From USA Today about Warren's interview on CNN:
(Warren) agreed Thursday during an interview with CNN, that the Democratic National Committee was "rigged" in favor of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Democratic primary.
"Very quickly Senator, do you agree with the notion that it was rigged?" Jake Tapper asked Warren.
Yes," Warren answered empathically.
The exchange occurred at the end of a discussion about former DNC chair Donna Brazile's conclusion that the Clinton campaign had control over the DNC and that the "system" was rigged "to throw the primary to Hillary."
"This is a real problem," Warren said. "But what we've got to do as Democrats now, is we've got to hold this party accountable."
Warren said the moment is a test of DNC Chair Tom Perez's leadership. "And either he's going to succeed by bringing Bernie Sanders and Bernie Sanders representatives into this process and they're going to say, 'It's fair, it works, we all believe it.' Or, he's going to fail, and I very much hope he succeeds," Warren said. "I hope for Democrats everywhere, I hope for Bernie and for all of Bernie's supporters that he's going to succeed."
Notice how Warren, who has been known to literally run away from reporters with less-than softball questions, completely ignores the result of Clinton's corruption. Instead she's focusing on the future.
Funny thing though: Elizabeth Warren is a very smart person. And the evidence about Clinton's rigging of the nomination process was well known early last year. But only now does this Harvard professor acknowledge it.
She says she wants to hold the party "accountable."
Well, gee, Senator, maybe you could start with yourself.
Brazile and Warren, masters of the obvious -- or perhaps just dishonest.
Who's next, Rachel Maddow?
Maddow was particularly savage in belittling Sanders and his supporters throughout the nomination battle. At the same time, she became quite the shill for Clinton.
And later, she blamed Sanders and his supporters for Clinton's loss.
I'm not holding my breath.
Either for Maddow's meal culpa -- or for a reporter to ask Clinton about her blatant gutting of the democratic process.
Think about where we would be right now if Clinton had not sabotaged Sanders' campaign -- and where we'd be if her sycophantic chorus had simply stated the obvious when it mattered.