ARE WE SUPPOSED TO THINK THAT BILLIONAIRES ARE STUPID?

Listen to Niko House and tell me, honestly, whether you think he’s full of crap or Sen. Warren is… The answer is not hard to reach.

When neoliberal and neoconservative billionaires fund Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren (to the tune of millions) — but not Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard (ever) — are we supposed to think that’s an accident?

Are we supposed to think that these privatization/war-obsessed oligarchs are morons? Incapable of recognizing the politicians who will do their bidding?

Sen. Elizabeth “Cherokee” Warren (who tells Palestinians and Native Americans alike to f’ off) is nothing more than Hillary 2.0 — a neoliberal politician funded by billionaires and oligarchs, and totally willing to lie about it. But she’s “progressive,” says the center-right! (Same as they said about far-right Hillary Clinton in 2016, despite all the evidence that Sec. Clinton spent her career in the neocon vanguard and was *the* candidate of Wall Street and the .01% in 2016, running well to the *right* of Donald Trump!)

Sen. Elizabeth Warren — who I’ll grant is not the worst of the worst — is about as “progressive” as Barack Obama, the president who normalized torture, assassination, full-society surveillance, journalist-persecution, and the permanent War on Terror.

Even her election, defeating Donald Trump (highly unlikely), would prove a defeat for the left, in the long run.

She’s willing to take PAC money and is funded by the same neo-fascists who backed Sec. Clinton. Because she has never fought for the left, the bourgeois simply love her, and the establishment trusts her implicitly. The genocidal neocons know that they have a champion in Elizabeth Warren.

(All the best reasons we should fear this serially dishonest agent of the far-right.)

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