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Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the presidential race last week following a disastrous Super Tuesday in which the Democrat senator failed to secure a win a single state – including her home state of Massachusetts.

Warren not only won zero states; she didn’t finish second in any primary. In fact, her Massachusetts finish was actually her top performance and the only state where she won more than 20% of the vote.

Warren supporters have been quick to blame the Massachusetts senator’s defeat on ‘sexism.’

When asked her thoughts on sexism’s role in the campaign, Warren replied that questions about sexism are a “trap.”

“Gender in this race, you know, that is the trap question for every woman. If you say, ‘yeah, there was sexism in this race,’ everyone says ‘whiner,'” she said. “And if you say, ‘no, there was no sexism,’ about a bazillion women think, ‘what planet do you live on?””

Warren ominously added that she “promised” she would have a lot more to say on that issue in the future.

Fair enough. In fact, fantastic! Because if sexism was at the root of Warren’s failure to connect with voters, that sexism was exclusive to the Democrat party.

Fascinating. And all this time we’ve been told it was the Republicans who are anti-women.

WIBC host Tony Katz explains his thesis on the matter in the clip below.

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