Viewers can watch the full Bernie Sanders rally from Philadelphia live online and see if his campaign can continue to build on the momentum of a huge winning streak and a suddenly wide-open race.
On Tuesday, Sanders was able to complete what was a stunning upset in Wisconsin, turning what at once was a 20-point deficit in the polls into a 13-point win over Hillary Clinton. With the win, Sanders has now won seven consecutive contests and cut into Clinton’s delegate lead ahead of a key vote in New York.
Those who want to watch the Bernie Sanders April 6 rally from Philadelphia live online can catch streaming video below. It is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET.
The rally comes as Bernie Sanders starts a new offensive against Hillary Clinton, using his prediction of the Panama tax haven crisis as a basis for attack. Back in 2011, Sanders made a speech on the Senate floor decrying a proposed trade agreement with Panama and saying that the nation has been known as a haven for wealthy individuals and corporations looking to avoid paying taxes.
His prediction turned out to be true, as the release of the Panama Papers this week showed worldwide conspiracy to hide money in Panama and avoid taxes.
Sanders used this stance to hit Hillary Clinton, who as Secretary of State praised the Panama free trade agreement.
“I was opposed to the Panama Free Trade Agreement from day one. I predicted that the passage of this disastrous trade deal would make it easier, not harder, for the wealthy and large corporations to evade taxes by sheltering billions of dollars offshore,” Sanders said in an official statement. “My opponent, on the other hand, opposed this trade agreement when she was running against Barack Obama for president in 2008. But when it really mattered she quickly reversed course and helped push the Panama Free Trade Agreement through Congress as Secretary of State. The results have been a disaster.”
Those who watch the Bernie Sanders April 6 rally live online could see an important moment in his campaign. Though Sanders currently has the momentum of a string of victories, he faces an uphill battle in both New York and Pennsylvania. A Harper Polling survey showed that Clinton leads Sanders in Pennsylvania 55 percent to 33 percent, with 12 percent undecided.
But even that could show movement in Sanders’ favor, as Clinton once held a 30-point lead in the same poll. In order to win the nomination, Sanders will need to pull off similar upsets as he did this week in Wisconsin, cutting down Clinton’s large leads.
Sanders’ momentum could turn even more if developments in Clinton’s potential FBI case continue to turn against her.
And Sanders has money on his side as well, with the Washington Post noting that backers pushed him to a record month in March.
“Clinton announced on Monday that her campaign had raised $29.5 million for the month compared with the $44 million raised by the Sanders campaign. Sanders’s March fundraising haul surpasses the campaign’s own record-setting $43.3 million raised in February.”
Those who miss the live streaming video of the Bernie Sanders April 6 rally from Philadelphia can watch the full replay in the embedded video above.
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