Hillary Clinton is still pulling the strings. Warren showed her loyalty and will be rewarded by establishment support.

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    joentokyo
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    Hillary Clinton is still pulling the strings. Warren showed her loyalty and will be rewarded by establishment support. Warren is an establishment candidate, a vote for Warren is a vote for Hillary Clinton and a continuation of their corrupt practices within the Democratic Party. #NeverWarren

    She’s been so consistent in her support for centrist establishment candidates proving her loyalty to the Clinton machine. She has Hillbots in her campaign now, and like Obama she’ll fill them with Clintonites, leaving Hillary pulling Warren’s strings in the shadows.

    What will a Warren administration look like? Instead of getting a list from Citigroup (like Obama) she’ll be getting her list from Hillary Clinton herself.

    Warren is Hillary 2.0.

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    https://www.reddit.com/r/WayOfTheBern/comments/d1oi0w/hillary_clinton_is_still_pulling_the_strings/

     

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    PADemD
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    My concern is that Warren, or Biden, will pick Hillary for VP.  I really don’t think Warren will pick Bernie.

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      Stockholmer
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      Zero chance anyone picks Shillary as their VP.

      That would court electoral disaster.

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        joentokyo
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        Not mention being the same as signing your own death warrant.

        It is money, money, money! Not ideas, not principles, but money that reigns supreme in American politics. ~Robert Byrd

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      gordyfl
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      If Hillary runs as a VP in 2020, she’ll end up writing a book called “What Happened: Part 2”.

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    djean111
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    I do not see Hillary accepting the VP slot.  Not for one minute.  I can imagine Hillary taking center stage when/if there is no winner on the first round of voting at the convention, though, as “savior”  and “because I should have won the first time”.  I sincerely doubt that there is not some sort of plan, really.  So much money to be made!  Hillary/The DNC, Inc.  still believe they are entitled to our votes.  And that Trump!!!  Russia!!!!  First Woman!!!  is still a great campaign strategy.

    Although – hmmmm – Cheney pretty much ran things as VP……

    I will not vote for a Vichy Dem. Period. As always, I decide who is a Vichy Dem.

    Bernie's ISSUES or Bust!

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    Ohio Barbarian
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    Warren is Hillary 2.0? I think that’s taking it too far. Warren isn’t nearly that bad. She’s still not good enough to be the President America and the world needs, and Bernie is, but she’s not atrocious.

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      joentokyo
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      In my opinion, she is Obama 2.0, promise anything; deliver nothing.

      It is money, money, money! Not ideas, not principles, but money that reigns supreme in American politics. ~Robert Byrd

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    Bluesuedeshoes
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    Warren is out of the question.  Is Hillary looking to “save the day” with Warren as her VP?

     

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