Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) loves taking time out of her schedule to talk to people, the press, and to anyone who wants to listen to her. She always has something soundbite worthy on the tip of her tongue for the given conversation. So much so, when speaking with MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan on July 27th about a CNN polling, she even told him she was ready to “give you the sentences.”
“I want to say this, I’ll give you those sentences, we’ve got to stop the catnip about 2024. We are 100 days out from the midterm. And what happens in 2022, two more Democratic senators and we can get rid of the filibuster. And we can actually protect voting rights. We can make Roe v. Wade the law of the land. We can do even more on the climate crisis. We can actually make gun safety a priority.”
Her level of confidence is admirable. She truly believes in Biden’s system and the Democratic plans for trying to take back the US. Pushing the message to stop worrying about 2024, and instead looking much closer at the 2022 elections is a very Republican-like mindset. It’s rare to see a Democrat focus more on the closer target, then again Warren isn’t always the stereotypical democrat.
As Hasan pressed her about the numbers, she didn’t wither. Instead, she kept pressing forward to explain how taking 2022 lightly would lay a poor foundation for 2024, and how small mistakes now could cost the left in the next election.
Another one of their darlings Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), was asked about the moronic idea of her running in 2024 back in June by CNN’s Dana Bash. Oddly enough, she danced the question, and instead reminded Bash she wanted to focus on 2022. To which Bash seemed to tease the idea of pressing the subject more by pointing out her obvious non-answer, but still left it there.
Sen Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has openly said he won’t run if Biden seeks reelection, but it’s Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) who takes the cake when asked about Biden seeking reelection this past July 25th, when an aide immediately started to say that she needed to go. “I don’t want to answer that question because we have not — that’s not — yeah, I don’t want to answer that question. I mean, he’s the president. He has the right to run for a second term, absolutely. But I don’t want to … I’d rather you not ask that question.”
Warren has her priorities in order. She wants to get the press buzzwords because she knows it means headlines and articles. Those in turn spin into votes from those who don’t put a whole lot of stock into the party name, but more into the people running. Moderate or flexible voters are the bread and butter of America. Card-carrying Republicans and Democrats are starting to become the minority. People are voting off the “what have you done for me lately?” mentality.
Every one of these Democrats needs to quickly understand that we cannot do worse than Biden going forward. So far it has been an absolute disaster since her has taken office, and he has been wasting American taxpayer money to try and demonize Trump at every turn, all while acting like he was crazy for questioning such a swing in the voters.
So far, the American economy has survived, but that isn’t for a lack of trying by the left. At every turn, they are pushing asinine agendas and attempting to put forth a mindset of the country being ready for things like going completely green. We just aren’t there yet, and the more they keep trying to push forward their progressive ideals, the more we regress into a recession and back to the incredibly divisive years.