Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks during a campaign event, Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, in Grimes, Iowa. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Last night had a fun twist that had Sen. Elizabeth Warren, once touted as the way forward for the Democrat party and chosen one to defeat the heinous and dreaded Orange Man, couldn’t even place in the top three. Her only consolation is that she placed ahead of the former “sure thing,” Joe Biden, but that’s like saying you placed in front of the guy who kept intentionally spraining his ankle during the race.
Warren is done. I think we can all read the smoke signals, and they all say that Fauxcahontas is more or less an afterthought, especially since afterthought Sen. Amy Klobuchar placed ahead of her.
While Warren’s campaign has been a fun roller coaster to watch, it was always destined to end in a crash. Even if she had, through some dark miracle, gained the nomination from the Democrat party, she still would have had to face off against President Donald Trump, and he’s proven he can control and manipulate her very easily.