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  • Yes, Elizabeth Warren sold out Bernie Sanders.

    She could have endorsed him early on. She did not, waited to see who would be nominated, swallowed her past criticism of Clinton and opportunistically endorsed her. I've lost all respect for her and won't vote for a Clinton/Warren ticket. Frankly, I won't vote for Clinton no matter who her running mate.

  • Sometimes smart people do stupid things

    We all understood and respected her remaining silent, as it was seen as a person living up to their principles. I actually saw that silence as a Bernie endorsement, given the political ramifications that could come with her openly supporting him. Instead, she chose to become the human shield for the Wall St darling, and in doing so, lost all credibility with progressives. She is damaged to the point of being totally useless in drawing in Bernie's supporters, so it seems that it was all for not.

  • A Political Coward Move

    How can you endorse a politician who completely embodies everything you claim to stand against? Getting into a Twitter War with Trump is disgraceful and juvenile. It is disappointing to see how the establishment will continue to live up to it's reputation. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. I pray you at least don't support the TPP.

  • A Political Coward Move

    How can you endorse a politician who completely embodies everything you claim to stand against? Getting into a Twitter War with Trump is disgraceful and juvenile. It is disappointing to see how the establishment will continue to live up to it's reputation. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. I pray you at least don't support the TPP.

  • Yes! Coward/Not Leader!

    I agree when Nina Turner when she said that it was easy to attack Trump, but where was she when the fight was hard? No brownie points from her, and from me or any other real progressives who needs a leader who will stands up to a powerful corrupt corporate government. At the very least, Warren could have at least stood up and slammed the main stream media and the Clint campaign when they slandered and lied about Bernie over the course of the campaign. Basically, what she did was wait and see who would win, and hitch her wagon on the winner. Leaders fight no matter how hard it is, because it is the right thing to do! Followers stand by and watch and follow, which is what she did.

  • Politics is the art of betrayal

    Elizabeth Warren did indeed endorse Hillary and dropped Bernie Sanders as soon as he lost his grip on the race to the nomination. It is not a secret that majority of establishment politicians do not hold true to their people or their allies, but instead to their political party. It appears the Democratic Party including the super delegates unanimously choose Hillary, and there's nothing much to do about it. Elizabeth Warren is just backing Hillary early to support her and the Democratic Party in the general election.

  • Yes, Elizabeth Warren did sell out Bernie Sanders.

    Elizabeth Warren has long claimed to be a champion of the middle class. Warren has often been critical of her party's leaders like Hillary Clinton for not being tough enough on Wall Street and Big Banks. However, when given the chance to support Bernie Sanders, a candidate committed to taking on Wall Street, she punted, and did not provide the support needed to push him to the nomination. In short, Elizabeth Warren did sell out Bernie Sanders by not putting her money where her mouth has been over the last several years.

  • No, Elizabeth Warren did not sell out Bernie Sanders

    No, Elizabeth Warren did not sell out Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders is a formidable candidate who ran his own campaign. Hilary Clinton is a formidable competitor. Elizabeth Warren did not damage Bernie Sanders' campaign. Even if Warren endorsed Clinton, she did not sell out Bernie Sanders. She believed that Clinton was the better candidate.

  • No one knows for sure.

    It can not be denied that within the system there is a certain amount of favoritism. This election has been one that has been bogged down in vanity and finger pointing and it is not even nowhere near over. Bernie Sanders has been an underdog ever since he entered the race for the next president of the United States and the fact that he got this far is simply amazing. Now I can't really attest to the fact that Elizabeth Warren sold him out but if she chose Hillary Clinton over Sanders then I'm sure she had her reasons other than something petty.


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