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Warren Wants To Be Bernie’s Vice President

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At this point, the American public should be getting combat pay for watching any of these Democratic debates. While there weren’t any massive unanswered attacks at this debate in South Carolina, it’s become clear that Elizabeth Warren is shifting her goals.



Warren, who was once the front-runner before there was actual voting, has come to the realization that she’s got no shot of winning the nomination for herself. But she could definitely position herself as a vice presidential candidate for Bernie Sanders. So Warren continued her chosen role as “attack dog sicced on Mike Bloomberg” tonight while deliberately walking around the red meat that Bernie has been leaving out all over the place.



Oh, and she recycled her “I was fired for being pregnant” story that has been pulled apart as well.



Warren attacks Bloomberg

(Excerpt) Read more at victorygirlsblog.com .

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She figures Sanders will lose, which will position her to be the front-runner for 2024 nominee. Pocahontas is a sharp cookie in terms of political maneuvering. She lied her way into any number of affirmative action slots, and she is lying her way into becoming the 2024 Democratic standard bearer.
 

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I actually watched half of their shitshow debate last night. It was pretty much like a bunch of cur dogs fighting over a piece of meat.
 

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That's not the way it's done. The VP selection is to attract people who are NOT inclined to vote for the person at the top of the ticket. There is not a single voter who would support VP candidate Warren who is not already fully supportive of Bernie.

Bernie would do well to consider someone who is more "centrist," younger, and lower profile. Someone from a state that is in play. Conor Lamb of Pennsylvania (veteran, former prosecutor, supporter of "fracking," etc.). Someone from Texas, Ohio, or Florida.
 

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That's not the way it's done. The VP selection is to attract people who are NOT inclined to vote for the person at the top of the ticket. There is not a single voter who would support VP candidate Warren who is not already fully supportive of Bernie.

Bernie would do well to consider someone who is more "centrist," younger, and lower profile. Someone from a state that is in play. Connor Lamb of Pennsylvania (veteran, former prosecutor, supporter of "fracking," etc.). Someone from Texas, Ohio, or Florida.
Nope. Bernie would pick a minority VP like Cory Booker, or Kamala Harris, or Stacy Abrams, even Julian Castro.
 

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At this point, the American public should be getting combat pay for watching any of these Democratic debates. While there weren’t any massive unanswered attacks at this debate in South Carolina, it’s become clear that Elizabeth Warren is shifting her goals.



Warren, who was once the front-runner before there was actual voting, has come to the realization that she’s got no shot of winning the nomination for herself. But she could definitely position herself as a vice presidential candidate for Bernie Sanders. So Warren continued her chosen role as “attack dog sicced on Mike Bloomberg” tonight while deliberately walking around the red meat that Bernie has been leaving out all over the place.



Oh, and she recycled her “I was fired for being pregnant” story that has been pulled apart as well.



Warren attacks Bloomberg

(Excerpt) Read more at victorygirlsblog.com .

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She figures Sanders will lose, which will position her to be the front-runner for 2024 nominee. Pocahontas is a sharp cookie in terms of political maneuvering. She lied her way into any number of affirmative action slots, and she is lying her way into becoming the 2024 Democratic standard bearer.
That's not the way it's done. The VP selection is to attract people who are NOT inclined to vote for the person at the top of the ticket. There is not a single voter who would support VP candidate Warren who is not already fully supportive of Bernie.

Bernie would do well to consider someone who is more "centrist," younger, and lower profile. Someone from a state that is in play. Connor Lamb of Pennsylvania (veteran, former prosecutor, supporter of "fracking," etc.). Someone from Texas, Ohio, or Florida.
Nope. Bernie would pick a minority VP like Cory Booker, or Kamala Harris, or Stacy Abrams, even Julian Castro.
Nah! If Bernie doesn't win on the 1st ballot, Warren has a 50-50 shot at being the NEW DNC nominees VP choice to keep the Bernie Bros on board.

The new DNC nominee?

Ehhhhhhhhhhh, how about Kerry as a "bring them together" choice, and Warren as VP?

Get the moderates, and keep the Bernie bros on board along with Bernie himself!
 

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If Bernie is allowed to be the nominee pretty sure he knows he will have little to no input in who will be his VP pick.

I agree Warren is trying to set herself up as an heir to the Bernie revolution in 2024..
 

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