It’s moot. The time and energy that might have gone in that direction got squandered in the “Russiagate” malarkey.
As of 2019, it’s a feelgood thing that no one in her base is likely to criticize her for too harshly, and a project that can never be checke.
To distinguish herself in the field of candidates, if that’s the idea, she needs to take on something with a bit of edge. The economic program is good as far as it goes, given the competition, and it will be tough to elect the people who go farther.
But there are a whole lot of things that a lot of her base would approve were she to go out on a limb and try them. She will be somewhere in the mix as regards social programs. She will be preaching to the choir about rights for women and minorities, and people will believe and disbelieve her for how she looks.
What would set her apart would be to part with some of the party with some statements like some that Tulsi Gabbard has made. She could show some courage and stand up for freedom of the press rather than pointedly avoiding the matter because the current high-profile case is that of Julian Assange. whom the Wall Street Democrats do not approve.
She will not do that, for the same reason that she withdrew her acknowledgement that the '16 nomination had been stolen–whatever that could have been.
The other possibility is to come out against some part of the campaign of many wars across the world. But there’s no real sign that she is even tempted to do that. If she were, surely it would be vetoed by the same folks who removed her acknowledgement of election fraud.
Of course, those same people work hand in glove with the financial system that Warren wants to criticize and sometimes does, quite effectively, again, as far as she goes. And in this one not unimportant area, she does go to the same sort of post-FDR area as does Sanders.
But given her obedience to some part of this team with respect to war and with respect to individual liberties and with respect to information, why are we to imagine that she will disobey significantly once in office as president?
I suppose she might with some reason hope that she gets a tip-in when the Sanders outdraws his competition, DNC takes out Sanders, and Biden and Harris each shoot themselves in both feet.
Since that appears to be a given, what do her voters hope for? What is she herself running for, what with a fairly safe post in Massachusetts that allows her more room to move as regards the issues that appear to move her?