Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren, the candidate who announced her run for president in a disastrous Instagram live video, has no one to blame but herself for coming in third place in the Democratic Party primary election in her home state of Massachusetts.
From the lie about her Native American heritage that helped her to get in line in front of other applicants when she got her teaching job at Harvard, that helped her to earn her the nickname, “Pocohantas,” from President Trump, Warren has been caught in a series of cringe-worthy and embarrassing videos while on the campaign trail.
Here’s Elizabeth Warren early on in her campaign, dragging her grandchild across the stage like a rag doll for a photo op.
In her attempt to prove her Native American heritage, pathological liar, Elizabeth Warren hired a genetic specialist to prove President Trump was falsely accusing her of lying. The DNA test was performed by a company founded by her ex-husband. The results were laughable, proving Warren was 1/1024th Native American, proving that she’s actually less Indian than the average European-American.
Elizabeth Warren, the liberal Massachusetts senator whose lackluster campaign has been losing steam over the past couple of months, came in third place in the Democratic Primary election on Super Tuesday, in her home state of Massachusetts. Today, Warren’s campaign announced she’s dropping out of the presidential race.
WSJ reports – “We didn’t reach our goal, but what we have done together—what you have done—has made a lasting difference,” Ms. Warren said Thursday on a call with her campaign staff. “It’s not the scale of the difference we wanted to make, but it matters—and the changes will have ripples for years to come.”
Mr. Biden and Ms. Warren spoke by phone on Wednesday, a Biden campaign aide said without giving any details of the conversation. Mr. Sanders said on Wednesday that he had spoken to Ms. Warren; he declined to say whether he had asked for her endorsement.
The Massachusetts lawmaker was the last remaining woman out of the candidates who had been in the top tier in polls.
Only moments ago, in a press conference, Senator Warren announced that she’s leaving the race. The big question the media asked, is who will Warren endorse? Will she endorse the 79-year-old Socialist candidate, and recent heart-attack survivor, Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT)?
Earlier this week, actor James Woods shared a video of Bernie Sanders’s supporters threatening violence and chaos to obtain the objectives of socialism in America, offering a sneak peek into a look at what a Bernie Sanders America would look like
If you’re confused why we have the #SecondAmendment to the Constitution of the United States, listen to #BernieSanders’ field operatives and their plans for you. Live sound. On video. No escaping the truth… #FeelTheBern pic.twitter.com/karGeWvc9P
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) March 3, 2020
Or will Sanders endorse the 78-year-old candidate and former vice president Joe Biden, who continues to show clear warning signs of dementia, is also dealing with ongoing questions about his role in helping his unqualified son obtain a seat on the board of Ukrainian energy company, Burisma? There’s also the little problem of Joe Biden and his inability to keep his hands off young girls and women.
Here’s a recent video of Joe Biden struggling to read a few lines on a piece of paper.
Sanders told the media she needs a little time to make her decision about who she’ll endorse. Many believe she is vying for a VP spot on one of their campaigns and will hold off on her endorsement until she gets one of them to commit.
Here’s a portion of her press conference, where a reporter asked her about being left with”two, white men” in the race. Warren’s response was, “One of the hardest parts of this is … all those little girls who are going to have to wait four more years. That’s gonna be hard.”
Elizabeth Warren on the Democratic nomination coming down to two men: "One of the hardest parts of this is … all those little girls who are going to have to wait four more years. That's gonna be hard." pic.twitter.com/norpM7ggaX
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 5, 2020
Outside of Bernie Sanders’s time spent living off the government dole, both men have spent their entire lives in politics. Are there any better examples of the false “diversity” and “change” platform within the Democratic Party?