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Have you noticed that Elizabeth Warren keeps putting herself in front of every new current thing? When Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter was the hot story, she put herself front and center, then did the same thing with abortion. Do you think this is a coincidence, or is it more likely that Warren is trying to remind Democrat voters that she is standing by, ready to jump in when they drop Biden?

Elizabeth Warren is suddenly very interested in who owns and runs Twitter now that Elon Musk is taking it over. She wasn't interested when conservatives were being thrown off the platform or when it was used to suppress a story that might damage Biden, but now she's deeply concerned about one person having so much power. This is par for the course for Warren, who loves to put herself in the middle of national news stories.

This is really something else. Far be it from the Biden administration to accept any responsibility for sky-high grocery prices, instead, they're blaming Big Meat. In a question regarding inflated price of everything, Press Sec Psaki blamed, "the greed of meat conglomerates." Really.

Millions of Americans are disgusted by the way the withdrawal from Afghanistan was handled, but not Senator Elizabeth Warren. During a recent appearance on MSNBC, she described it as an "amazing undertaking." She acknowledges the challenges and mentions the service member from Massachusetts who was killed, but she is very restrained about the disastrous aspects of it. The only thing she gets right is praising the military for the job they did.

It's been quite a while since we've checked in on Senator Elizabeth Warren. She hasn't been up to very much since her failed run for president in 2020. Now she is lending her voice to the effort to save California Governor Gavin Newsom from being recalled because there's nothing Warren loves more than anything that can draw her focus away from her job in Massachusetts.
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