Oddly enough, Bernie Sanders has found himself in a similar position on Twitter. He said "It’s not good enough to just be against Trump. We have to have a vision for this country of where we’re going to go." Hmm, that's basically the gist of what I've been trying to say. But like the members of Soapchat, actress Patricia Arquette isn't having it. She said Bernie "needs to be far more aggressive about Trump. He wasn't during election & this kind of tweet ain't helping that flaw." Someone said she was being too hard on Sanders, to which she replied "I want to vote for someone I can follow and I can only follow someone who throws everything at getting rid of a fascist." Sounds like she hasn't been paying attention either. But that's the thing; when you focus more on trying to reform your own side in order to beat Trump, they accuse you of not doing enough to combat him. The investigation is on-going, so how much harder do people need to oppose Trump? Bernie campaigned for Hillary, has used his position in the Senate to condemn Trump's budget, his tax cuts, his healthcare plan, the increases to our military budget, and has used Trump's own promises to protect Social Security and Medicare against him. Dems like to remind people that Bernie's not a "real" Democrat, even though he votes against Trump's policies. He is resisting Trump in the best way possible, while trying to instill progressive values back into the Democratic Party. And yet people still accuse him of not being anti-Trump enough, while giving Congressional Democrats who've voted with Trump a pass. Unbelievable.