Fauxcahontas Confirms Her Plans for 2020 and Not Everyone Will Like Them

Liberals are desperate to find a candidate for 2020, and so far, they’re scraping the bottom of the barrel.

They’ve thrown out candidates like Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Oprah, Maxine Waters, The Rock…

Truthfully, they’re all desperate choices, but Democrats were still holding onto hope that Elizabeth Warren would possibly run in 2020.

Well, Democrats…prepare to have your dreams CRUSHED.

According to Warren, she’s not planning to run for president against Donald Trump in 2020.

Given the fact that liberals will lie about anything, we can’t rule that out completely, but it’s looking highly unlikely that Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren will actually run.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has been one of President Donald Trump’s biggest critics, which gave progressive liberals hope that she would run for president in 2020.

During an event in Revere, Massachusetts, on Friday, Warren announced that she will not run for president in 2020.

“I am doing my job every single day. I’m not running for president,” Warren told a crowd of approximately 300, the Boston Herald reported.
According to the Massachusetts Democrat, she is focused solely on resisting Trump’s agenda, although she is up for re-election in 2018.

“We are focused on right now and need to be focused on the fights that are in front of us,” Warren said.

“We barely escaped having health care rolled back for 25 million Americans. We’ve got a budget battle coming up. We got a possible shutdown of the government coming up in September. We have an immigration crisis on our hands. We got a Russia investigation.”

Warren’s senate campaign opponent, Republican state Rep. Geoff Diehl, says Warren is too busy focusing on being a national spokesperson for liberal policies than she is about representing those she serves in Massachusetts.

“She’s running for president. This is just, she’s taking us for granted, just sees this as a pit stop on her way to national office,” Diehl told Warren supporters outside the event.

Sources: Boston Herald, The Blaze, and Truthfeed

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