Nicholas Snow welcomes HIV/AIDS Activist Thomas Davis, who was one of those who met with Bernie Sanders about the future of HIV/AIDS policy in the United States. Then all hell broke lose. Did activists "put pressure" on Sanders to meet? Did the campaign "twist" the reporting of what happened? Thomas Davis gives his perspective. For Part I, click here.
Here's what Tommy Christopher of Mediate.com reported: "After putting pressure on the Bernie Sanders campaign to agree to meet with them, a coalition of HIV/AIDS activists now say that the independent Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate is “misleading the public” about the content of that meeting, and “exploiting” their group for short-term political gain, even implying an endorsement by the group that they did not make."
Did activists "put pressure" on Sanders to meet? Did the Sanders campaign "twist" the reporting of what happened? Thomas Davis gives his perspective.
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