real desert. With no fountains of sparkling refreshment and fertility. Just a bunch of super disappointing horrors.
What can I say Q?
That's where you are wrong. The reason for working class desire for more equity was the establishment's post Cold War planning of unfettered global capitalism, and it's not just unpopular among working people in the US. It's the backbone of Gilets Jaunes in France, AfD in Germany, Brexit in the UK, Lega in Italy, and so forth.
BJ, Relampago man, the establishment follows capitalism. It had to betray the working class in the USA. It is the rule of capitalism to exploit and betray. It always chooses to kill nationalism if it is between nationalism and a globalist elite capitalist making sure they control the system. That is where you fail all the time BJ. You keep thinking the name of the game is about protecting your nation and dominating from nationalistic hegemony. It is not like that. Capitalism depends on the workers in Mexico, Central America, South America, the Caribbean colonies like the US Virgin Islands and PR and many others and the African ex-colonies for resources and it has to dominate information and data as well now to peddle things to the third world when the first world consumers no longer buy the shit that the corporations peddle. You keep thinking nationalism is strong enough to overcome these bastards. It is not. Only internationalist solidarity will do the trick. It is like a maze and you close off all the avenues of exploitation and move in on the exploiter and then stomp them and change the paradigm. A seismic shift in values. It is the way.
You don't see it that way even when it is obvious. The immigration issue is about instability in many nations who can't provide living wages and basics to its citizens and they move to the USA and other nations where the exploitation is LESS. I had a long discussion with a brilliant Mexican economist on a Mexican news site....and also on another informative site. He summed it up perfectly. Our leadership in the past had always sold us as cheap labor to the first world and undermined our ability for collective bargaining to get the wages we needed and the stability we needed. We don't have the infrastructure only expensive computers no one can afford, the love of cell phones we can't afford and the lack of knowledge of the many to use it to gain traction. It has been decisions made by the elite who refused to invest in education or health or water, housing, and medical care in the correct way to push us out of poverty. He is right. And he knows the majority of Mexicans work in micro-businesses because the wage sector is so low that no one wants to go for wages. No one but some government workers with connections. It is worthless to try to get decent wages here even for nurses, attorneys, computer programmers, techs and etc. It is all extremely exploited. They are paying the price BJ.
It is a global plan BJ. It is not by accident. Nationalism is not the solution.
As for you mentioning street cred BJ of Trump representing the true working-class' fears about job loss and so on? Trump doesn't give a shit about working-class people. He barely cares about his supporters and for vanity is willing to have COVID 19 spread in his rallies in order to have a crowd. Your Molotov cocktail man to the establishment is a narcissistic fuck of the worst sort. He is not a working man's solution at all.
You keep backing him BJ. He is a danger and a pig.