Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren wants you to give her $5 because the press is mocking her over her cringeworthy Instagram video, where she shamelessly pandered for votes by guzzling a beer on-camera.
Predictably, Warren played the sexism card by suggesting that people are making fun of her because she’s a woman.
She then linked to a Politico story (written by a woman) that asked how Warren can avoid the “unlikeability” trap that failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton fell into.
In the mostly-fawning Politico story, a couple of anonymous sources close to Warren lament that she’s seen as “aloof” and “cold” — adjectives that have been used to describe Warren’s hero, Hillary Clinton. Naturally, that perception of Warren is sexist, her team claims.
The fundraising email laments:
“Every woman who’s ever put her name forward for something – and every sensible person who recognizes how smart, powerful women are written about, and the names they’re called – knows what’s going on here.
“In honor (if that’s the right word) of this terrible tweet, we’ve set up a way to do something productive when you see this stuff like this. Like a swear jar, except for gendered nonsense commentary.”
Warren was also wildly mocked after another failed attempt to appear relatable. “I hear women candidates are most likable in the quiet car!” she tweeted with a short clip before appearing on MSNBC on Wednesday.
Like Hillary, Elizabeth Warren suffers from an epic failure of self-awareness. It never occurs to her that she’s her own worst enemy, and that by trying too hard to be “authentic” (like drinking beer on-camera — a gesture that does not look natural for her), she comes across as a phony.
But playing the victim and grifting off negative media coverage comes naturally to Warren. As BizPac Review reported in September 2018, Warren tried to cash in on Christine Blasey Ford’s unsubstantiated, 11th-hour groping accusations against Brett Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
In a fundraising email, Warren panhandled for money while using Ford’s 36-year-old allegations as emotional blackmail: “Christine Blasey Ford has done a brave thing in coming forward. She deserves to be heard and treated with respect. Now it’s the Senate’s job to make sure that happens.”
The bottom of Warren’s parasitic mass-email plea provided a link for liberals to donate to her political campaign.
Elizabeth Warren cashes in on Kavanaugh accuser; shamelessly fundraises off sex claims https://t.co/SbQJ2pUIOW pic.twitter.com/2Y3zbn0zBV
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) September 23, 2018
In addition to lying about her bogus Native American background to take advantage of affirmative-action hiring programs designed to benefit actual minorities, Elizabeth Warren thinks a 50% to 90% personal income tax rate for Americans is not a bad idea.
Let that sink in the next time you try to imagine her as president.
Elizabeth Warren eyes 50% tax rate, says Dems will end Trump tax cuts if they take back Congress https://t.co/ciAGszsKlH
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) July 25, 2018
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