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There were a lot of takeaways from last night’s Democrat debate (if you didn’t watch it, congrats). One of those is that Elizabeth Warren’s campaign is just done. There were periods where it seemed like she didn’t talk for a full 10-15 minutes. When she did speak, it was the same boring talking points in which she starts every sentence with “look” just make herself extra annoying.
With the realization that her campaign is finished starting to set in, that means it’s desperation time. But instead of making a rational final push, perhaps hitting Bernie on his inability to define his plans or going after Buttigieg’s platitudes, she decided to just get more woke, because that’s been a winning strategy for her or something.
And what’s more woke than fluffing anti-Semites, right?
What’s ironic is that AIPAC is far from a conservative outfit. These is the same organization that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer speak to every year. But instead of pushing back on the ridiculous framing she was given, Warren accepts the premise and just blurts out that she’ll boycott the event.
Who was asking the question? Reports are that it was a member of IfNotNow, a rabidly anti-Semitic outfit which tries to falsely present itself as a pro-Jewish entity. In reality, they are anti-Israel and routinely align themselves with anti-Semitic voices. To give you an idea, they’ve gotten shout-outs from Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar and have also spread false Palestinian propaganda before.
Apparently, Warren thinks the way to save her campaign is to just throw more red meat at the wokest among us, even though most of those people are with Bernie now. What’s so stupid, just from a purely analytical standpoint, is that Warren had a chance to win the nomination had she just moderated herself. Instead, she decided to go full socialist loony tune while also adopting all the ridiculous tenants of intersectionality. That’s led to her demise and it’s well deserved.