Bernie Sanders Dazzles Supporters by Busting a Move: ‘Dance Dance Revolution!’

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., high-fives supporters as he is introduced during a campaign stop, Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, in Hillsboro, N.H. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) dazzled his supporters after videos surfaced over the weekend, showing the 78-year-old presidential hopeful busting a move on the dance floor at an event in New Hampshire.

Sanders, not typically one to display his “talents” on the campaign trail, busted a move on the dance floor at the “Labor Solidarity Dinner” in Manchester, New Hampshire, over the weekend. One of the videos shows the socialist senator gleefully twirling a woman to ABBA’s “Dancing Queen”:

“Having the time of my life,” Sanders wrote in a tweet, alongside a clip of his moves:

“Dance Dance Revolution!” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) exclaimed, a play on Sanders’ frequent calls for a political “revolution”:

Supporters seemed impressed by Sanders’ moves, given his heart attack and subsequent heart procedure last month.

“Bernie’s got moves,” one wrote.

“I’m single, and uh, oh sorry @janeosanders never mind,” another said, adding a laughing emoji.

“Bernie’s the dancing king!” another proclaimed.

Sanders has said that he no plans to slow down his campaign, and his recent appearances seem to have settled any lingering concerns over his health, at least according to recent polls.

A National Emerson College poll released last week showed the socialist senator tying with former Vice President Joe Biden (D) for first place nationally with 27 percent support each:


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