Elizabeth Warren’s Facebook Fans on Clinton Endorsement: Noooooooooooo!

“I should have known all along that you were a sellout.”

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Et tu, Warren?

After news broke Thursday afternoon that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the progressive hero from Massachusetts, would endorse Hillary Clinton on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow show on Thursday night, Bernie Sanders’ fans took to Facebook to voice their frustration.

A quick sampling of the comments that appeared on Warren’s latest Facebook post Thursday afternoon:

By endorsing Hillary Clinton you are now a big reason for the corruption in our country. I should have known all along that you were a sellout since you never endorsed Bernie Sanders. #BernieorBust

If you endorse Shillarry and accept the VP position that will be two women I won’t vote for. One a criminal and the other a sellout.

An endorsement of Hillary Clinton will undo everything for which you have stood. An endorsement of Hillary Clinton will undo my faith in you as a person with integrity.

….shame on you for backing clinton….. another pseudo-progressive we must vote out of office.


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