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Said a contributing columnist to The Washington Post Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mas.was “conflicting within the party” to say “I told you so” in Monday’s article.
Matt Bay opened in his article by noting that Warren was a Harvard Law professor, and that she “with unwavering subjective certainty, lends to every argument she makes an assumption of intellectual rigor.”
The piece also referred to Warren’s column in the New York Times, where she She said Democrats They will lose in the next midterm elections if they do not pass their agenda items in the next 200 days.
Warren also appeared in various media on Sunday as Paid The same message. Bay wrote that she would “be hard-pressed to find evidence that voters immediately reward anyone for passing massive spending programs,” suggesting that Warren’s calls to pass Democrats’ agenda items would not necessarily help those running in November.
“Just last year, Democrats spent nearly $2 trillion mitigating the effects of the pandemic,” he wrote, also noting that “largely no one noticed.”
“Let’s note the inconvenient fact that Warren is from Massachusetts, one of the bluest states in the United States. She’s really not the person you call when you want to know how to win a few competitive spots in Ohio and Pennsylvania,” Bey continued.
He said Warren was putting herself in a “very public position to say ‘I told you so’.” Bey also suggested that she might and should probably prepare herself for the 2024 show, adding that she was “a very talented nominee.”
“But the media should not treat their maneuvers as an act of intellectual courage—much less serious strategic advice—just because they come with shaky pedigree and notoriety,” he wrote.
In her column in the New York Times, Warren also invited President Biden To cancel student loan debt “entirely on its own.”
“And he can do more. Decisive action can be taken on everything from lowering prescription drug prices to ensuring that more workers are eligible for overtime pay by the president alone, using the authority already granted to him by existing laws, without 50 senators rounded up the votes,” Warren wrote.