We can always count on Sen. Warren to grandstand against the banks… and then back the Hillary Clintons of the world when it really matters – after letting Bernie dangle when her support could have made a difference.
(And then reverse herself after admitting what everyone knew – that the 2016 primary was rigged – and go right back to touting the party line.)
We can also count on Warren to consistently bow before the world-plundering, regime change-implementing mavens of U.S. foreign policy, especially the neocons… and remain silent as Julian Assange is persecuted for the crime of journalism… and backtrack on Medicare for All (as she’s already done) before the negotiations even begin.
In short, she’s the latest Obama.
“I like the words she’s saying!”
(Well, no shit, you infants. That’s what duplicitous politicians do: Say the right words. It worked for Trump. But if anyone thinks that this Republican in progressive’s clothing is going to really fight for our agenda after a lifetime of doing the opposite, they ought to have their heads examined.)
In short, the comments on this thread and energy I see coalescing behind one of the weakest candidates the left could possibly field against Trump in 2020 – who spent her entire life culturally appropriating and benefiting off a tiny sliver of Native American blood – are 100% depressing.