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Here’s More Proof That Elizabeth Warren is a HORRIBLE Candidate

There was a time when it seemed as if Elizabeth Warren was poised to make a real run for the 2020 Democratic nomination. She was (and largely still is) a media favorite, and her focus on things that actually matter such as the economy gave her a leg up on other Democratic candidates.

However, ever since Warren started having to provide specifics for her grandiose plans — including publishing the cost of her Medicare for All plan — Warren’s poll numbers have tanked. Now, in the latest Democratic debate, the Massachusetts senator has demonstrated once again that she is a weak candidate unable to defend her ideas.

When asked how she would respond to top economists who say that her outrageous tax plans would stifle economic growth, Warren’s only response was to say, “they’re just wrong.”

To be fair, promising Americans the world while also promising them that they won’t be crippled by unforgiving new taxes is a fairly difficult position to defend, and we can’t blame Warren for refusing to even try. However, until Warren puts forth a plan that actually has a backbone, she will remain a weak candidate with only sweet-sounding words and empty promises to offer.

To learn more about the glaring weakness of Elizabeth Warren, be sure to check out the video below.



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