U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren credited Joe Biden’s projected win to having the “the most progressive economic and racial justice platform” ever, according to Fox News.
Why do we listen to people who lost elections as if they are experts in winning elections?
McCaskill tried her approach. She ran as a caravan-hysteria Dem& lost while grassroots organizers won progressive measures in MO. Her language here shows how she took her base for granted. https://t.co/ZnTXI59MW9
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) November 5, 2020
“Florida became the eighth state to pass a $15 minimum wage,” she said.
“Arizona voted to increase taxes on the wealthy to fund public schools. Multiple states – red and blue – passed ballot measures to legalize marijuana. And Colorado said yes to 12 weeks of paid family leave.”
The lesson is clear.”
“Bold policies to improve opportunity for all Americans are broadly popular. Voters recognize that these reforms are necessary to fix what is broken in our nation.”
“We lost races we shouldn’t have lost,” Abigail Spanberger said.
“‘Defund the police’ almost cost me my race because of an attack ad. Don’t say ‘socialism’ ever again. We need to get back to basics.”
More from Fox News:
Joe Biden denied President Trump a second term in the White House last week in part because he and running mate Kamala Harris ran on “the most progressive economic and racial justice platform” ever, a prominent Democrat wrote Wednesday.
Warren also doesn’t mention a dollar figure for expected Biden tax hikes that some experts have pegged as high as $4 trillion.
Biden and Harris “ran on explicit plans to create new union jobs in clean energy, increase Social Security benefits, expand health care, cancel billions of dollars in student-loan debt, hold law enforcement accountable, make the wealthy pay their fair share, tackle climate change and provide for universal child care,” Warren, who is rumored to be vying for a Biden cabinet post, wrote in an op-ed in The Washington Post.