It’s the New Hampshire primary, so the 2020 Democrats are in the state trying to talk to as many people as possible.
Elizabeth Warren, who is not polling great there, visited a diner on Monday and did not get the rock star treatment she might have been expecting.
In fact, it was a little bit awkward.
Red State reports:
Awkward: Elizabeth Warren Stops by Local New Hampshire Diner and No One Cares
Don’t you just hate it when you’re trying to eat, but a politician walks in and tries to use you as a publicity stunt. Some poor souls in Manchester, NH, had to endure just that at the hands of Elizabeth Warren, and by the looks of the crowd, they just wanted to eat.
A video posted by The Hill shows Warren shaking hands with a family sitting and eating in a diner. At first, the family is cordial but soon return to their meal. Warren, however, is still awkwardly waving, pointing, and acknowledging people who aren’t engaging with her at all.
Take a lok below:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren stops by a local diner in Manchester, NH. pic.twitter.com/gP41EA6jKk
— The Hill (@thehill) February 10, 2020
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The people just don’t seem very interested, do they?
Give it up Liz. They just want to eat.
— 🇺🇸😎MAMADOXIE🤬🇺🇸 (@Mamadoxie) February 10, 2020
I don’t think any of those people give a damn.
— Jeffrey (@itsalonewolf) February 10, 2020
Everybody is like : “Don’t make eye contact with her whatever you do.”
— Denny Loggins: Dog-faced Pony Soldier (@DennyLoggins) February 10, 2020
This is hilarious.
*Elizabeth Warren enters a room*
The lady in the pink sweater is all of us. pic.twitter.com/OrEvLXhuec
— ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) February 10, 2020
Sorry Liz, they’re just not that into you.
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