Warren Switches Rhetoric Yet Again

Warren Switches Rhetoric Yet Again

(RightWing.org) – Up until recently, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) main campaign message was all about “uniting” the Democratic Party. However, the candidate’s message fell flat with the voters, so she’s backtracking her campaign to a time when it was working a whole lot better for her. You see, the senator is reverting to her previous narrative of calling herself a “fighter,” and this new message is playing out both figuratively and literally.

One of Warren’s latest ads described her as a “fighter for working families” with a call to “join the fight” at the end.

This shift in tactics comes after Warren’s resounding defeat in Iowa and New Hampshire. During her closing speech in the latter state, Warren indirectly threw a jab at Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) by asking people not to support a candidate that divides the field. She and Bernie are the most left-leaning candidates running, but their alliance seems to have withered away.

Although Warren’s attempts to unify the Democratic Party failed, there might be another candidate that could bring together a blue coalition to prevent socialists like Sanders from dictating future American policy. This is, of course, assuming Trump doesn’t win re-election, which is almost certainly going to happen.

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