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Elizabeth Warren Tag

Mike Bloomberg had a terrible night at the Las Vegas debate. On that point, I'm in agreement with the conventional wisdom. I'm not in agreement that he is done as a candidate, assuming he's still willing to spend an additional half-billion dollars on advertising, paying social media 'influencers' to hype him, and buying up Democrat policitians and media.

I am continually mystified by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's horrific political instincts.  As her campaign began to stall, she decided to go after fellow Democrats who were beating her in fundraising and polling. As a result, she was so thoroughly owned by former South Bend, Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg during the December Democrat debate that I was surprised when she claimed that socialist Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders told her a woman couldn't win the presidency.

As if we needed more evidence of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's lack of self-awareness. After a brutal finish in Iowa and New Hampshire Warren thought it wise to brag about taking half of a college student's last $6. Instead of praise, those on Twitter lashed out at Warren.

When Beto was still in the race, he was mocked for having what became a test balloon campaign, throwing anything and everything at the wall to see what stuck. His campaign turned into a joke and he was viewed (is viewed) as wholly unserious. Elizabeth Warren seems to be following an adjacent path. Most recently, Warren vowed to release all Trump documents related to the impeachment inquiry.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is becoming noticeably desperate in her grasping attempts to stall the freefall her campaign is experiencing in both polls and fundraising. Not only did she pick—and lose—an unnecessary fight with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) over a sexist comment he supposedly made to her, but now she is pledging to fill her cabinet with 'women and nonbinary people.'

On Friday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) claimed to be "the only one running for president whose actually been on the executive side." This is clearly false given that former Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) was . . . well, vice president.  Not to mention that Michael Bloomberg (D-NY), Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and Pete Buttigieg (D-IN) are all former mayors.

Just when you thought the on-going feud between Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) couldn't possibly become more absurd, it does.  Bernie has been accused by CNN, who relayed the message from the Warren campaign, of saying that a woman could not win the presidency. Only die-hard Warren supporters appear to believe Warren (or CNN).