Elizabeth Warren backs Biden reelection run, stops short of endorsing Kamala Harris on 2024 ticket

Count Senator Elizabeth Warren in for supporting a 2024 White House run by President Joe Biden as loyal Democrats circle the wagons around their embattled leader amidst a raging scandal over the presence of classified material in his Delaware home, but the progressive firebrand isn’t quite as enthusiastic when it comes to Vice President Kamala Harris.

The Massachusetts Democrat discussed Biden’s still to be formally announced reelection bid during a Friday appearance on Boston Public Radio and during the exclusive interview, she was asked about the prospect of another four years for the deeply unpopular incumbent under whose tenure the country has faced an unprecedented series of crises including war, spiraling energy costs and crushing inflation, especially when it come to food prices with eggs over $7 a dozen in some areas, and whether he should run again.

“You’re speaking of your having run for president. Should Joe Biden run again for president? He’ll be 86 by the time his second term is over,” asked the host, pointing out the advanced age of the octogenarian career politician who is already plagued by mental misfires that have led some to suggest that he is suffering from dementia.

Warren responded, “Yes, he should run again. And he is running again because he has gotten a tremendous amount done. It’s been two years. He’s had this hideous possible majority in the United States Senate and only a very small majority in the House. And yet look at what we’ve done.”

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After rattling off a series of Democrat policy wins, particularly the gargantuan, Orwellian-named Inflation Reduction Act that served as a Trojan horse for the Green New Deal and the most extreme elements of the globalist left’s climate change agenda, as well as gushing over the “CHIPS and SCIENCE bill,” Warren drew on her own past campaign experience as encouragement for the ethically-challenged geriatric demagogue to give it another go.

“This, when I ran for Senate a decade ago, I said one of the things I think we need to do as a nation, we need to double our investment in science. That is exactly what we did last summer. And Joe Biden signed that into law. He showed he’s willing to wade into the fights. He waded in to the fight on student loan debt for 43 million Americans,” she said of Biden’s student loan debt write-off that left responsible Americans footing the bill for slackers, chiselers and moochers.

Then the host went there, posing the question to “Pocahontas” on whether Harris should again be tabbed for the bottom half of the Democrat ticket after the unmitigated disaster of her being chosen in 2020 as a diversity pick, a sop to Congressional Black Caucus kingmaker Rep. James Clyburn of South Carolina who nearly single-handedly saved Biden’s presidential campaign by mobilizing his forces to stop Comrade Bernie Sanders’ momentum cold in the Palmetto State. Biden would go on to easily roll to the nomination but owed Clyburn a big favor which he delivered upon by elevating Kamala over more qualified alternatives simply because of her gender and skin color.

“If he’s that old in a second term, that vice presidency becomes even more important. Should Kamala Harris, be the, his choice a second time around?” The host asked, putting Warren on the spot.

Her answer fell far short of a ringing endorsement of Harris who is even more unpopular than Biden and the subject of mockery for her loopy proclamations and bizarre cackling that only serve to underscore what a disastrous choice that she was.

“Y’know, ah, you know, I really want to defer to what makes Biden comfortable on his team. I’ve known Kamala for a long time. I like Kamala. I knew her back when she was when she was attorney general. And I was still teaching. And we worked on the housing crisis together. So we go way back,” Warren responded.

“But they need, they have to be a team,” she added. “And my sense is they are. I don’t mean that by suggesting I think there are any problems. I think they are,” cracking the door wide open for speculation that dissension between the Biden and Harris teams could lead to her being dumped from the ticket.

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