On December 31, 2018, Elizabeth Warren dropped a Twitter video, officially kicking off her campaign. She was the first in, and she was doomed from the start.
Even back then, her numbers didn’t line up, and raised quite a few eyebrows. When Warren entered the race in 2018, Washington Post noted that Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, garnered more votes than Warren in her own state, in November 2018. Even back then, a Massachusetts survey showed her trailing both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
And guess what? That’s exactly what happened. The polls were right.
Warren has all the personality defects of Mike Bloomberg, without the cash to back it up. She’s arrogant, without a shred of self-awareness, and wears an air of phoniness about her like it was cheap perfume. Voters smell it a mile away.
Now all the crows have roosted. Warren has nothing to gain–no path to the nomination. At 34 delegates, she even trails Bloomberg.
Stubbornly, even deluded, she spouts ridiculousness.
Warren appeared set on remaining in the race, at least for now. Speaking to supporters in Detroit ahead of next week’s Michigan primary, she introduced herself as “the woman who’s going to beat Donald Trump.” She encouraged supporters to tune out the results and vote for the person they believed would be the best president, saying: “Prediction has been a terrible business and the pundits have gotten it wrong over and over.”
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