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Warren Staffer Blames Billionaires for Kamala Harris’ Failure

The Democratic Party really isn’t taking the Kamala Harris’ exit from the 2020 presidential race very well. This is strange considering that the California senator failed to garner support from any part of the country, continuously trailing behind more popular candidates like Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders.

Politically speaking, these other candidates should be happy that there’s one less roadblock standing in the way of the nomination. But that’s not how the progressive left works. Everything that happens has to be re-worked into some sort of narrative about how evil the American people are. New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, who isn’t doing so well himself, is trying to use the dropout as a rallying cry for his own campaign, essentially saying “I’m the only black person left, vote for me.”

So, here’s the reason why Kamala didn’t make it: she’s terrible. She peaked during the first debate when she socked Joe Biden over opposing busing in the 1970s, an opinion that almost every American (including black Americans) opposed at the time, because it was idiotic. She later reversed her position. Then, she got called out over her hypocrisy on marijuana use by Hawaii’s Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, and never made a full recovery.

Also, we can’t leave out the fact that she has the creepiest laugh in the history of American politics…

Apparently, the rest of the field fails to understand why their own opponent — a person they were running against — had to drop out. Here’s one of Elizabeth Warren’s staffers with her own hot take on the situation.


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