Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is struggling in her bid for the Democrat nomination for president.  Her poll numbers and fundraising are nosediving.  Her response? Let’s dance!

At a campaign stop Thursday, Warren got her groove on.

The cringeworthy dance moves quickly earned wide-spread mockery on social media, much of it from the Bernie-supporting far left.

The left has to left, so of course Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) hopped on the sexism bandwagon to defend Warren.

Progressive self-described YouTuber Kyle Kulinski responded to the implied accusation, insisting that his trolling of Warren about her strange dance moves is about policy, not sexism.  (We won’t tell him how that argument plays out with the extremist left. He’ll find out all on his own.)

The Inquistr reports:

Progressive commentator Kyle Kulinski trolled Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday for the dances moves she recently busted out on the campaign trail. In response, Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker appeared to imply that Kulinski’s attack on the Massachusetts senator was rooted in sexism.

. . . . “And while we’re on the topic. My reason for not supporting Warren in the primary (f*cking obviously) has nothing to do with her super goofy dance. It’s completely policy based & strategy based.

. . . . Progressive commentator and The Hill’s Rising co-host Krystal Ball defended Kulinski, claiming that his mockery is “equally applied across gender and race.” Her co-host, Saagar Enjeti, opted instead to troll Booker, appearing to suggest that he was aiming to gain a position on Warren’s 2020 ticket as vice president.

“Hope she sees this bro,” Enjeti tweeted.

Kulinski posted examples of his previous trolling of Booker’s dad jokes as well as Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s dance to Twitter. He also took the chance to plug one of the episodes of his eponymous show in which he explains his reasoning behind supporting Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders over Warren.

For some reason Warren didn’t learn her lesson about trying to fake looking real with her infamous beer-drinking video.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, she’s also playing Dear Abby for teenagers.


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