In the wake of a bombshell report that the Russians are helping the Bernie Sanders campaign win the 2020 Democratic nomination for president, television and movie legend Dick Van Dyke opened his Los Angeles home for a campaign ad supporting the Socialist from Vermont.
The lengthy video and photo shoot took the bros and the crew through the entire luxurious L.A. mansion as Van Dyke expounded on why Sanders should be president.
“This election I think is probably the most important one since the end of World War II,” Van Dyke said, welcoming everyone into the foyer that looked like it belonged in Tsar Nicholas’ Alexander Palace.
As the retinue moved into the billiard room, Van Dyke noted, sagely, that “Bernie would have let Stalin take the entire city of Berlin if he’d been President in 1945, and I don’t understand why people of my generation aren’t voting for him.”
“Another four years of an administration run by a billionaire who’s out of touch with the people, and we won’t have a democracy anymore,” Van Dyke said, as he led the group into the temperature-controlled wine cave that boasted more than 250 bottles of the best wine in the world.
“As an aside, Pete Buttigieg asked me to do a campaign spot from the cellar, and I turned him down like any good working man would,” Van Dyke added.
“Bernie has never has changed his attack because of pressure from the outside or when he felt the wind was blowing another way,” Van Dyke said, raising his collar against the chilly Los Angeles breeze blowing across the stunning outdoor pool surrounded by a luscious garden, lounge chairs, and a well-lit cabana stocked with a full wet bar.
The tour ended in the opulent dining room, where Bernie’s Communist field organizers feasted on beluga caviar from the Black Sea as Van Dyke praised the old Socialist for his honesty.
“Bernie has always appreciated the finer aspects of life in the Soviet Union, and he has managed to stick with who he is and what he believes,” Van Dyke said.