In the Democratic primary election, the voters are heading toward a schism. The party is splitting, thanks to the millennial masses who are shoving the party to the left…sometimes violently. The whole thing has a real 60’s vibe to it, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is hoping to ride that radicalism right into the Oval Office.
Sharing the left side of the party’s stage with him was Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who chose to remain in the race through Super Tuesday, despite the obvious implications that would have for clear progressive frontrunner.
Now, after siphoning off some much needed support for Bernie, Warren has decided to end her bid for the presidency.
Outside her Cambridge, Massachusetts, home Thursday, Warren said she wasn’t going to endorse anyone right away.
“I need some space and I need a little time right now,” she said, standing next to her husband, Bruce Mann, and golden retriever, Bailey.
Warren’s voice cracked when she talked about meeting so many little girls while campaigning around the country for the past year and knowing they “are going to have to wait four more years,” at least, to see a woman in the White House.
The battle will rage on in the coming weeks, as a two-horse race appears: Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders versus moderate mainstay Joe Biden.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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