How Quickly the Tide Turns
Last week, Warren was riding high on the top of a wave, ballyhooed by many in the MSM as the new front-runner even though she was only a bit ahead in a few corporate polls while Biden has pretty much stayed seemingly comfortably atop the heap in aggregate polling. Of course, these corporate polls are essentially flawed because they can't seem to get a grip on independent and young voters, but we've discussed that quite a bit here.
This week following the debate, it seems like the MSM is launching a new wave of attacks on Warren, questioning her credibility and leadership abilities. Here's an editorial from Josh Rogin in WaPo to start:
It should be obvious this week that the United States needs a president who has the foreign policy chops to speak clearly about the United States’ role in the world and has a real plan to keep our country safe. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) ascendance to pseudo-front-runner status compels us to examine if she is meeting that test — and based on her recent performance, she is failing.
And there's a bunch more new anti-Warren articles just in Wapo. . .
. . . . that I was going to include, but I just got kicked out coz of their paywall. Reminds me though, of when WaPo published umpteen negative articles about Bernie in 2016.
Im starting to think the whole field is turning on Liz, but im not sure why.
Either they dont trust her (possible), they dont think she can win (likely) or its just factions taking the gloves of (most likely) https://t.co/5OUpFRBwEW
— fToRrEeEsSt #BernieSquad2020 (@fToRrEeEsSt1) October 16, 2019
Alas, poor Lizzy, we knew her all too well.
— Rebel One (@r_e_b_1) October 16, 2019
Anyone come across a graphic with Mayor Pete's head on top of an ice cream cone? Coz it sure seems like he's the new flavor fave of the MSM season.