Orders for a Bernie Sanders action figure, complete with the U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful’s signature slouch, open mouth and accusatory pointed finger, were flooding in from fans on Thursday, months ahead of the toy’s delivery date in July.
Brooklyn product design company FCTRY created a prototype for the 6-inch (15-cm) tall plastic version of the Vermont senator and started a Kickstarter campaign with a goal of raising $15,000 to fund production.
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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders usually keeps his Jewish identity on the down-low. He sometimes describes his parents as Polish, not Jewish, immigrants. His campaign won’t confirm his stint on a kibbutz in the 1960s. At most, he’ll allow that he expresses his Jewishness by finding common cause with the oppressed.
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