Elizabeth Warren’s campaign is melting down.
Her latest desperation comments should be deeply concerning for all Americans.
And CNN said something about Elizabeth Warren that left everyone in shock.
Elizabeth Warren has been the candidate pushed by establishment Democrats.
They’re determined to have a female president to make up for Hillary Clinton’s failure in 2016.
But even the establishment is beginning to feel wobbly about Warren.
She has proven to be dishonest and inconsistent on a number of issues.
Warren has gone wildly to the left on economics in hopes of picking up Bernie Sanders’s socialist base, but then Warren backstabbed him and tried to smear him as a sexist.
Meanwhile, her inane universal healthcare plan that she intends to pay for without raising taxes on the middle class has caused her to lose support from the Wall Street Democrats.
Even liberals like MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and late-night host Stephen Colbert have called out Warren on her insistence that middle-class taxes won’t go up.
Despite all of that, Warren just made her most desperate move yet.
During the Senate impeachment trial, senators are allowed to ask questions, but the questions are submitted to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who reads them aloud verbatim.
Warren used this opportunity to take a shot at Roberts with her question.
Warren’s question as read by Roberts:
“At a time when large majorities of Americans have lost faith in government, does the fact that the chief justice is presiding over an impeachment trial in which Republican senators have thus far refused to allow witnesses or evidence contribute to the loss of legitimacy of the chief justice, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution?”
Roberts stared daggers at Warren for her desperate attempt to grab the spotlight.
Impeachment manager Adam Schiff quickly attempted to correct Warren’s blunder by saying, “Senator, I would not say that it contributes to a loss of confidence in the chief justice. I think the chief justice has presided admirably.”
A CNN panel didn’t waste any time blasting Warren for her sad attempt at making political hay.
On Erin Burnett’s “OutFront,” the host tried her best not to take a direct shot at Warren, calling it a “moment” where Justice Roberts showed “emotion.”
Her panelists were not as tactful.
Analyst Ryan Goodman said, “I don’t think that’s necessarily playing fair for [Roberts] to be put into that situation.”
Political commentator Scott Jennings went even further and said, “I thought that was ridiculous to hector and pressure the chief justice of the United States with that political question.”
It was so obvious what Warren was doing.
Everything about her comes off as inauthentic.
Jennings continued, “That was a question written by someone who’s running for president who doesn’t know any other way except to sort of be…I thought rather vicious in the way she was raising the specter of his illegitimacy.”
It’s a bad sign for Warren when even CNN is getting tired of her act.