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Elizabeth Warren Tag

So this has been Elizabeth Warren's endgame since it became clear several months ago that she would not win the Democratic presidential nomination. Warren stayed in the race long enough to siphon off enough support for Bernie on Super Tuesday to hand Biden the nomination. Bernie supporters called her a snake. The snake emoji became the symbol of Berner fury at Warren.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) endorsed presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Vice President Joe Biden. Warren did not receive as much hate as she did when she did not endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) after he dropped out, but it looks like a "Never Biden" movement might make some waves like the "Never Hillary" people in 2016.

One of Elizabeth Warren's key 2020 presidential campaign pledges was eschewing big money donors and PACs, claiming they were dangerous to democracy. Of course, this didn't stop her from transferring over from her Senate campaign big money from big donors, nor did it stop her campaign from holding big dollar fundraisers with a cardboard cutout in place of Warren herself.

I don't have many trigger words, but after today, I am adding sexism and misogyny. That is why Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) had to drop out of the presidential race, right? Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi believes there is an "element of misogyny" in presidential races that keeps females from obtaining the Oval Office.

Hundreds of Native Americans recently demanded Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) renounce any claim to Native American ancestry and admit that her family lore stories were false. This led Fox News anchor Bret Baier to ask 2020 Democrat presidential hopeful Sen. Amy Klobuchar (MN), during her town hall appearance on Fox News, if Warren should do drop those claims.

Since day one, Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential candidacy has revolved around her promoting herself as the most principled and unconventional candidate of all those running. In fact, it's her whole shtick. She's claimed she would never take campaign donations from big money donors and would never accept help from super PACs. And for candidates who did, her criticism was fast and furious.