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Elizabeth Warren Tries to Act Like a Human, Fails AGAIN

Remember that time Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren tried to copy AOC by doing a live Instagram video? You know…the one where she drinks a beer like a robot, and then acts surprised when her husband Bruce walks into frame — and asks him what he’s doing in his own house?

Well, turns out there’s a round two: this time featuring a dancing Warren who can’t keep a beat to save her life.

Let’s just get ahead of this before someone else does — of course Warren’s awkward dance moves aren’t the reason why we’re not voting for her. We don’t have much footage to support this, but we’re willing to be that President Donald Trump doesn’t exactly throw down on the dance floor either. But here’s the difference: Trump is, if nothing else, incredibly self aware. He knows he can’t dance or look cool in that way, so he doesn’t. He sticks to what he’s good at, which is coming up with hilarious nicknames for people and turning his rallies into a stand-up comedy routine.

Elizabeth Warren doesn’t have this same level of self-awareness. She’s convinced that if she acts young and hip, her poll numbers will magically improve, and she’ll be taken more seriously by people who have already sold their soul to Bernie Sanders. It isn’t going to happen, but that doesn’t matter.

This is just one of the many reasons why Warren is just so off-putting personally. Here’s Ben Shapiro with more.


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