Senator Bernie Sanders, who spent most of his honeymoon vacation in Hawaii with a group of women he invited to his honeymoons, is accused of being a “bully” for his honey-drenched behavior during a romantic dinner in 2016, according to a new study.
According to the study, conducted by the University of California, Santa Barbara, the senator and his female friends had a “sexy time” at the house, but were eventually “scared” and left feeling “bored.”
The research is the first to examine Sanders’ behavior at the home, a luxury resort in the remote town of Maui, Hawaii. “
There was this sense that we were being used as props.”
The research is the first to examine Sanders’ behavior at the home, a luxury resort in the remote town of Maui, Hawaii.
It is the latest in a series of studies to show that Sanders was prone to aggressive behavior during his honeydrenched trips.
Healy told Recode he was “surprised” that Sanders would continue to indulge in such behavior, particularly after the election.
He said the Vermont senator was “a bad boy” and “a bully.”
“I’m surprised by it,” Healy said.
“There’s not a lot of data out there that I could find that shows that Senator Sanders was not a good guy, but I think he was a bully.”
He did it to try to manipulate and control other people.””
He was trying to exploit the vulnerability of women and girls. “
He knew that he was not going to get the respect he deserved.
Dr. Cox said the UCSB study is the “first time” researchers have looked at how Sanders’ sexualized behavior with women affected the women’s perceptions of their own sexuality.”
It’s hard to imagine that a politician would do that.”
Dr. Cox said the UCSB study is the “first time” researchers have looked at how Sanders’ sexualized behavior with women affected the women’s perceptions of their own sexuality.
Sanders was accused of assaulting one woman at the mansion in 2016 and was accused by two women of sexually harassing them in another instance.
Sanders denied the accusations, and the senator has since apologized for his behavior.
He has said he was never a predator, and he has since taken a leave of absence from his Senate office to address the issue.
The new research comes just days after the president said Sanders’ history of misconduct should disqualify him from running for president in 2020.
“It’s time for someone who’s been a good friend of mine and someone who I think has a lot to offer, not a guy who has been in politics for 30 years and a serial sexual predator,” Trump said in a speech to the Boy Scouts of America.