Elizabeth Warren has her 2020 mojo back

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Elizabeth Warren’s presidential bid started with a few stumbles. Here’s how she revived her campaign to become a 2020 frontrunner.
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    SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:

    Poll: Sanders and Warren tied for second behind Biden
    https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/06/19/2020-democrat-rankings-poll-warren-sanders-nr-vpx.cnn
    Elizabeth Warren's rise opens a new chapter in the progressive primary
    https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/19/politics/bernie-sanders-risk-elizabeth-warren-rise/index.html
    Why Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test totally backfired
    https://www.faceclips.net/video/J2PAVv5so2s/video.html
    Warren: Biden is wrong on the Hyde Amendment
    https://www.msnbc.com/all-in/watch/warren-biden-is-wrong-on-the-hyde-amendment-61393989838
    2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination- Real Clear Politics
    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2020/president/us/2020_democratic_presidential_nomination-6730.html
    Elizabeth Warren – CNN Town Hall
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1903/18/se.01.html
    How Elizabeth Warren Learned to Fight
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/24/us/politics/elizabeth-warren-republican-conservative-democrat.html
    Corporate Tax Avoidance Remains Rampant Under New Tax Law
    https://itep.org/notadime/
    Elizabeth Warren – The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
    http://www.cc.com/video-clips/ecpfjd/the-daily-show-with-jon-stewart-elizabeth-warren-pt--1
    Elizabeth Warren is Completely serious
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/17/magazine/elizabeth-warren-president.html

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  • CNN

    CNN

     4 months ago +106

    Hi. Chris here-- Elizabeth Warren’s campaign reboot has her near the top of the polls. Will it be enough to clinch the 2020 Democratic nomination?

  • David Dawson

    David Dawson

     14 days ago

    Socialist

  • Glenn Morris

    Glenn Morris

     28 days ago

    Another wealth bashing socialist
    With not a clue how American economic development functions.

  • soursop1972

    soursop1972

     1 months ago

    Hi I am Elizabeth Warren and I use to a Republican, I also voted for Reagan twice.

  • icdab ty

    icdab ty

     1 months ago +2

    Medicare for all is like a hospital gown, you just think you're covered.

  • ActsisMMLJ CorrectlyObeyed

    ActsisMMLJ CorrectlyObeyed

     1 months ago

    Why doesn't Trump wear glasses? Because he's got 2020!❤❤❤👌👌👌🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  • Walter Tomaszkiewicz

    Walter Tomaszkiewicz

     1 months ago

    She drinks beer !

  • Walter Tomaszkiewicz

    Walter Tomaszkiewicz

     1 months ago

    Nope!

  • The Engineer

    The Engineer

     1 months ago

    There are logical reasons as to why Warren is not a good candidate when you have Bernie and his immaculate agenda ready to go. See below:
    1) Warren voted for Ben Carson to be the head of Housing and Urban Development in the first round. Then later changed her mind one after her base stormed in with a political backlash; She gave no reason for the vote and was talked out of her terrible decision. Bernie did not vote for Ben Carson on the 1st go round.

    2) Warren admitted the DNC rigged the primary for Hillary 2016 on CNN. Days later she said she misspoke, and it was not rigged.

    3) Warren does not want to eliminate medical debt. Bernie does want to eliminate medical debt.

    4) Warren does not want to eliminate total student loan debt. Bernie does want to eliminate student loan debt.

    5) Warren voted for Trump’s bloated military budget (beyond what the Pentagon wanted). Bernie did not vote for it.

    6) Also, Warren has raised money for the military-industrial complex and done favors for them such as Raytheon. Bernie has not raised money nor done favors for the military-industrial complex.

    7) Warren flip-flopped on the intricate development of Medicare for All to allow privatization (corporations) to be involved and make a profit. There is no single-payer in her lesser developed bill, and the phrase noted “increased access”, is code for privatization. Bernie’s MED4ALL bill is “single-payer”.

    8) Warren stated she won’t take big money in the Primary to win over Progressives that do not want their candidate under the sway of corporations and foreign money to ensure the People. Yet, she lied and transferred $10.4M into her Presidential campaign from what she gathered previously over the years in a prelude to her Presidential run. She lied in a scrupulous and devious manner after giving the people her word (of taking no big money)

    9) Warren also stated she will take big corporate money after the Primary once everything is locked in. That is why she is courting big money behind the scenes and doing fundraisers for the DNC now.

    10) Warren did not endorse the progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2016 when he was running. This happened when it was rumored that she would pick up the VP position with Hillary. They did that to push Warren out of the way. They talked her out of her principles easily.

    11) She lied about her ancestry numerous times and brought shame to herself. She is not Native American and not entitled to that noble status.

  • The Engineer

    The Engineer

     1 months ago

    There can only be "the Bern"!!! This is why I cannot vote for Warren:
    1) Warren voted for Ben Carson to be the head of Housing and Urban Development in the first round. Then later changed her mind one after her base stormed in with a political backlash; She gave no reason for the vote and was talked out of her terrible decision. Bernie did not vote for Ben Carson on the 1st go round.

    2) Warren admitted the DNC rigged the primary for Hillary 2016 on CNN. Days later she said she misspoke, and it was not rigged.

    3) Warren does not want to eliminate medical debt. Bernie does want to eliminate medical debt.

    4) Warren does not want to eliminate total student loan debt. Bernie does want to eliminate student loan debt.

    5) Warren voted for Trump’s bloated military budget (beyond what the Pentagon wanted). Bernie did not vote for it.

    6) Also, Warren has raised money for the military-industrial complex and done favors for them such as Raytheon. Bernie has not raised money nor done favors for the military-industrial complex.

    7) Warren flip-flopped on the intricate development of Medicare for All to allow privatization (corporations) to be involved and make a profit. There is no single-payer in her lesser developed bill, and the phrase noted “increased access”, is code for privatization. Bernie’s MED4ALL bill is “single-payer”.

    8) Warren stated she won’t take big money in the Primary to win over Progressives that do not want their candidate under the sway of corporations and foreign money to ensure the People. Yet, she lied and transferred $10.4M into her Presidential campaign from what she gathered previously over the years in a prelude to her Presidential run. She lied in a scrupulous and devious manner after giving the people her word (of taking no big money)

    9) Warren also stated she will take big corporate money after the Primary once everything is locked in. That is why she is courting big money behind the scenes and doing fundraisers for the DNC now.

    10) Warren did not endorse the progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2016 when he was running. This happened when it was rumored that she would pick up the VP position with Hillary. They did that to push Warren out of the way. They talked her out of her principles easily.

    11) She lied about her ancestry numerous times and brought shame to herself. She is not Native American and not entitled to that noble status.

  • Siylence Dogood

    Siylence Dogood

     2 months ago

    She's never had it to begin with. Radical fake native American socialist who lied her way through the ivy league, pretends to be "one of the average people" worth over 8 million and wants to take over private business by force - i.e. socialism...and so much more. Radical Communist in process.

  • Charprim

    Charprim

     2 months ago

    What would be funny if her and Bernie was working together and before she becomes the Dem nominee she tells her voters to follow Bernie and backed him.

  • Nolan Young

    Nolan Young

     2 months ago

    Just another progressive socialist, she just doesn’t bolt out socialist schemes like her fellow socialist do.

  • Stew L

    Stew L

     2 months ago

    H Nero. Af baby.

  • Young Gun

    Young Gun

     2 months ago

    You stupid mainstream morons need to ask Warren to step down before 2020 because if she splits the progressives and fucks Bernie I will never forgive her and It will confirm my suspicions that she is being propped up to make the primary go to a 2nd ballot and then the super delegates will hand the primary over to Biden. And the next 4 years to Trump. Warren was a Republican most of her political career and would be destroyed by Trump In a general. Bernie IS our only chance, Bernie or bust!

  • Ijustcamehere Ijustcamehere

    Ijustcamehere Ijustcamehere

     2 months ago

    CNN has found a new savior......omg...😝😝🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤪

  • Mr. Louis

    Mr. Louis

     2 months ago

    For me there is one dream team: Warren for President and Tulsi for VP

  • Collin Kenney

    Collin Kenney

     2 months ago +2

    Elizabeth Warren? Hahahaha. You fools are going out of business quick.

  • Joe Leicht

    Joe Leicht

     2 months ago

    Warren is a joke who has no chance of winning the primaries, let along the presidency, and it has nothing to do with her "native American" gaffe. Personality - right or wrong - counts TREMENDOUSLY in presidential politics, and Elizabeth is like the weird lady across the alley who always seems to be exasperated about something and wants to come over and tell you her troubles any time she sees you out in your backyard. Nobody outside of Mass. and possibly Calif. will vote for her.

  • Oblique Kick

    Oblique Kick

     2 months ago

    A few big differences between Warren & Bernie:

    Bernie has been committed to Medicare for All from the beginning. Warren only recently declared she is fully supportive of Medicare for all.

    Unlike Warren, Bernie is committed to small donor fundraising even in the General election. Warren has said she would only do small donor fundraising in the Primary, so Bernie won't feel any sort of pressure to bend on his policy stances once elected.

    She originally planned on voting for Ben Carson as Secretary of Housing, but then flip flopped when she was criticized.

    Warren worked to repeal the 'Medical Device Tax' which helped fund the ACA, in order to appease the Medical Device Industry in her state.

    Unlike Warren, Bernie has a long history of progressivism dating back to the 60s. Warren was a staunch Republican up until the late 90s.

    Bernie has also been one of the longest serving members of congress, he was a mayor in Vermont, and has a lot of experience in governance compared to Warren.

    Warren's plan to fund her policies through a wealth tax is potentially unconstitutional, therefore harder to implement than Bernie's Wall Street speculation tax and higher income taxes on wealthy entities.

    Warren voted twice to increase the Military budget brought forth under Pres. Trump, which appropriated over $81Billion for purchase of Aircraft, Weapons, Missiles, and Combat Vehicles. On top of that it appropriated several Billion dollars toward other parts of the DoD.

    Bernie wants to cancel all student debt, Warren wants to implement a means-tested solution. A Means-tested program will likely further split people into the "haves" vs. "have-nots" and are easier to attack, dismantle, and weaken.

    There is also a more nuanced distinction between them I'd like to make, with all the political differences aside. The one area I think Bernie absolutely dominates where Warren doesn't, is with rhetoric. They both are offering tons of plans, but to me Bernie is the only candidate with a strong message of how it will all be executed. If you want to implement even a fraction of either Warren's or Bernie's plans you need a radical change in voter engagement in this country, and I have never seen a politician who can rally young people and apathetic people into the political process as well as Bernie has. In 2015 he was nothing but a small Independent Senator from Vermont, and he went on to win 23 contests against the establishment backed former First Lady, Secretary of State, and Senator of New York. Now he is arguably one of the most popular politicians in America, and he has changed the political rhetoric among leading Democrats. Just look at the incredibly influential organizations that stemmed out of his 2016 campaign:

    Justice Democrats

    Brand New Congress

    Our Revolution