2020 democratic shakeup in full effect as unlikely candidate draws ENORMOUS crowds


With over twenty democrats still duking it out in the race to the White House, the next several months are sure to see their fair share of ups and downs within this large field of candidates.

For many, Joe Biden’s entrance into the race was a meteor strike, rocking the democratic party to its core.  Their youthful constituents were clamoring for a radical, ultra-progressive candidate who would upend the way America as a whole does business, and the centrist crowd that Biden represents were quickly tamping down their expectations as the former VP skyrocketed to the front of the pack.

Now, after months of believing Biden was a shoe-in for the nomination, it appears that the longtime Senator is going to have a fight on his hands – especially after seeing the sort of crowds that his opponents have been gathering on the campaign trail.

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Elizabeth Warren drew the largest crowd of her presidential campaign Sunday in Seattle, as an estimated 15,000 people turned out to support what she calls a movement for change.

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When touting her wealth tax of 2 cents on every dollar of assets above $50 million, Warren drew chants of “2 cents! 2 cents!” The loudest applause came when she called for overturning the Supreme Court’s ruling that lifted campaign finance restrictions.

Warren, who is running on a platform of economic populism with proposals such as the wealth tax and more regulation, comes in second behind Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden in many polls.

The one-time long-shot candidate had quite the statement to make regarding her potential matchup against the Commander in Chief as well.

“We’re not gonna win this by just saying ‘not Trump,’” Warren said at the International Fountain Park. “It’s not enough to be not Trump.”

Warren is not in a statistical dead heat with both the aforementioned Joe Biden and democratic socialist Bernie Sanders as of this writing.

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