Liz Warren was on warpath against Democrats rigging election, then a funny thing happened

Earlier this month, Elizabeth Warren responded to a question by CNN’s Jake Tapper about Donna Brazile’s contention that the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries were “rigged” with a simple, “yes.”

Which prompted concerned looks from the Clinton machine and Democratic establishment as well as getting the attention of President Trump:

But on Wednesday, the Massachusetts senator and would-be Indian chief is seeing things an entirely different way, telling that, while she believes Brazile’s allegations, they only showed “bias” towards Hillary Clinton rather than rising to the threshold of being “rigged.”

“While there was some bias at the DNC, the overall 2016 primary process was fair and Hillary made history,” said Warren.

This is the same person who once told PBS’ NewsHour that “the process was rigged and now it is up to Democrats to build a new process, a process that really works and works for everyone.”

No word yet on whether the possibility of ‘snipers‘ had anything to do with Warren’s backpedaling.

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