Elizabeth Warren’s decision to endorse Joe Biden leaves unanswered questions

Well, it finally happened. On Wednesday, Elizabeth Warren bit the bullet and formally endorsed Joseph Biden for President. Her support is surprising coming from, the same woman who brutally attacked Brett Kavanaugh and Michael Bloomberg based upon their alleged sexual wrongdoing. Neither in her video endorsement nor at any other time has Warren said a thing about Joe Biden’s long record of groping little girls and women (as seen on videos) or about Tara Reade’s allegation that Biden sexually assaulted her.

Warren’s endorsement video has an awful lot of nice things to say about Joe Biden:

While the video is superficially generic, the reality is that Warren’s hypocrisy in endorsing Biden is breathtaking. In 2018, when Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination was temporarily derailed by Christine Blasey-Ford’s risible and unsubstantiated sexual assault claims, Warren was one of the most aggressive senators attacking Kavanaugh:

Senator Warren certainly was a “believe all women” firebrand back in 2018. She showed the same zeal for believing and defending women when she launched a scathing attack against Mike Bloomberg in February based upon allegations about how he treated women in the workplace:

“I’d like to talk about who we’re running against,” she said. “A billionaire who calls women ‘fat broads’ and ‘horse-faced lesbians.’ And no, I’m not talking about Donald Trump. I’m talking about Mayor Bloomberg.”

About 40 minutes later, the debate returned to Bloomberg’s alleged mistreatment of women when he was asked to address the accusations. He responded by touting the number of women in leadership positions within his foundation and business, noting, “I have no tolerance for the kind of behavior that the #MeToo movement has exposed.”

“I hope you heard what his defense was: ‘I’ve been nice to some women,’ ” Warren said, drawing applause. “That just doesn’t cut it.”

Clearly, Warren not only believes all women, she believes that men who harass and abuse women need to be removed from the political scene. Except for Joe Biden….

Tara Reade has made a credible allegation that Joe Biden pushed her against a wall in the Congress and penetrated her with his fingers. The media, determined to get President Trump out of the White House and currently stuck with Biden as the Democrat candidate, ignored the allegations as long as possible. Then they called the victim a liar.

As an outspoken feminist whose campaign was based in part on her assertion that her XY chromosomes entitled her to become the Democrat nominee, one would think that Elizabeth Warren would support Reade and eviscerate Biden. But when you’re a leftist, the only fixed principle is power; everything else is negotiable. So don’t ask, “What happened to Warren’s principles?” Instead, ask, “What did Joe Biden promise her in exchange for abandoning any semblance of decency?

Well, it finally happened. On Wednesday, Elizabeth Warren bit the bullet and formally endorsed Joseph Biden for President. Her support is surprising coming from, the same woman who brutally attacked Brett Kavanaugh and Michael Bloomberg based upon their alleged sexual wrongdoing. Neither in her video endorsement nor at any other time has Warren said a thing about Joe Biden’s long record of groping little girls and women (as seen on videos) or about Tara Reade’s allegation that Biden sexually assaulted her.

Warren’s endorsement video has an awful lot of nice things to say about Joe Biden:

While the video is superficially generic, the reality is that Warren’s hypocrisy in endorsing Biden is breathtaking. In 2018, when Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination was temporarily derailed by Christine Blasey-Ford’s risible and unsubstantiated sexual assault claims, Warren was one of the most aggressive senators attacking Kavanaugh:

Senator Warren certainly was a “believe all women” firebrand back in 2018. She showed the same zeal for believing and defending women when she launched a scathing attack against Mike Bloomberg in February based upon allegations about how he treated women in the workplace:

“I’d like to talk about who we’re running against,” she said. “A billionaire who calls women ‘fat broads’ and ‘horse-faced lesbians.’ And no, I’m not talking about Donald Trump. I’m talking about Mayor Bloomberg.”

About 40 minutes later, the debate returned to Bloomberg’s alleged mistreatment of women when he was asked to address the accusations. He responded by touting the number of women in leadership positions within his foundation and business, noting, “I have no tolerance for the kind of behavior that the #MeToo movement has exposed.”

“I hope you heard what his defense was: ‘I’ve been nice to some women,’ ” Warren said, drawing applause. “That just doesn’t cut it.”

Clearly, Warren not only believes all women, she believes that men who harass and abuse women need to be removed from the political scene. Except for Joe Biden….

Tara Reade has made a credible allegation that Joe Biden pushed her against a wall in the Congress and penetrated her with his fingers. The media, determined to get President Trump out of the White House and currently stuck with Biden as the Democrat candidate, ignored the allegations as long as possible. Then they called the victim a liar.

As an outspoken feminist whose campaign was based in part on her assertion that her XY chromosomes entitled her to become the Democrat nominee, one would think that Elizabeth Warren would support Reade and eviscerate Biden. But when you’re a leftist, the only fixed principle is power; everything else is negotiable. So don’t ask, “What happened to Warren’s principles?” Instead, ask, “What did Joe Biden promise her in exchange for abandoning any semblance of decency?