The field of 2020 presidential candidates continues to narrow as more and more competitors realize they have no shot of ever winning the election. This week’s Super Tuesday marked a pivotal point in the primary election; delegates are significant determinants that impact whether or not candidates manage to obtain a viable shot at becoming the nominee.
Less than 24 hours after Super Tuesday, Mike Bloomberg ended his candidacy. A day later, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren followed suit, as reported by Breitbart News. The demise of Warren’s political campaign comes after her failure to win first place in any Super Tuesday states.
“Elizabeth Warren” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore
Notable attacks from Bernie Sanders’ supporters also hit Warren before she finally suspended her campaign. Many backers of the socialist candidate ultimately blamed Warren for Sanders’ failure to perform as well as Biden.
The Extent of Warren’s Failed Campaign
Elizabeth Warren spent the entirety of her time as a presidential candidate making false promises. Sticking to the socialist mantra, the now-former 2020 Democrat vowed to provide free healthcare, free college, and other handouts to all Americans.
Warren claimed that the trillions of dollars needed to fund her ridiculous plans would come from a “2% wealth tax.” This is a common talking point from Democrats and has been debunked countless times; even if socialist leftists taxed wealthy people at 100%, it still wouldn’t even come close to paying for their proposed programs.
Throughout Warren’s time on the campaign trail, she faced challenges from certain voters who managed to see through her lies. When confronted with direct questions, the Massachusetts senator declined to give straight answers; instead, she simply repeated rehearsed talking points and patronized those who didn’t fall for her narrative.
Will Warren Endorse Bernie Sanders?
With Elizabeth Warren’s candidacy being no more, many Americans are interested in learning whether or not she’ll endorse Sanders. Of all the running candidates, Warren and Sanders’ ideologies were most closely aligned with one another, like two socialist peas in a pod.
“Bernie Sanders” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore
However, the Massachusetts senator has confirmed that she doesn’t yet plan to endorse anyone. In Warren’s own words, she’s chosen to “spend a little time on that” without making an immediate decision.
What do you think about Elizabeth Warren bowing out of the 2020 presidential election? Do you believe that she’ll eventually wind up giving her endorsement to Bernie Sanders? Let us know in the comments section below!