(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.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are the fastest-growing minority group in the U.S. today—working hard to thrive, but still facing unique barriers to achieving their dreams. I'm a fighter for working families—and committed to fighting for AAPI families. pic.twitter.com/H5geJ42UoE
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 13, 2020
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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