Warren to Voters: Go Hug Yourself

Warren, #TeamKJ, #KevinJackson

Pocahontas wants her tribe to take a moment and just experience the pain and sorrow of losing.

It’s really not a bad idea, considering Warren’s chances of landing on the final ballot are slim to none.

Unfortunately, Warren believes cat videos are the anecdote to her poor showing. But I’m afraid a basket of cuddly kittens isn’t exactly a proper political recovery. And a dozen adorable puppies won’t replace the delegates Warren failed to secure either. As the saying goes, it is what it is. Or maybe in this case we should say it isn’t what it isn’t.

However, at least Warren tried to console her constituents.

As Warren wrote:

“Last night didn’t go the way we wanted it to go,” Warren’s email blast reads. “We were hoping for a better resulting New Hampshire, and a lot of volunteers and grassroots supporters fought really hard to make it happen.”

“It hurts to cares much, work so hard, and still fall a little short,” the email continues, telling supporters that it is “okay to take a moment and feel that pain or process that disappointment” and listing a variety of ways to cope with the results.

“Take a walk around the block, eat an extra piece of chocolate, hug your pet, adopt a pet, watch videos of cats and dogs who are friends, call a friend — whatever works,” the email reads.

“But once you’ve let it all out, take a deep breath, square our shoulders, and make a plan — a plan to fight back and win,” it adds. “A plan to help make sure that we won’t have to feel this way again.”

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If campaigns could run on warm and fuzzy feelings, Warren might just stand a chance. But according the the numbers, Bernie Sanders is in position to win the primary at this point.

Sanders in the Lead

Ironically, Bernie Sanders finds himself exactly where he’s been before. Leading the race. Of course, the Democrats didn’t let him move forward in 2016, and they won’t give him 2020 either.

They’ll have Hillary 2.0 chosen by then. That’s assuming Sanders doesn’t kick the bucket before the final candidate is chosen.

As Kevin Jackson recently penned:

Leading up to the Iowa caucuses, Democrats have done massive polling. One poll was so ridiculous it reported that Biden led all other Democrats by 20 points in the black vote. One can certainly see how scientific that data was, given the massive population of blacks in Iowa?

Clearly any poll showing Biden leading by 20 points in the black vote in Iowa or anywhere else is a joke. Despite Democrats selling the idea that Biden is black Leftists’ new Messiah, I can report with certainty, that is not the case.

Because Biden can’t make any serious traction, Democrat power brokers and their Leftist minions (the media) pull another fast one on Sanders. Recently, they shelved a poll that showed Sander leading in Iowa.

The DMR/Selzer poll showed the following:

Sanders 22%

Warren 18%

Buttigieg 16%

Biden 13%

If these numbers are true in the least, then Democrats’ problems are far worse than most  imagined.

Most shocking: the so-called “front-runner”, former VP Joe Biden is now in 4th place? That would be the death knell for Biden’s campaign. Biden is the most recognized name in the field, and yet he’s polling 4th. No wonder the powers-that-be issued a fatwa on these poll results.

But it gets worse, as Democrats consider that 40 percent of their electorate want communists as their leaders.

The combined polling of Sanders and Warren scares the so-called centrist in the party. Translated: Sanders and Warren shift the moderate voters to Trump.

Of course, it doesn’t really matter who Democrats choose. Their chances of winning are about 1 in 972 Billion. That’s just my personal estimate of course. But speaking of big money, I hope Warren learned a little something new on Twitter.

Don’t Kick the Broke Kid

Before posting her big apology letter, Warren’s Twitter page was on fire. Hundreds of folks decided Warren needed a little lesson on being a better human being.

As I wrote yesterday, Warren shared a story she thought would make voters find her more relatable.

“A young woman came up by herself and said, ‘I’m a broke college student, with a lot of student loan debt.’ And she said, ‘I checked and I have six dollars in the bank. So I just gave three dollars to keep you in this fight,’” Warren recalled.

She continued, “That’s what we gotta do. We’ve gotta stay in this fight with people who are counting on us. This isn’t about fighting other Democrats. This is about fighting for the America we believe in.”

But it quickly backfired with tons of comments like this:

Considering Warren is worth a good twelve million, she should’ve reconsidered those three measly dollars. But maybe she needed it to buy a box of chocolates.