She finally gets with the program….
She has taken more time to do this than Bernie Sanders , who was the closest to Biden in the race…
They ALL have to row together to beat Donald Trump come November…
Elizabeth Warren endorsed Joe Biden on Wednesday morning, the third big endorsement for the former vice president this week as Democrats unite for the general election.
“We’re all in this together now,” Warren said in a prerecorded video posted on Twitter. “And now, it’s up to all of us to help make Joe Biden the next president of the United States. Let’s get to work.”
The endorsement comes after Sen. Bernie Sanders and former President Barack Obama also endorsed Biden this week. With Sanders and Warren, Biden now has the backing of the two big-name progressive rivals as he tries to marshal the party for a bruising general election against President Donald Trump’s vast reelection effort.
Warren has mostly stayed quiet about the Democratic primary since her withdrawal on March 5. By remaining neutral when the race had narrowed to Biden and her longtime progressive ally Sanders, she angered many parts of the left but also helped Biden clinch the nomination.
Her endorsement video nods to Warren’s past ideological clashes with Biden going back to fights over bankruptcy reform in the early 2000’s.
“Among all the other candidates I competed with in the Democratic primary, there’s no one who I’ve agreed with 100% of the time over the years,” she said. “Joe Biden was there at the very moment I became a senator — he swore me in. And when he did, he said, ‘You gave me hell! And you’re gonna do a great job.'”
As Biden attempts to bring over many progressives who supported Sanders and Warren, the Massachusetts senator also attempted to reassure people on the left who may be skeptical of Biden….
The Democratic senators for Michigan and Wisconsin announced their endorsements for Joe Biden’s presidential bid Wednesday as the former vice president seeks to make inroads in the crucial swing states.
Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters and Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin announced their support for Biden, who has all but locked up the 2020 Democratic nomination after Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), his lone remaining primary rival, dropped out and endorsed him.
Both Stabenow and Peters cited Biden’s work in the Obama administration to help bail out the auto industry, which helped the Wolverine State during the recession…