As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders campaign in New York ahead of the state's primary later this month, more than 16,000 people gathered in St. Mary's Park in the South Bronx for a Sanders rally on Thursday. He spoke alongside film director Spike Lee and actress and activist Rosario Dawson, known for her roles in "Kids" and many other films, including "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For." Amy Goodman caught up with Dawson after the rally to discuss why she supports Bernie Sanders. "It's a revolution," Dawson says, noting the corporate media has failed to fairly cover his platform. She also discusses the rise of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. "He isn't the problem," she says. "There is a lot of stuff been going on for many years that has gotten out of control."
Of course the corporate media favours The Establishment. The media is owned by The Establishment. Poor people don't own television stations.