(FiveNation.com)- Having failed miserably in her run for the Democratic nomination for president (can you imagine if she’s have won that?), Senator Elizabeth Warren has just announced that she plans to run for re-election in 2024.
Speaking to Politico in an interview published over the weekend, Warren simply responded, “yep,” when she was asked whether she plans to run again for her Senate seat in Massachusetts.
Warren, who is already 71 years old, will likely cling to her position in the Senate for as long as she can until a possibility to run for presidency comes along again…and with President Joe Biden nearing 80 years old, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that she runs again in 2024 or even 2028.
To get there, however, she’ll need to prove herself to the Democratic Party and the base that didn’t nominate her in 2020. Warren even failed to become the Treasury Secretary under the Biden administration, losing out to Janet Yellen.
She was too far-left even for Joe Biden…
Politico added that the failure of her recent efforts to enter the White House “seem to weigh heavily on Warren” and describes how she addresses those disappointments in her new book, “Persist.”
Do we really need another book from a failed presidential candidate?
“In 2012, I was new to politics. In 2020, I was new to losing,” she says I the book.
“I didn’t win the presidency, of course”; “Damn, I’d lost”; “And no, I didn’t win”; “I hadn’t won my fight”; “I’d laid out my plans and fought as hard as I knew how. And I’d lost.”
When asked whether she believes there is any kind of path to victory for her far-left campaigns, she simply told Politico, “Look, we know the outcome, but I didn’t make it. I know that.”
Let’s see where this third Senate campaign goes…