The snowflakes are already getting emotional about the likelihood that President Donald Trump is going to be their president for another four years.
After coming in fifth place in the Iowa caucuses and fourth place in the New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is already trying to console her sad supporters.
Warren sent a sorrowful email to supporters following her poor performance in New Hampshire’s primary on Tuesday night, assuring them it is acceptable to “take a moment and feel that pain” and encouraging them to eat extra chocolate, hug a pet, and “watch videos of cats and dogs who are friends” to better cope with the outcome.
“Last night didn’t go the way we wanted it to go,” Warren’s email blast reads. “We were hoping for a better resulting New Hampshire, and a lot of volunteers and grassroots supporters fought really hard to make it happen.”
“It hurts to cares much, work so hard, and still fall a little short,” the email continues, telling supporters that it is “okay to take a moment and feel that pain or process that disappointment” and listing a variety of ways to cope with the results.
“Take a walk around the block, eat an extra piece of chocolate, hug your pet, adopt a pet, watch videos of cats and dogs who are friends, call a friend — whatever works,” the email reads.
“But once you’ve let it all out, take a deep breath, square our shoulders, and make a plan — a plan to fight back and win,” it adds. “A plan to help make sure that we won’t have to feel this way again”:
Warren appeared on MSNBC on Tuesday night after her abysmal performance and said the embarrassing loss is a “disappointment,” but maintained a stroke of optimism, telling the outlet that “98 percent of people still haven’t been heard from” and predicting that it will be a “long primary process.”
This also came a week after Warren stopped just short of calling President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees “deplorable,” which probably did not sit well with many Independent voters.
Warren said Sunday that Trump has nominated judges who stand for racist, sexist, homophobic, and anti-voter sentiments and urged voters to “look at their written records.”
“I think what’s at the heart of it is who you ask to be a judge,” Warren said at the “We the People 2020” forum in Des Moines, which featured the top 2020 Democrats.
“And I’ll tell you what the answer has been for Donald Trump, cause I’ve seen these guys. Homophobic, that’s in. Racist, that’s in. Sexist, oh yeah, most definitely. And anti-voter. That’s been a big qualification. He has named one person after another,” Warren continued.
She added” “And I don’t mean we have kind of a sense that that’s who those people are. I mean look at their written records. Look at the activities they’ve already engaged in. Look at the fights they’ve been in and what side they’ve been on.”
Democrats refuse to learn their lesson.
According to Warren — and many other Democrats — anyone who is Christian, believes in God, and supports the U.S. Constitution and the way our Founders wrote it is apparently a racist, sexist, homophobic.
With comments like these, it’s no surprise her campaign is tanking and in a free-for-all.