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Warren is arguing her electability.

She’s positive she can unite and excite the Democrat voter.

No need to fear Democrats: Elizabeth Warren is ready to unite the party under her definition of progressionism.

As Alex Thompson at Politico reports:

Polling frequently shows she’s the second choice not just of Sanders voters, but of Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg supporters, too.

And because the polling is indicating she’s everyone’s second favorite candidate, she wants all Democrat voters to believe that she is best positioned to bring the party back together. Oh, and she thinks she can excite voters more than the other guys and is therefore more electable.

I’m of the opinion that not many of the current Democrat candidates are really electable. Whether personality, policy proposals, or campaign trail gaffes, not one of the front runners truly appears to be the person best able to make that argument.

While Warren is making this pitch, the truth is that she agrees with Bernie Sanders on many policy proposals, and some even more dangerous to the viability of the country moving forward. Her most egregious example being a wealth tax, a blatantly unconstitutional proposal. She also supports Medicare for All.

She has also sidestepped how she plans to pay for all the policies included in her platform.

So while Democrat voters may be happy with Warren as a potential 2020 candidate, there are still plenty of voters in that party who don’t want the programs Warren is pushing.

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