ust days after endorsing congressional candidate Cenk Uygur, Sen. Bernie Sanders withdrew his endorsement for the Democrat running to replace disgraced congresswoman Katie Hill in California. The move came after more vulgar comments Uygur has made came to light. Uygur, the creator and host of the far left wing YouTube channel, The Young Turks is no stranger to controversy as his checkered political past goes all the way back to the early 90s.

Going back through Uugur’s writing, radio, and internet catalogue, it is not hard to find MANY offensive statements he has made in the past. The comments that led to Sanders jumping ship included his ranking women on a scale of 1 to 10 as to how likely men would be to perform oral sex on them. He also used the “n-word” multiple times on a 2007 show.

These comments are just the tip of the iceberg with Uygur and it should come as no surprise that he has said thing like this. The co-chair of Sander’s campaign, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) went on CNN as the news of the comments broke and defended them by saying, ““If people acknowledge their mistakes…they should be given a chance to still participate.” In that same interview, he said Hill should not have had to resign in the first place and that she still has a “big future”.