U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is running for president in 2020, and as expected, he is focusing his campaign on his signature $15 minimum wage initiative. However, contrary to what Bernie Bros think, a forced increase in basic wage could lead to a drastic decline in jobs growth, cripple small businesses, and trigger an overall slowdown in the economy.

Just ask South Korea.

South Korea Just Went Through the Bernie Sanders Basic Wage Initiative

According to ABC News, Bernie Sanders will kick off the official start to his presidential campaign by calling for Medicare-for-all, a $15 minimum wage, and an urgent request to deal with climate change.

Democrat congresspeople, most notably Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, have consistently pitched Medicare and climate change initiatives in the past several months, and – via the Green New Deal – they have become the flagship propositions of many Democrats.

The $15 basic minimum wage as proposed by Bernie Sanders, however, has not been touched on as extensively as the other two initiatives and when enforced, it could cause the U.S. economy to dwindle, similar to the effect it has had on South Korea.

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