Elizabeth Warren’s descent into unhinged hysteria continues.
The possible 2020 presidential candidate continues to stake out the farthest-to-the-left ground as possible ahead of the upcoming Democratic presidential primary contest.
But her latest attacks on Trump were so over the top, many are beginning to question her grip on reality.
Warren spoke to reporters shortly after Donald Trump tweeted his accusations that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 presidential campaign.
She slammed Trump and called him a “failing” President.
“I just think it’s becoming clearer every day that President Trump is failing and he knows it, and that’s what these wild allegations are about,” Warren, D-Mass., told reporters after touring a community health center in Lynn.
“This man clearly does not know how to conduct himself. He is president, and he’s out tweeting about ratings on ‘The Apprentice’ and making wild accusations with no foundation about our former president,” Warren, a frequent Trump critic, and Obama supporter added. “President Trump is failing. He knows it. And he is trying to find a way to distract the press and to distract the American people.”
Warren continued her attacks and repeated – without evidence –that the Trump campaign was tied to Russia.
Masslive.com also reports:
“Warren has called for an independent investigation into ties between the Trump 2016 campaign and Russian officials. At least six Trump associates are accused of being in contact with Russian officials.
“I think he’s hoping we’ll just move from one crazy accusation to the next. That seems to be his MO. Remember all the Massachusetts people who went across the border to New Hampshire, according to President Trump?” Warren said, referring to Trump’s earlier allegation of widespread voter fraud in New Hampshire.
“He didn’t have one little dot of evidence to support that,” Warren said. “But it certainly gave him a big press story and distracted people from talking about the relationship between the Trump campaign and Russia, a point that’s under active investigation right now, and for which, every few days, more information comes out about the linkage.”
But while Warren was pushing her conspiracy theory, it was being knocked down with on-the-record comments given by former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
Appearing on Meet the Press, Clapper stated that no evidence existed proving the Trump campaign had colluded with the Russians on hacking the email accounts of DNC staffers and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
Warren continued to peddle this increasingly discredited conspiracy theory literally in the wake of factual denials from officials who had access to the intelligence pertaining to Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election.
And by pushing her alternative facts to fit the left-wing narrative, critics contend that Warran has fully transitioned into fantasy land now, instead of acknowleging reality.