In an interview with one of Elizabeth Warren’s Iowa supporters on Monday, WMUR political director Adam Sexton asked if the Massachusetts senator would be doing better in the polls if it weren’t for the pervasive sexism coming from the rest of the Democratic Party. The supporter was only too happy to jump on this excuse, insisting that sexism coming from both political parties was damaging the senator’s prospects in the race.
“Some supporters believe sexism has played a role in Warren’s recent struggles,” Sexton noted.
“Oh absolutely,” one supporter said. “Absolutely. From both the sides – both Democrat and Republican.”
Sexton continued in his report: “A big part of the allure for Iowans who have pledged to caucus for Warren is making her the first woman president.”
He spoke to another supporter who said, “I’m glad to say that I support her not just because she’s a woman, though. But I think that it would really show a lot of young girls what they can do and what they can achieve.”
We’ll never quite grasp how women running for office can simultaneously use their gender as a selling point and also as a shield against criticism, but we suppose that’s not the only contradiction you have to hold in your mind to vote for someone like Elizabeth Warren.
What’s interesting is that while Warren’s supporters and defenders are busy blaming the sexism of the DNC and the Bernie Bros, a staffer inside her campaign has an entirely different explanation for the senator’s slip in the polls. Thanks to another brilliant undercover interview from Project Veritas, we learn that not everyone in the Warren camp is thrilled with her recent attempts to out-woke everyone else in the primaries.
“At the end of the day if we’re gonna prioritize pronouns over making sure people have a decent standard of living, that’s wrong,” Warren campaign Iowa field organizer Angel Alicea says in the new video. “When you come from where I come from, no one gives a f*** about a godd**n pronoun. They want to know how you’re gonna create a job.
“I’m like here for the pronoun thing, but I feel like I shouldn’t have to say ‘he/him/his,” Alicea continues. “Like shouldn’t it just be implied? … Like I’ve been called out for saying something like that, but this is why we lose elections, because we’re zeroing in on s*** like that.”
In a recent town hall event, Warren absurdly promised the audience that she would run her pick for Secretary of Education past a random “young trans girl” to make sure he or she was appropriate for her Cabinet. There’s pandering…and then there’s this.
Sexism? Nah. People are just beginning to realize how absolutely full of baloney this phony Indian really is.