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    Elizabeth Warren’s Embarrassing Massachusetts Loss Exposes Her Fawning Media Fans

    Elizabeth Warren’s Embarrassing Massachusetts Loss Exposes Her Fawning Media Fans

    Let’s look back on some of the slobbering magazine covers.

    As we commemorate Elizabeth Warren’s Super Tuesday loss in Massachusetts, it’s important to note that she not only lost the state she represents in the United States Senate, she came in third.

    Now is also a great time to remember the role the liberal media played in supporting her. Journalists made up a significant portion of her base.

    Last night I took a walk down memory lane on Twitter:

    And let’s not forget her defenders at the Boston Globe, who she loved to cite whenever dubious questions about her past arose:

    Liberals and progressives of every stripe are now calling on Warren to drop out of the race. Some of them want her to endorse Bernie Sanders, others want her to back Joe Biden.

    It won’t matter what she does. The voters of Massachusetts have already proved that she was always more important to people in the DC/NY media bubble than average Americans.


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    MAJack | March 4, 2020 at 2:32 pm

    Lizzie is on the trail of tears…

    smalltownoklahoman | March 4, 2020 at 4:02 pm

    Warren’s best chance now is that something happens to Biden, Sanders, or both that knocks them out of the running before the convention. Hey they’re both pretty old guys so I wouldn’t be surprised if either had a medical situation occur before summer.

    farmermom | March 8, 2020 at 9:38 am

    I have never heard Warren say one thing positive about the US or the American people. She is totally negative.
    I watched Trump’s Scranton town hall. All positivity and optimism. Love for America and it’s people.
    One would have to be pretty sick to prefer her, but I guess there are lots of those–such as the NYTimes and their lying 1619 project.

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