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Ding dong, failing Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is officially gone.

In a stunning, game-changing announcement, the senator reportedly announced to her staffers early Thursday that she would be dropping out the 2020 race, thus leaving the more radical lane of the primary race fully open to Sen. Bernie Sanders.

“I want all of you to hear it first, and I want you to hear it straight from me: today, I’m suspending our campaign for president,” she reportedly told her staffers.

“What we have done – and the ideas we have launched into the world, the way we have fought this fight, the relationships we have built – will carry through, carry through for the rest of this election, and the one after that, and the one after that.”

While no specific reason was cited for the abrupt termination of her campaign, some emerging theories revolve around her horrendous performance on Super Tuesday, during which she failed to even win the election in her own state of Massachusetts.

As to why she performed so poorly on Super Tuesday, critics believe it may have been because she’s a nag, a liar and a radical more concerned with pandering to a fringe minority of Americans versus looking out for the working class.

According to President Donald Trump, she’s also immensely selfish. He’s among a growing number of Americans who believe that Sanders would have performed far better on Super Tuesday had Warren cleared the lane for him.

Instead, he performed poorly, in part allegedly because thousands of votes that would have theoretically gone to him instead wound up going to Warren.

Of course, her radical base of supporters views things differently. To them, the reason she performed so poorly is that America is a sexist country where so-called “diversity” (not to be confused with diversity of thought) isn’t celebrated.

And FYI, this radical base apparently includes CNN commentators as well …

“When it comes to executive office, our country is still very uncomfortable with women in power, and that’s part of why women have to over credential again and again,” former Clinton 2016 campaign spokesperson Karen Finney lamented during the network’s coverage of Super Tuesday earlier this week.

Listen to more lamentations below:


(Source: NewsBusters)

This same sort of rhetoric can be seen on social media.

Look:

With no sources or proof, some liberals are blaming Obama for the decision:

There’s just one big problem with this rhetoric …

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a practicing Hindu of Samoan descent, is still in the race. Granted, she continues to perform poorly as well, albeit in spite of 24/7 attacks from mainstream establishment Democrats and their allies in the establishment press.

But for reasons that remain clear, this indigenous woman of color has never been good enough for the “diversity”-obsessed coalition that backs candidates like Warren.

No, they have and shall perhaps always prefer “fake indigenous women of color” instead …

Vivek Saxena

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