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#NeverWarren started trending after Tuesday’s Democrat debate, which ended with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) refusing to shake Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) hand.

Critics cried foul following the conclusion of the talk, claiming that CNN clearly demonstrated a bias towards Sanders. The difficulty boiled over after CNN moderator Abby Phillip requested Warren how she felt about Sanders alleged comment a few lady being unable to win the presidency — a comment he denied simply seconds earlier than:

Phillips: You’re saying that you simply by no means advised Senator Warren that a lady couldn’t win the election?

Bernie: Right.

Phillips: Warren, what did you assume when Sanders stated a lady couldn’t win the election?

Warren: I disagreed. Bernie is my good friend, and I’m not right here to attempt to struggle with Bernie.

“And I feel one of the simplest ways to speak about who can win is by taking a look at individuals’s profitable document. So, can a lady beat Donald Trump?” Warren continued, seemingly trying to garner feminist help.

“Take a look at the lads on this stage. Collectively, they’ve misplaced 10 elections,” Warren stated. “The one individuals on this stage who’ve gained each single election that they’ve been in are the ladies, Amy and me.”

“And the one individual on this stage who has crushed an incumbent Republican any time up to now 30 years is me,” she continued, leading to a clumsy forwards and backwards with Sanders:

SANDERS: Properly, simply to set the document straight, I defeated an incumbent Republican operating for Congress.


SANDERS: Nineteen-ninety.

That’s how I gained, beat a republican congressman.


Quantity two…

WARREN: Thirty years in the past.

SANDERS: … in fact, I don’t assume there’s any debate up right here…

WARREN: Wasn’t it 30 years in the past?

SANDERS: I beat an incumbent Republican congressman.

WARREN: And I stated I used to be the one one who’s crushed an incumbent Republican in 30 years.

The talk concluded with an icy sentiment, as Warren refused to shake Sanders’ hand.

Sanders supporters weren’t simply upset with CNN and the Democratic Nationwide Committee (DNC) following the talk. They have been additionally upset with Warren and expressed their sentiments on Twitter. Nevertheless, the remarks additionally prompted many Democrats to scramble, stepping ahead to talk out towards the #NeverWarren development and contending that, if she is the candidate, they need to all unite behind her. #CNNisTrash, #WarrenIsASnake, and #WomenforBernie additionally trended following the talk.

Here’s a sampling:

#NeverWarren and #WarrenIsAsnake is trending. Such bizarre conduct.

— Gennette Cordova (@GNCordova) January 15, 2020

I see that #CNNisTrash is trending #2 in California.

— Ben Manski (@BenManski) January 15, 2020

Berners personal Twitter tonight! #CNNisTrash and #NeverWarren are each trending, in addition to a touch of Van Jones bashing.

— Invoice Cimbrelo 🌹 (@Bill_Cimbrelo) January 15, 2020


Yesterday I took some warmth from Warren supporters I respect for calling the assertion about #Bernie a “low blow.” At no level did I accuse her of leaking the story. However apparently, CNN confirms she DID leak it. I reject tags like #NeverWarren, however I reaffirm my tweet:

— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) January 15, 2020

I’ve respect for each Sanders and Warren.

I’m supporting Warren as a result of her insurance policies targeted on Black ladies early.

Bernie at one level pushed her to run for President. So this #NeverWarren nonsense must cease.

We should always fortunately vote for both one who will get the nod.

— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) January 15, 2020

This #NeverWarren hashtag simply exhibits you ways a lot Bernie’s marketing campaign has grow to be a cult of character. Take a deep breath, individuals, as a result of any individual on that stage is one million occasions higher than Trump.

— SeanKentComedy (@seankent) January 15, 2020

#NeverWarren? I actually consider if Bernie weren’t on this race that he himself would vote for Warren out of those candidates.

— Patricia Arquette (@PattyArquette) January 15, 2020

Early within the candidacy, Warren organized w/Black ladies, LGBTQ+ individuals, and other people with disabilities. Her insurance policies deliberately focused marginalized communities w/PLANS. Similar individuals saying “vote for the nominee” at the moment are posting #NeverWarren. However I suppose sexism doesn’t exist?

— Preston Mitchum (@PrestonMitchum) January 15, 2020

Saying #NeverWarren or By no means any Democratic candidate who might win the nomination is WHITE PRIVILEGE on show. PERIOD.

— (((DeanObeidallah))) (@DeanObeidallah) January 15, 2020

Anybody posting #NeverWarren will get blocked instantly.

That sort of nonsense tells me that you simply’re actually solely involved together with your candidate profitable—which is how we acquired Trump. We have seen this film earlier than.

We’re making an attempt to take away a traditionally malignant despot.

Do higher.

— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) January 15, 2020

It have to be good for the #NeverWarren people to not should fake they have been ever going to vote for anybody aside from Bernie.

— Matthew Monagle (@LabSplice) January 15, 2020

That is extremely unhappy and petty, and it doesn’t characterize or mirror the Bernie Sanders supporters who I do know to be dedicated to radical progressive change and never this infantile nonsense that solely serves to divide and distract.#NeverWarren

— Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 (@cmclymer) January 15, 2020

Moderately than #NeverWarren, I’m voting blue regardless of who. I hate seeing this Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren drama. The CNN moderators and producers needed to stir issues up once more as a result of they care extra about scores than democracy. I really like Sanders and I really like Warren.


— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) January 15, 2020

I experience with @BernieSanders. Full cease.

But when @ewarren takes it, I will be proper there together with her.

Why? I am an Arab + Muslim-Am physician who’s TOO DAMN TIRED of watching individuals die w/o healthcare, schooling, & jobs + wars began within the Center east to fall for #neverwarren.

— Abdul El-Sayed (@AbdulElSayed) January 15, 2020

#WomenForBernie has now moved as much as #2. Unreal.

We see what you are doing @jack#Expose2020

— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) January 14, 2020

I’m NOT a “Bernie Bro”!

I’m a lady in politics

I’m robust & can assume critically

I’m extremely succesful to decide on a candidate based mostly on coverage

I will not be shamed to vote solely on id

I proudly help Bernie Sanders one hundred%!#ITrustBernie#WomenForBernie #PresidentSanders

— Amy Vilela (@amy4thepeople) January 14, 2020

Despite the fact that I categorically rejected the time period “Bernie bro” in 2016, one huge remorse from that marketing campaign helps perpetuate the narrative that #Bernie supporters have been all indignant white males.

Which is why I am amplifying #WomenForBernie, to cease the erasure of his ladies supporters.

— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) January 14, 2020

“The framing of the query was undoubtedly one-sided,” Sanders surrogate Nina Turner advised Breitbart Information within the spin room Tuesday.

She continued:

It shouldn’t have been framed that approach. The query ought to have been requested, ‘Senator, did you say this,’ and let him reply. And then you definitely say the identical factor to Senator Warren, ‘He stated he didn’t say it. Did he say it?’ However as an alternative, they framed it as if it was absolute. And that’s improper.

Matt Perdie

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