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Citation From the February 27, 2020, edition of Fox News' Outnumbered Overtime

HARRIS FAULKNER (HOST): Real quickly, 2020 Democrats, what the president said that we were starting to see some pressure even before the coronavirus because the markets reacting to a socialist possibly being the Democratic nominee in Bernie Sanders 

CHARLES PAYNE (FOX BUSINESS HOST): And the one place I look for that is in the health insurance companies, because essentially Bernie Sanders says he is going to wipe out the entire industry. We will not need health insurance. 

FAULKNER: And take away our private insurance.

PAYNE: Right, so he is going to knock that completely out, so that's your proxy for that. And to Nancy Pelosi's point, she’s right, the market started going down before the debate. It started going down when he became the clear favorite in all the betting areas, in all of the polls, when he started to take off, that's when that one area of the market got weak. And people on Wall Street are taking Bernie seriously. I don't know that people are making major moves outside of health insurance stocks, but people are worried, they're worried.