All of a sudden Elizabeth Warren is playing to empty halls . . Sometimes you're going great then can't resist making that one statement that you just know is going to make your campaign then just the opposite happens. Ole "Liz" who used to live on lies may have pandered one too many times with her "Wealth Tax" that she has offered. She's thinking that so many people hate the wealthy and so will gladly accept someone that will "stick it to them" but one thing Ole Liz forgets is that these uber-wealthy folks donate a lot of money and are crucial for candidates to know and pamper unless of course, the candidate is like Donald Trump and already has their own wealth built-in.
There always is a tipping point and could be that she's found it with her most recent "Wealth Tax" along with issuing an estimate as to the cost of giving everyone free healthcare and insurance. People know that taxing the wealthy works only as long as the wealthy stands for it and with her recent pronouncements Bill Gates and others, I'm sure, have made it known that their support and votes do have limits and she's exceeded those limits for many of them. Even the middle-class folks know that once these uber-rich folks move from the United States, which they can and will, then they will no longer be there to pay her gotcha tax and those left, the middle class and even lower class will have to make up the missing funds.
Can't blame Ole Liz though because she's used to getting along on lies and deception and hey promise everything to everyone and get their votes or enough to win the Presidency and once you have it then it really doesn't matter what you've said because you are there and can just say "sorry" or easier blame it on the Republicans for messing all the plans up. Why not, because deception comes natural and for the modern-day Democrats they live on sowing division among folks. One thing you could bet the house on and that is if somehow Warren became the Democrat candidate, and won, you'd see the most historic one-day drop/loss in the stock market that would rival any drop previous to that, including the Great Depression.