Liz Warren WHIFFS on Her Home State… Is Her Campaign Next?

Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts Senator and 2020 hopeful Elizabeth Warren says she’s a lot of things, but here’s what we are sure of…

She’s a liar…

She’s a fraud…

She wants to bankrupt America…

And she even wants to abolish a law that’s part of the very foundation this nation was built on.



So, it should really come as no surprise that Warren is behind in the polls… especially in her own state.

As first reported by Townhall, Elizabeth Warren may not still be in the race by the time people start voting, and there’s proof.

Early polling has Warren far behind the popular contenders like Bernie Sanders and even Joe Biden – who hasn’t officially launched a campaign.

But more importantly, polling also showed that Warren’s own state of Massachusetts doesn’t even think she has what it takes to make the party’s nomination. In fact, polling - from Massachusetts – as Warren behind the top two by double digits…

And that really is bad news for Warren.

Look at it this way… Warren was the first major Democrat to enter the campaign scene and since then she’s had nothing but major fails.

Warren’s had numerous bad-idea-bills getting shut down… and she’s faced bad press, especially with her Native American heritage scandal.

But to make matters worse, Warren’s 2020 campaign finance director resigned over a disagreement.

Here’s a look at the report from Townhall…

The finance director for Elizabeth Warren's 2020 presidential campaign resigned after an internal clash over the candidate’s decision last month not to host big-money fundraisers or solicit donations from wealthy donors, the New York Times reports....Though it's unclear when exactly finance director Michael Pratt resigned, news of his departure comes just ahead of Sunday's first-quarter fundraising deadline. The Times reports that Warren is lagging behind her competitors and has struggled to raise campaign dollars, even as she leads the Democratic field in putting forth bold new policy proposals. Warren has reportedly transferred $10 million from her Senate campaign account...Pratt resigned after a Valentine's Day meeting in Washington that "grew heated," in which he argued that cutting off the “significant cash stream” would put the campaign at risk of collapsing.

There’s a very good chance Elizabeth Warren won’t see her name on the ticket, perhaps she should just throw in the towel now.

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