What was she thinking?
Hillary Clinton’s attack dog, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren came out swinging Wednesday night, launching jab after jab at Republican nominee Donald Trump – it’s just too bad for her many of them were drowned out by hecklers.
The Democratic National Convention got off to a more-than-rocky start with the WikiLeaks release of insider emails that implicated DNC officials in “rigging the system” in order to make sure Hillary would win the nomination at all costs.
Bernie Sanders fans, already sore, and suspecting all along this was the case came out in droves to protest the DNC on its first day. Which is why it’s curious that of all the taglines Warren could have used in her speech she chose this one:
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 26, 2016
Warren’s lecture about “rigged systems” couldn’t have come at worse timing, and Sanders supporters began to drowned her out with chants of “We trusted you!” and “boos.”
— Mike Archer (@JamesMArcher) July 26, 2016
— Laura (@SheWhoVotes) July 26, 2016
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) July 26, 2016
Bernie supporters get it better than anyone, Senator. https://t.co/X8XzV6F9c2
— Aleister (@AmericanGlob) July 26, 2016
@ABCPolitics @elizabethforma yup & you back a rigged system
— JustinME (@Jeschert) July 26, 2016
@ABCPolitics @elizabethforma Elizabeth is right the DNC is rigged thank you!
— Shane DeChellis (@shane_dechellis) July 26, 2016
— NavWorks (@NavWorksPress) July 26, 2016
But Donald Trump himself could have summed it up the best:
Pocahontas bombed last night! Sad to watch.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2016
Warren’s “sad” speech can be watched below:
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