CNN Table Sets Iowa Debate for Liz Warren

1/18/20 UPDATE: Remember when Katherine Harris attacked Joe Biden in one of the early Democratic presidential debates? Her attack was so well-planned her campaign even had t-shirts already made to immediately follow her debate gambit. She was resoundingly criticized for this.

Well, the same holds true for Liz Warren and her recent attack on Bernie Sanders in the recent Iowa debate. The Warren Campaign has developed a nail polish called “Claws Out!” Warren proponents began pushing the nail polish immediately after she attacked Sanders.

Image for post
Image for post

The CNN debate objective appeared to make all candidates seem preferable to Donald Trump, but also to boost Warren’s bid to grab progressive votes away from Bernie Sanders. The ultimate objective, on behalf of corporate America, is to prevent Sanders from achieving a 1st ballot nomination victory.

Word of caution: I suspect Warren and Clinton media connections will set a secondary trap in New Hampshire, a state which has an all-female congressional delegation (2 senators/2 congresswomen) comprised of Clinton-like moderates and liberals. Also, forget not that Warren’s campaign chair and press secretary are former Hillary Clinton staffers, and HRC’s former campaign manager works for CNN. CNN fit in very nicely for Warren’s Bernie trap!

Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post
Image for post

Written by

Founder of Climate Change Band; former NH State Rep; Supporter of Bernie Sanders & Standing Rock!

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store