The U.S. Deep State loves Senator Elizabeth Warren: It’s a pity the American public, even the Democratic base doesn’t agree with them:
Warren has been implausibly sold by the U.S. Mainstream Media, more out of touch with their own public than the Bourbons were before the French Revolution, as the next “principled” leader of the Social Democratic Soft Left and the figure to unite her party and sweep President Donald Trump from power.
Warren was formally crowned as the President Apparent as the subject of an adoring and uncritical cover story in Time magazine on May 20, 2019.
Time’s editors, however, remained blissfully unaware that they now enjoy far less political clout than Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment which played a major role in propelling Trump into the White House.
All the senile, eighty-something Feminists who gushed – weak at the knees – for the ludicrous, incompetent and foul-tempered Hillary Clinton in 2016 of course stampeded after Warren as eagerly as the Gadarene Swine.
However, Warren – to put it mildly – is not a likeable candidate. She has shown zero appeal to America’s massive African-American and Hispanic American communities – together a combined 80 million people, or around 25 percent of the total national population.
Hillary Clinton learned the hard way that without an overwhelming turnout in those two communities, no Democratic candidate, especially not a white woman from the East Coast claiming (though falsely) to be a radical leftist has the slightest hope of winning a U.S. national election.
Now, after six nationally televised presidential debates through 2019 that were supposed to be Warren’s greatest strength, she has even failed where she was supposed to be strong. She no longer polls among the top three Democratic candidates nationally and her crucial fund-raising is collapsing less than two months before the first two bell-weather contests in the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary in February.
The importance of this development cannot be overstated: Hillary Clinton displayed extraordinarily genius at losing national campaigns she entered with record funding and enormous poll leads in 2008 and 2016. These negative “achievements” carved her named in eternal tungsten as the most incompetent major national candidate in 230 years of U.S. political history.
Today, the cold numbers are already lining up to sink Warren’s dreams of plodding to glory with her usual ice cold ambition and overall mediocrity.
In the last three month quarter of 2019 (October through December), Warren acknowledged in an ill-judged admission to her supporters that her fundraising had dropped to $17 million, a fall of more than 30 percent from the $24 million she had managed in the third quarter of the year (months July through September).
By contract, in the fourth quarter of the year, unsinkable old Senator Bernie Sanders his appeal dinted not at all by his age (78) and recent heart trouble raised a whopping $34.7 million.
Pete Buttigieg, young mayor of the town of South Bend, Indiana (population only 102,000) raised $24.7 million. Former Vice President Joe Biden still raised $22.7 million and would certainly be the second choice for most of Buttigieg’s Heartland moderate Democrats.
Warren could not even hold a secure fourth place position with her shaky $17 million unofficial figure for the fourth quarter. Businessman Andrew Yang has waged a far more robust and credible campaign than anyone predicted, raised $16.5 million.
These figures spell impending political doom for Warren. Current polls show Buttigieg in particular surging in Iowa and Sanders looking to flatten her as an alternate left-progressive challenger in New Hampshire.
Warren simply lacks the personality and the experience, let alone the credibility to be a come-from-behind Comeback Kid candidate. She rose professionally first by falsely claiming significant Native American ancestry – a lie since devastatingly exposed and repeatedly condemned by Native American leaders, especially of the Cherokee Nation whose laws of citizenship she could not understand even this year.
Warren has been a Harvard professor – a clear mark these days of intellectual mediocrity as much as class arrogance. And she is from the state of Massachusetts – the graveyard of presidential hopefuls.
The only two U.S. presidents to win election from Massachusetts in the past 190 years were John F. Kennedy in 1960 and George Herbert Walker Bush in 1988.
But Kennedy was one of the most attractive and charismatic candidates of all time and even he only managed to win by one of the narrowest margins in history and because voting figures were palpably faked in the city of Chicago (Cook County, Illinois) and the state of Texas, stronghold of his vice president, Lyndon Johnson.
In 1988, Bush won with a devastating landslide over Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, but Bush won on a once-again booming economy, on the coat-tails of his adored predecessor Ronald Reagan and because in every way that mattered, he was really a son of giant Heartland Texas rather than of marginal Massachusetts.
In 2012, Mitt Romney showed that Republicans from Massachusetts made as useless national candidates as Democrats did – a lesson the Democrats had further rubbed home to them in John Kerry’s fiasco of a campaign in 2004.
Two people are likely to be most disappointed by Warren’s remarkable fold and collapse before the first votes are even counted.
The first obviously is Elizabeth Warren: Like all incompetent and unlikeable mediocre people she is sublimely oblivious to how untalented and unlikeable she truly is.
And the second of course is President Trump: Where-else can he find a Democratic candidate almost as clueless as Hillary Herself?