2020 Democrat Elizabeth Warren is running an interesting campaign to become the next president.
In many ways, she aligns with Bernie Sanders and unlike some of her rivals, Warren has made no moves to brand herself as moderate. In fact, like Sanders, Warren proudly embraces being as extreme and far-left as possible.
A considerable faction of the Democrat Party has somehow convinced themselves that this is the best strategy for defeating President Trump and regaining power.
Despite Warren’s similarities with Sanders, she has consistently trailed behind him. Reports from Fox News furthermore confirm that Warren is gradually backing away from Medicare-for-All as her campaign continues to tank.
Why Warren Shifted Gears on Her Medicare-for-All Support
The 2020 Democrat landed in a considerable amount of hot water for outrightly lying about Medicare-for-All. While even Sanders admitted that this plan would raise taxes on the middle class, Warren couldn’t follow suit. Instead, she parroted the tired left-wing lie which asserted that only the wealthy would see a tax hike.
As Warren travels across the country, she’s not only toning down the Medicare-for-All support, but also engaging in more face-to-face interactions with Democrat voters. This largely includes taking more questions, although the strategy backfired on Warren during her time in New Hampshire.
When asked about her prior lies of being Native American, Warren was forced to admit that she’s not a “person of color” or a “citizen of a tribe.” The 2020 Democrat moreover went on to assert that she’s apologized for “harm” that she’s inflicted upon “tribal citizenship, tribal sovereignty.”
What’s Next for Warren?
Earlier this month, Joe Biden stated that Warren makes his list of possible running mates if he wins the Democrat Party’s nomination. With weeks left until primary voting, Warren will continue attempts to further what’s left of her presidential campaign.
At this time, she does qualify to appear on the sixth Democrat debate stage; that debate will take place on December 19. Warren will join Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, and other qualifying candidates to debate on the various issues.
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