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WARREN: Shrill, Toxic, Female... & Leading?

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Will 'Sexist' White Males Derail Warren? By Patrick J. Buchanan

( he means sensible )

After celebrating Tuesday's takeover of Virginia's legislature and the Kentucky governorship, the liberal establishment appears poised to crush its biggest threat: the surging candidacy of Elizabeth Warren.

From the tempo and tenor of the attacks, establishment fears of Warren's success are real -- and understandably so.

Two Wednesday polls show Warren running even with Joe Biden nationally. And a new Iowa poll shows Warren in front of the field with 20%, and Biden falling into fourth place with 15%.

The danger for Democrats: While Warren is now the party's front-runner, they fear she's a sure loser to Donald Trump in 2020.

And, again, with reason. A recent poll of six battleground states, including Pennsylvania, Florida and Michigan, showed Trump beating or tying Warren in all of them except for Arizona.

Nightmare scenario: Warren wins the nomination, but when her neo-Marxist agenda is exposed, Middle America recoils in horror.

The economic elite is already sounding the alarm.

Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase says Warren "vilifies successful people." Microsoft founder Bill Gates says her proposals would imperil "innovation" and "capital formation."

Writing in The New York Times, Obama adviser Steven Rattner describes a Warren presidency as "a terrifying prospect."

Warren would "extend the reach and weight of the federal government far further into the economy than anything even Franklin Roosevelt dreamed of (and) ... turn America's uniquely successful public-private relationship into a dirigiste European-style system."

"If you want to live in France" -- where half the GDP is controlled by the regime -- says Rattner, "Warren should be your candidate."

What finally shocked anti-Warren liberals into action was her recent revelation of how she intends to pay for her "Medicare for all" plan.

Warren's plan would require at least $23 trillion more in federal spending over a decade. Other experts say the added costs could run to $32 trillion, raising the U.S. government's share of the GDP by one-half and abolishing the private health insurance plans of 156 million Americans.

"Many of America's global champions, like banks and tech giants, would be dismembered," writes Rattner, "Shale fracking would be banned, which would send oil and natural gas prices soaring and cost millions of Americans their jobs."

She would raise the capital gains tax, impose new estate taxes, raise Social Security taxes on folks with higher incomes, and confiscate 2% of the wealth of those with $50 million in assets and 3% of the wealth of those with $1 billion, every year.

Writes Politifact: "All told, we counted $7 trillion in new spending over a 10-year period, and that's without Medicare for All. On the flip side, Warren offered specific tax proposals that came to $4.55 trillion."

Still, Warren's socialism is not what her main rivals, all white men, are zeroing in on. They've decided to play hardball.

Thursday, under a headline, "Warren Faces Accusations that She's 'Angry,' Which Supporters Say is Sexist," The Washington Post reported:

"Two of the leading male candidates in the Democratic presidential primary race -- Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg -- have escalated separate lines of attack as they attempt to counter the field's most prominent woman: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is antagonistic and angry."

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POSSIBILITY: More Black males might vote for Trump than Fauxcahontas

Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren Visibly Shaken After Black Protesters Storm Her Speech in Atlanta

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Buttigieg claims 2nd, Warren sinks in new US 2020 poll


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Poll: Warren Overwhelmingly Leads in Support Among LGBT Voters

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 10: Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and CNN presidential town hall focused on LGBTQ issues on October 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. It is the first Presidential event broadcast on a major news network focused …
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) leads in the Democrat primary among LGBT voters, a YouGov and Out magazine poll revealed.

YouGov and Out magazine collaborated to examine the Democrat primary preferences of LGBT voters, surveying 816 likely voters November 11-18. Respondents overwhelmingly chose Warren as their candidate of choice. She bested Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who came in second place, by double digits.

The Massachusetts senator garnered 31 percent support, followed by Sanders with 18 percent support, former Vice President Joe Biden (D) with 16 percent support, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) with 14 percent support. Buttigieg’s fourth-place status is significant, as he is the only self-proclaimed member of the LGBT community in the race.


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