March 7, 2020
Far from endorsing Bernie Sanders following her dropout, Chief Liz Warren appears to be going on a quest to destroy the noble communist by whining about him.
As she exited the presidential race, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., took a swipe at the “bullying” and “online nastiness” of supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and said presidential candidates were responsible for the actions of their supporters who do “dangerous, threatening things to other candidates.”
“It’s not just about me. There’s a real problem with this online bullying and sort of online nastiness,” Warren said in a Thursday evening interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow when asked about Sanders supporters’ online attacks on Warren. Maddow referenced Sanders supporters calling Warren a “snake” and a “traitor,” and attempting to recruit a primary challenger against her.
Warren cited Sanders supporters’ attacks on “women of color, immigrant women” who led a union in Nevada, saying, “They actually published the phone numbers and home addresses of two women…and really put them in fear.”
Sanders told Maddow Wednesday evening he was “aghast and disgusted” by his supporters’ actions, but told the MSNBC host, “by the way, Rachel, if you don’t think that doesn’t come into our campaign, talk to Sen. Nina Turner,” referring to his campaign co-chair.
Warren, though, thought Sanders’ explanation was not enough, saying, “We are responsible for the people who claim to be our supporters and do really dangerous, threatening things to other candidates.”
Asked if the online rhetoric was a “particular problem with Sanders supporters,” Warren replied, “it is.”
Warren said she had talked about it with Sanders, but the discussion was “short.” Sanders, in an interview with Maddow, described a discussion with Warren on Wednesday as “cordial.”
She explained she thought what “underlies” democracy “is a fundamental human decency and respect for each other,” and urged other candidates not to follow the “politics of division” waged by President Donald Trump.
“What underlines democracy is that people shouldn’t say mean things about me on the internet.”
The narcissism of women is not only staggering, it is truly something that we are incapable of even fathoming the scope of.
Just try to imagine a situation in which you lose like Warren lost and your explanation is that people said mean things to you on the internet. You can’t imagine it, because no man can even begin to imagine that lack of self-awareness.
What Warren is proving by not supporting Bernie is that she doesn’t actually believe in any of those policies she was promoting. The only thing she believed in was winning, to gain power for herself. Because a woman is incapable of understanding anything that exists outside of her own ego.
It is truly incomprehensible that in an allegedly advanced and developed nation, we allow women to engage in politics.
Not that it even matters at this point.
There isn’t going to be an election.