Elizabeth Warren — the Democratic presidential frontrunner — was trolled by Trump supporters at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport yesterday (Oct. 2).
Trump fans shouted “Impeach this!” and “Go home!” while others mocked Warren as “Pocahontas” — a reference to her fake Native-American heritage.
Senator Warren ignored the protesters as they held up “Trump-Pence” signs and yelled, “Don’t impeach!”
Another Trump fan yelled, “Socialism is a true form of insanity!”
(Source: Nevada GOP)
Nevada Republican Party state Chairman Michael J. McDonald tweeted: “Welcome to Reno, Elizabeth Warren! This is Trump country!!”
Warren made a campaign stop in Reno yesterday, where she accused President Trump of “abuse of power.”
Warren recently toppled former vice president Joe Biden to emerge as the Democratic frontrunner. Even left-wing activists like film director Michael Moore slammed Biden, saying he’s as uninspiring a candidate as Hillary Clinton was in 2016.
“Joe Biden is this year’s Hillary,” Moore said. “Joe Biden is not going to excite the base to get out there and vote on November 3, 2020.”
Meanwhile, far-left senator Elizabeth Warren is the oddmakers’ favorite to win the Democratic presidential nomination over Joe Biden, who was the frontrunner for months.
According to oddsmakers at US-Bookies.com, gamblers are betting on Warren to beat Biden, thanks in part to Biden’s nonstop gaffes on the campaign trail this summer.
More recently, Biden’s alleged abuse of power toward Ukraine when he was Obama’s vice president has caused his campaign to implode.
According to the latest chart, Warren leads Joe by a double-digit margin of 25.1% to 12%.
While political polls repeatedly claim that President Trump’s chance of beating any Democrat is low, people who put their money where their mouths are overwhelmingly believe Trump will win in 2020.
- Donald Trump: 41.1%
- Elizabeth Warren: 25.1%
- Joe Biden: 12%
- Bernie Sanders: 5.3%
- Kamala Harris: 2.7%
- Pete Buttigieg: 2.7%
- Beto O’Rourke: 0.7%
As for the sham impeachment stunt, it’s already comically backfiring.
The antics have caused Trump supporters and right-leaning Americans to rally even more fiercely around Trump amid what millions consider a coup to undo the results of the 2016 election.
The media are gas-lighting the public to convince them that the Democrats are on the road to impeaching President Trump soon. However, until the House of Representatives actually votes to impeach, nothing is happening.
It’s political theater designed to undermine Trump and pacify the far-left wing of the Democrat Party. Unfortunately for the Democrat Party, their hollow impeachment strategy has energized the Right to rally. Voters are donating to the Trump campaign in record numbers.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson observed that the radical left’s takeover of the Democratic Party is proof that the once moderate, self-proclaimed “big-tent party” is gone.
Tucker said: “You may be wondering whatever happened to the Democratic Party, the party of ‘working people,’ the fabled ‘big tent party.’ That’s gone. Increasingly, the Democratic Party looks like an alliance between the Women’s Studies department at Oberlin and a group of unscrupulous Intel officials.”
“For 230 years, this has been a republic with an elected president. Over time, it’s worked pretty well. But now, without a single vote being held — no referendum on this at all — bureaucrats in Washington have decided to change the system.
They would like a new form of government where America’s real rulers are the unelected bureaucrats in the Intel agencies in Washington. They aren’t hiding this. They’ve been fighting for it pretty openly since before Trump’s presidency began.”
“Democrats want to steal the election.”
— Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) October 2, 2019
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