Last Updated on January 18, 2022
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appeared to lose control of her emotions on a CBS panel after she was confronted with data showing that Democrats have lost a massive amount of popular support in domestic elections after just one year of the Biden presidency.
“Let me ask you about 2024, is President Biden up for the job?” one panelist asked.
“President Biden’s running for re-election, I expect to support him,” Warren replied.
Warren went on to defend Biden’s poor performance and job approval ratings by arguing that only one quarter of the term has passed, and that there was a “lot more ahead of us.”
“But you only have probably less than a year before you lose the Senate and the House,” another panelist chimed in, prompting Warren to snarl “Ah, bite your tongue! Bite your tongue!”
Elizabeth Warren has HYSTERICAL MELTDOWN when asked about supporting Joe Biden in 2024
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) January 18, 2022
When confronted with Gallup polling data showing Biden’s deleterious impact on support for Democrat candidates in the mid-term elections, Warren move to turn the conversation to one of her passion projects, cancelling all student loan debt.
Warren was recently dubbed “Senator Karen’ by tech entrepreneur Elon Musk.
“Let’s change the rigged tax code so The Person of the Year will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else,” Warren wrote, accompanied by a Boston Globe article announcing that musk had been named “Person of the Year.”
“Stop projecting!” Musk shot back, attaching an article exposing Warren’s “high cheekbones” native ancestry hoax with a headline titled “Elizabeth Warren is a fraud — Her lies about being Native American disqualify her from presidency, Senate.”
Musk went on to castigate Warren in another tweet, stating “You remind me of when I was a kid and my friend’s angry Mom would just randomly yell at everyone for no reason.”
“Please don’t call the manager on me, Senator Kare,” Musk quipped. “Karen” refers to an internet stereotype of a loud and annoying middle-aged or older woman who constantly complains about the actions of other people, and demands to “speak to the manager.”