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  • ♪♪♪ >> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY,

    彡(゚)(゚)♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪♪スティーブンヘイ、みんな。

  • WE'RE BACK WITH SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS.

    バーニー・サンダーズ上院議員にお会いしましょう

  • ER YOU SAID IN SEPTEMBER, YOU WARNED AS WE COUNT EVERY VOTE,

    ER YOU SAID IN SEPTEMBER, YOU WARNED AS WE COUNT EVERY VOTE,

  • I'VE THING POSSIBLE MUST BE DONE TO PREVENT CHAOS, DISINFORMATION

    混乱、情報の混乱を防ぐために、可能な限りのことをしなければならない。

  • AND, YES, EVEN VIOLENCE.

    そして、そう、暴力も。

  • DO YOU HAVE ANY SENSE AT THIS POINT WHY, AS YOU SAY, THIS

    この時点で、なぜ、あなたが言うように、このようなことが起こるのか、お分かりになりましたか?

  • TREMENDOUS FAILURE HAPPENED?

    TREMENDOUS FAILURE HAPPENED?

  • BECAUSE -- AND CHRISTOPHER WRAY SAID THE MOST DANGEROUS DOMESTIC

    それは... クリストファー・レイが最も危険なドメスティックと言ったからだ

  • TERRORIST THREAT RIGHT NOW IS FROM WHITE SUPREMACIST GROUPS IN

    TERRORIST THREAT RIGHT NOW IS FROM WHITE SUPREMACIST GROUPS IN

  • THIS COUNTRY.

    THIS COUNTRY.

  • SO IT'S NOT LIKE PEOPLE WEREN'T WARNED.

    だから警告されなかったわけではない。

  • >> NO, THAT'S EXACTLY RIGHT.

    >> いや、まさにその通りだ。

  • ALL I CAN TELL YOU -- YOU KNOW, WE'RE HEARING DIFFERENT STORIES

    私が言えるのは... 私たちは違う話を聞いているということです。

  • FROM DIFFERENT PEOPLE -- EITHER IT WAS A GO DESK AND HORRIFIC

    違う人たちから -- どちらかと言えば、それはゴーデスクであり、恐ろしいものでした。

  • FAILURE TO UNDERSTAND AND TO ANTICIPATE WHAT WAS HAPPENING --

    起こっていることを理解し、予見することを怠っています。

  • I SPOKE TO A VERY HIGHER-UP GUY WHILE I WAS IN LOCKDOWN, AND HIS

    ロックダウンしていた時に、非常に上から目線の男と話をしました。

  • RESPONSE WAS, WELL, WE JUST DIDN'T ANTICIPATE THIS.

    返事は、まあ、私たちはこれを予期していませんでした。

  • REALLY?

    本当に?

  • REALLY?

    本当に?

  • WITH ALL OF YOUR INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS, YOU DIDN'T KNOW WHAT

    WITH ALL OF YOUR INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS, YOU DIDN'T KNOW WHAT

  • WAS GOING ONLINE, YOU DIDN'T KNOW THE THREAT TO THE CAPITOL,

    WAS GOING ONLINE, YOU DIDN'T KNOW THE THREAT TO THE CAPITOL,

  • YOU DIDN'T KNOW THAT THE PRESIDENT WAS EGGING THESE

    あなたは知らなかった 大統領がこれらの卵を食べていたことを

  • PEOPLE ON?

    PEOPLE ON?

  • YOU DIDN'T KNOW THAT, REALLY?

    知らなかったのか?

  • SO A TREMENDOUS FAILURE OF LEADERSHIP, WHICH WILL BE

    リーダーシップの重大な失敗、それはそうである。

  • INVESTIGATED, AND WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN.

    INVESTIGATED, AND WE WILL MAKE SURE THAT NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN.

  • >> Stephen: ALEXANDER HAMILTON WROTE IN FEDERALIST 27, THE HOPE

    >> スティーブン:ALEXANDER HAMILTONはFEDERALIST 27、THE HOPEに書いた。

  • OF IMPUNITY IS A STRONG INCITEMENT TO SEDITION.

    OF IMPUNITYは、セディショニングへの強い動機付けとなります。

  • THE DREAD OF PUNISHMENT A PROPORTIONATELY STRONG

    懲罰の夢は強い

  • DISCOURAGEMENT TO IT.

    私には何もできないわ

  • ISN'T IT IMPORTANT THAT JUSTICE BE SWIFT AND THE HAMMER BE HARD?

    ジャスティスはスイフトでハンマーはハードであることが重要ではありませんか?

  • >> WELL, THAT'S AMONG OTHER REASONS WHY THE HOUSE, IN RATHER

    >> それは他の理由があるからだ。

  • QUICK TIME, IMPEACHED TRUMP AND WHY HE MUST BE CONVICTED.

    クイックタイム、インピーチされたトランプとなぜ彼は有罪にされなければならないのか。

  • YOU KNOW, PEOPLE ASK ME, THEY SAY, WHAT IS THE SENSE OF

    みんなが聞いてくるんだけど、「感覚とは何か」って。

  • IMPEACHING A GUY WHO HAS A WEEK LEFT IN HIS TERM, AND THERE'S A

    残りの期間が一週間の奴に 怒りをぶつけている

  • LOT OF SENSE TO IT, AND THE SENSE IS THAT THIS PRESIDENT AND

    感覚の多くは、それに、感覚は、この大統領とのことです。

  • ANYBODY ELSE WHO ENTERS THE OVAL OFFICE MUST UNDERSTAND THAT IF

    オーバルのオフィスに入る者は誰でも、以下のことを理解しなければなりません。

  • YOU INCITE INSURRECTION AGAINST YOUR OWN GOVERNMENT FOR YOUR OWN

    あなたは自分のために自分の政府に対して保険をかけた

  • CHIEF POLITICAL PURPOSES, THAT WILL BE SEVERELY PUNISHED.

    主な政治的目的は、それは厳しく処罰されるだろう。

  • >> Stephen: I TRUST THAT THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AND THE

    >> スティーブン:私は司法省と司法省を信頼しています。

  • F.B.I. IS TAKING THIS SERIOUSLY AND WILL USE ALL OF THE POWER AT

    FBIはこれを真摯に受け止めており、全ての力を使うつもりです。

  • THEIR COMMAND TO BRING THE PEOPLE WHO DID THIS TO JUSTICE,

    こんなことをした人たちを正義の裁きにかけるという命令。

  • AND CERTAINLY NOTHING THEY DID WAS DEFENSIBLE, BUT WHAT ABOUT

    そして彼らがしたことは確かに無防備でしたが、しかし、どうでしょうか?

  • PEOPLE LIKE JOSH HAWLEY AND TED CRUZ?

    JOSH HAWLEYやTED CRUZのような人?

  • WHAT ABOUT PEOPLE LIKE MOE BROOKS, ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO

    モエ・ブルックスのような人たちはどうなのか?

  • INCITED THIS CROWD, AS I SAID AND YOU AGREED, WITH THE BIG

    私が言ったように この群衆を扇動し あなたは同意しました ビッグと

  • LIE?

    嘘をつく?

  • I DON'T THINK THAT'S A CONTROVERSIAL THING THAT THEY

    私は、それが彼らの問題になっているとは思わない

  • INSPIRED THESE PEOPLE.

    これらの人々にインスピレーションを与えました。

  • WHAT CAN BE DONE SO THAT NO GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL EVER DOES

    政府関係者がしないようにするために何ができるのか?

  • THIS AGAIN AND, CERTAINLY, NO CROWD EVER DOES THIS AGAIN?

    またかよ、間違いなく、誰もこんなことをしないのか?

  • DOESN'T THERE HAVE -- SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE TO THEM, WHAT CAN

    DOESN'T THERE HAVE -- SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE TO THEM, WHAT CAN

  • THE SENATE DO?

    上院は?

  • >> I THINK THAT'S SOMETHING WE'RE LOOKING AT RIGHT NOW.

    >> I THINK THAT'S SOMETHING WE'RE LOOKING AT RIGHT NOW.

  • WHAT HAS CONCERNED ME THE MOST, AND, AGAIN, I'M HEARING

    私が一番気になっているのは何ですか?また、聞いています。

  • ALLEGATIONS ON THESE HAVE TO BE INVESTIGATED, IS THAT THERE WERE

    ALLEGATIONS ON THESE HAVE TO BE INVESTIGATED, IS THAT THERE WERE

  • SOME MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE WHO ACTUALLY ESCORTED PEOPLE WHO

    家の一部のメンバーは誰が実際に誰が人々を評価しましたか?

  • TURNED OUT TO BE RIOTERS THE DAY BEFORE THROUGH THE CAPITOL

    TURNED OUT TO BE RIOTERS THE DAY BEFORE THROUGH THE CAPITOL

  • PREMISES.

    PREMISES。

  • NOW, WHAT THE HELL THAT'S ABOUT, WE HAVE TO FIND OUT.

    NOW, WHAT THE HELL THAT'S ABOUT, WE HAVE TO FIND OUT.

  • >> Stephen: EVEN THOUGH THAT THERE HAVE BEEN NO VISITORS, NO

    >> スティーブンたとえ訪問者がいなくても、誰もいない。

  • TOURS OF THE CAPITOL SINCE MARCH.

    3月からの議事堂ツアー。

  • >> THAT'S RIGHT.

    >> THAT'S RIGHT.

  • >> Stephen: NOT EVEN MEMBERS ARE REALLY ALLOWED TO BRING ANY

    >> スティーブンメンバーでなくても、何かを持ち込むことは許されていません。

  • PEOPLE IN FOR A TOUR.

    PEOPLE IN FOR A TOUR.

  • >> THAT'S RIGHT.

    >> THAT'S RIGHT.

  • IF THAT ALLEGATION IS TRUE, STEPHEN, IF IT'S TRUE, THAT TELL

    もしその言い分が本当なら それが本当なら

  • US SOMETHING THAT HAS TO BE DEALT WITH.

    何か対処しなければならないことがある。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ABOUT THE SENATORS?

    >> Stephen: What ABOUT THE SENATORS?

  • I KNOW YOU'RE THE WORLD'S MOST DELIBERATIVE BODY BUT THERE HAS

    I KNOW YOU'RE THE WORLD'S MOST DELIBERATIVE BODY BUT THERE HAS

  • TO BE A LIMIT WHERE YOU HAVE TO ASK SHOULD THIS PERSON BE IN

    TO BE A LIMIT WHERE YOU HAVE TO ASK SHOULD THIS PERSON BE IN

  • HERE WITH US IF THEY AREN'T WILLING TO ACCEPT THE RESULTS OF

    ここで一緒に、もしあなたが結果を受け入れたくないならば

  • THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WHEN THEY VOTE?

    THE AMERICAN PEOPLE WHEN THE Y VOTE?

  • >> ON THE ONE HAND YOU HAVE TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT EXPELLING

    >> ON THE ONE HAND YOU HAVE TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT EXPELLING

  • PEOPLE, THEY WERE ELECTED BY CONSTITUENTS.

    PEOPLE, THEY WERE ELECTED BY CONSTITUENTS.

  • TRUST ME, THIS WILL BE AN ISSUE.

    信じてくれ これは問題になるだろう

  • HOW WE DEAL WITH THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL BE LOOKED AT

    HOW WE DEAL WITH THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL BE LOOKED AT

  • VERY, VERY HARD.

    VERY, VERY HARD.

  • >> Stephen: CAN YOU AT LEAST MAKE TED CRUZ OR JOSH HAWLEY

    >> スティーブンテッド・クルーズかホシュ・ホアリーにしてくれないか?

  • WEAR A STUPID HAT THAT SAYS SEDITIONIST ON TOP?

    上にセディショニストと書いてある馬鹿げた帽子を被る?

  • THEY HAVE TO FACE THE CORNER.

    THEY HAVE TO FACE THE CORNER.

  • THERE HAS TO BE A STAIN THAT DOESN'T LEAVE THEM AS A JUDGMENT

    判決として残すことのできないステインがなければなりません。

  • OF HISTORY.

    OF HISTORY.

  • >> AT THE END OF THE DAY, THE CRISIS IS YOU HAVE A PRESIDENT

    >> AT THE END OF THE DAY, THE CRISIS IS YOU HAVE A PRESIDENT

  • WHO GAVE US A BIG, BIG LIE THAT HE WON THE ELECTION BY A LAND

    誰が私たちに大きな、大きな嘘を与えたのか 彼は土地によって選挙に勝ったということ

  • SLIDE WHEN, IN FACT, HE LOST, AND THEN YOU HAVE A WHOLE LOT OF

    スライドでは、実際には、彼は負けた、そして、あなたは全体のロットを持っています。

  • PEOPLE, NOT JUST CRUZ AND HAWLEY, WHO TID NOT SAY WHAT IS

    人は、クルスとホーリーだけではなく、誰が何が何であるかを言わない。

  • SIMPLY THE TRUTH, HEY, PEOPLE RUN IN ELECTIONS AND LOSE.

    単純に真実、ヘイ、人々は選挙で実行し、失う。

  • I'VE WON, SOMETIMES YOU WIN.

    I'VE WON, SOMETIMES YOU WIN.

  • H LOST THE ELECTION, PERIOD, END OF DISCUSSION, AND WE HAD

    Hは選挙を失いました 議論の終わり、そして私たちは持っていました

  • VERY VERY VERY FEW SENATORS WHO MADE THAT STATEMENT.

    非常に非常に非常に非常に上院議員の中でこの声明を出した人はほとんどいません。

  • >> Stephen: ONCE THE NEWEST SNRRTS ARE SWORN?

    >> スティーブン:最新のSNRRTSの誓いを立てた時?

  • -- SENATORS ARE SWORN IN, THE DEMOCRATS, YOU CONFERENCING WITH

    -- 上院議員の宣誓式が行われ、民主党との協議が行われた。

  • THEM, WILL HAVE CONTROL OF THE SENATE, AND YOU WILL BE THE NEW

    THEM, WILL HAVE CONTROL OF THE SENATE, AND YOU WILL BE THE NEW

  • CHAIR OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE.

    CHAIR OF THE BUDGET COMMITTEE.

  • THAT'S YOUR FIRST PRIORITY?

    THAT'S YOUR FIRST PRIORITY?

  • >> MY FIRST PRIORITY IS TO WORK ON A COMPREHENSIVE

    >> MY FIRST PRIORITY IS TO WORK ON A COMPREHENSIVE

  • RECONCILIATION BILL, WITHOUT GETTING INTO ALL THE RULES OF

    RECONCILIATION BILL, WITHOUT GETTING INTO ALL THE RULES OF

  • THE SENATE.

    上院

  • THIS IS A MEANS BY WHICH WE CAN PASS VERY SIGNIFICANT

    これは、私たちが非常に重要なものを渡すことができる方法です。

  • LEGISLATION WITH A MAJORITY, WITH 51 VOTES AND NOT WITH 60.

    LEGISLATION WITH A MAJORITY, WITH 51 VOTES AND NOT WITH 60.

  • AND I'M GOING TO MAKE THAT RECONCILIATION BILL AS BOLD AND

    そして、私はその再結合法案を太字にして

  • AGGRESSIVE AS I POSSIBLY CAN.

    可能な限り積極的に。

  • WE FACE MORE CRISES TODAY THAN ANYTIME IN THE MODERN HISTORY OF

    WE FACE MORE CRISES TODAY THAN ANYTIME IN THE MODERN HISTORY OF

  • THIS COUNTRY.

    THIS COUNTRY.

  • IT'S NOT JUST THE TERRIBLE PANDEMIC WHICH HAS CLAIMED

    訴えているのは、ひどいパンデミックだけではありません。

  • ALMOST 400,000 LIVES, IT IS MASSIVE UNEMPLOYMENT, MILLIONS

    40万人以上の生活、それは大規模な失業、数百万人です。

  • OF PEOPLE UNABLE TO FEED THEIR KIDS, PEOPLE WHO ARE BEING EIC

    子供に食事を与えられない人のうち、EICを受けている人の割合は?

  • EVICTED, PEOPLE WHO CAN'T GO TO THE DOCTOR BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO

    射殺された人は医者に行くことができない 彼らは何も持っていないので

  • HEALTHCARE.

    ヘルスケア。

  • WHAT WE HAVE TO DO IS RESPOND TO THE PAIN THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE

    WHAT WE HAVE TO DO IS RESPOND TO THE PAIN THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE

  • FEELING, WHICH IS ENORMOUS RIGHT NOW.

    FEELING, WHICH IS ENORMOUS RIGHT NOW.

  • PEOPLE ARE LOSING FAITH IN GOVERNMENT.

    国民は政府への信頼を失っています。

  • WE HAVE TO RESTORE THE FAITH BY SAYING, YOU KNOW WHAT?

    WE HAVE TO RESTORE THE FAITH BY SAYING, YOU KNOW WHAT?

  • WE HEAR YOUR PAIN AND WE'RE GOING TO RESPOND IN A BOLD

    あなたの痛みを聞いて、私たちは盲目的に対応します

  • MANNER AND, IN ADDITION TO THAT, PROBABLY IN A SECOND

    それに加えて、おそらく第二の方法では

  • RECONCILIATION BILL, WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH SOME OF THE SYSTEMIC,

    RECONCILIATION BILL, WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH SOME OF THE SYSTEMIC,

  • LONG-TERM, ONGOING PROBLEMS FACING THIS COUNTRY.

    長期的、継続的な問題は、この国に直面しています。

  • PEOPLE CAN'T LIVE ON $10 AN HOUR.

    人は1時間に10ドルでは生きていけない。

  • WE'VE GOT TO RAISE THE MINIMUM-WAGE TO A LIVING WAGE.

    最低賃金を生活賃金に引き上げなければなりません。

  • INSANE WE ARE THE ONLY MAJOR COUNTRY ON EARTH NOT TO HAVE

    INSANE WE ARE THE ONLY MAJOR COUNTRY ON EARTH NOT TO HAVE

  • GUARANTEED HEALTHCARE TO ALL, OR HAVE PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL

    GUARANTEED HEALTHCARE TO ALL, OR HAVE PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL

  • LEAVE.

    LEAVE.

  • WE'VE GOT TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGE, WITH COUNTRIES AROUND

    WE'VE GOT TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGE, WITH COUNTRIES AROUND

  • THE WORLD, OR WE'RE NOT LEAVING MUCH TO OUR KIDS OR

    世界、または私たちは私たちの子供たちに多くを残していません。

  • GRANDCHILDREN.

    グランドチルドレン

  • IN OTHER WORDS, AT THIS PARTICULAR MOMENT IN HISTORY,

    他の言葉で言えば、歴史の中のこの特別な瞬間に。

  • CONGRESS WILL HAVE TO RISE UP AND BE EXTREMELY BOLD IN

    CONGRESS WILL HAVE TO RISE UP AND BE EXTREMELY BOLD IN

  • ADDRESSING THE MAJOR CRISES FACING WORKING FAMILIES AND THE

    家族と社会が直面する重大な危機への対応

  • MIDDLE CLASS AND I INTEND TO BE ACTIVE IN THAT PROCESS.

    ミドルクラスと私はその過程で積極的に行動するつもりです。

  • >> Stephen: PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN RELEASED

    >> スティーブン大統領エレクト・バイデンが発表されました

  • THE RESCUE PLAN.

    THE RESCUE PLAN.

  • CAN YOU GIVE US AN IDEA OF WHAT IT CONTAINS?

    CAN YOU GIVE US AN IDEA OF WHAT IT CONTAINS?

  • > IT'S A SERIOUS START.

    > IT'S A SERIOUS START.

  • AMONG OTHER THINGS, IN LOOKING AGENT THE PANDEMIC, IT SAYS WE

    他のものの中で、パンデミックのエージェントを探して、それは私たちを言います。

  • NEED TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE ALL OF THE VACCINE PRODUCTION WE

    NEED TO MAKE SURE WE HAVE ALL OF THE VACCINE PRODUCTION WE

  • POSSIBLY CAN TO MAKE SURE THAT WE GET THE VACCINES OUT AROUND

    可能性としては、私たちが周りにあるVACCINESを確実に入手するために

  • THE COUNTRY.

    THE COUNTRY.

  • WE NEED A LOT BETTER JOB DISTRIBUTING THOSE VACCINES,

    WE NEED A LOT BETTER JOB DISTRIBUTING THOSE VACCINES,

  • GETTING THE ARMS INTO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

    アメリカ国民の中に武器を手に入れる。

  • WE ARE NOT DOING THAT RIGHT NOW.

    WE ARE NOT DOING THAT RIGHT NOW.

  • BIDEN'S PLAN ALSO UNDERSTANDS THAT THE ECONOMY IS IN SHAMBLES

    BIDEN'S PLAN ALSO UNDERSTANDS THE ECONOMY IS IN SHAMBLES

  • AND THAT WE NEED EMERGENCY RELIEF FOR WORKING FAMILIES.

    家族のための緊急時の救済が必要なんだ

  • HE IS SUPPORTIVE OF ANOTHER $1,400 ON TOP OF THE $600 WE

    600ドルに加えて、もう1,400ドルを支持しています。

  • PROVPROVIDED IN THE LAST BILL FO WORKING CLASS ADULTS AND THEIR

    就労クラスの大人とその子供たちのための最後の法案で提供されています。

  • KIDS, EXTENDING UNEMPLOYMENT, MAKING SURE THAT SMALL

    子供、失業の延長、小さなことを確実にすること

  • BUSINESSES ARE ABLE TO SURVIVE.

    BUSINESSES ARE ABLE TO SURVIVE.

  • SO, YOU KNOW, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO TAKE A LOT OF HARD LOOK

    SO, YOU KNOW, WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO TAKE A LOT OF HARD LOOK

  • AT THE AT THE TAILS, BUT IT IS A VERY GOOD START IN ADDRESSING

    AT THE TAILS, BUT IT IS A VERY GOOD START IN ADDRESSING in the TAILS.

  • THE PANDEMIC CRISIS AND THE ECONOMIC CRISIS WE NOW FACE.

    THE PANDEMIC CRISIS AND THE ECONOMIC CRISIS WE NOW FACE.

  • >> Stephen: IF I COULD MAKE JUST TWO SUGGESTIONS, AND YOU

    >> スティーブン:もし私が2つの提案をすることができるとしたら、あなたはそれをすることができます。

  • CAN SAY YOU GO TO HELL, STEPHEN COLBERT, BUT MY TWO SUGGESTIONS

    CAN SAY YOU GO TO HELL, STEPHEN COLBERT, BUT MY TWO SUGGESTIONS

  • WOULD BE THIS, ONE, PLEASE DO SOMETHING ABOUT VOTING RIGHTS

    WOULD BE THIS, ONE, PLEASE DOETHING SOMETHING ABOUT VOTING RIGHTS (投票権について)

  • BECAUSE THERE IS ONE PARTY IN THIS COUNTRY WHO WANTS TO GET

    BECAUSE THERE IS ONE PARTY IN THIS COUNTRY WHO WANTS TO GET

  • INTO OFFICE AND PULL UP THE LADDER BEHIND THEM, AND IT IS

    オフィスに入って、彼らの後ろにある梯子を引き上げると、それがあります。

  • VERY IMPORTANT THAT WHATEVER GAINS YOU MAKE ARE MAINTAINED BY

    VERY IMPORTANT THAT WHATEVER GAINS YOU MAKE ARE MAINTAINED BY

  • FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS OR TOSSED OUT BY FREE AND FAIR

    自由で公正な選挙か、自由で公正な選挙で投げ出されたか

  • ELECTIONS, WHATEVER.

    選挙なんでもありだ

  • THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DECIDE.

    THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DECIDE.

  • BUT IF OUR VOTING RIGHTS ARE NOT PROTECTED -- AND I DON'T KNOW

    しかし、もし私たちの投票権が保護されていないとしたら、私は知らない。

  • WHAT CAN BE DONE ON A FEDERAL LEVEL --

    連邦レベルで何ができるのか--。

  • >> A LOT CAN BE DONE, STEPHEN.

    >> 多くのことができるわ

  • YOUR POINT IS WELL TAKEN.

    君の言いたいことはよく分かった

  • LOOK, AMONG THE MANY OTHER CRISES WE'RE FACING NOW,

    見てください、私たちが今直面している他の多くの危機の中で。

  • OBVIOUSLY LED BY TRUMP, THERE IS A CHALLENGE, A FIERCE EFFORT TO

    トランプに導かれて、挑戦があり、激しい努力があります。

  • UNDERSTOOD MINE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY AND THE RESPONSE HAS

    鉱山アメリカ民主主義を理解し、その応答は持っている

  • GOT TO BE THAT WE'RE CREATING A MORE VIBRANT DEMOCRACY WHICH

    私たちは、より鮮明な民主主義を創造しているということでなければなりません。

  • MEANS EVERYONE HAS A RIGHT TO VOTE.

    MEANS EVERYONE HAS A RIGHT TO VOTE.

  • WE WON'T HAVE TO WAIT IN LINE, DEAL WITH VOTER SUPPRESSION.

    WE WON'T HAVE TO WAIT IN LINE, DEAL WITH VOTER SUPPRESSION.

  • WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH CITIZENS UNITED AND THE ABILITY OF

    連合市民とその能力に対処しなければなりません。

  • BILLIONAIRES TO BUY ELECTIONS.

    BILLIONAIRES TO BUY ELECTIONS.

  • BUT HOW WE CREATE A SITUATION WHERE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO

    BUT HOW WE CREATE A SITUATION WHERE ALL THE PEOPLE WHO

  • UNDERSTAND THE POLITICAL PROCESS CAN VOTE AS EASILY AS POSSIBLE

    政治的プロセスを理解し、できるだけ簡単に投票することができます。

  • AND THOSE ARE FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS, ABSOLUTELY A VERY

    これは自由で公正な選挙であり、絶対的に非常に

  • HIGH PRIORITY.

    優先順位が高い

  • >> Stephen: BACK WITH MORE SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS.

    >> ♪BACK WITH MORE SENATOR BERNIE SANDERS.

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