[Ed. – The media kept her propped up all this time, but she became a heavy lift.]
Being president just wasn’t in Elizabeth Warren’s DNA. The New York Times’s favorite candidate has nevertheless stopped persisting. After finishing third in her home state of Massachusetts on Super Tuesday, all the smoke signals were there, and the media could no longer circle the wagons around her.
The question was never about if Warren was going to fold her tent and go home, it was simply a case of when. Warren was supposedly considering taking her candidacy all the way to the convention, but that would have been quite the gamble for both her and her party. She was reportedly also fielding calls from both the Biden and Bernie campaigns for her endorsement
Warren entered the race with the perception as the staunch policy wonk, piggybacking her campaign slogan of having a plan for everything on Vox Dot Com.