- Model Emily Ratajkowski dumped her feelings about Bernie Sanders dropping out of the presidential race today.
- She said she was “hopeless and devastated.”
- Maybe if she supported Bernie when he needed it most, instead of posting semi-nude photos, he would’ve had a chance.
Bernie Sanders dropped out of the presidential race today. Supermodel and ‘influencer’ Emily Ratajkowski took to Twitter today to dump her feelings about it.
She said she was and “hopeless and devastated and powerless.” While I, too, would pick Bernie Sanders over ‘Sleepy’ Joe Biden, I was not foolish enough to believe in the DNC.
Maybe Emily Ratajkowski Should’ve Done a Little More ‘Influencing’
I can understand Emily Ratajkowski’s feelings of hopelessness. We are once again stuck between a rock and a dumb place, with two terrible presidential candidates.
Emily has made her feelings about Bernie Sanders relatively visible in past months, but not nearly as visible as her body. When Bernie’s campaign was flashing red alert signals for help, where was Emily? Oh, that’s right, posting semi-nude photos with a dog.
I wonder many voters were influenced by this post. | Source:
How about today, when Bernie Sanders announced he would drop out ? Emily gives us a somber photo of her butt.
She’s had a history of trying to get her point while promoting herself. This, naturally, ruins the message. And unfortunately, most people aren’t following her for her opinions, just like people don’t subscribe to Playboy for the articles.
Bernie Sanders Never Had a Chance Against Joe Biden
Sad as it is for Emily Ratajkowski, Bernie Sanders’ bid was hopeless from the start. As the world shifts rapidly around us, some things never change. The DNC yet again seems dead-set on losing to Donald Trump.
Joe Biden does not stand much a chance against Trump.
Just like Hilary Clinton in , the DNC is trotting out another hopeless candidate. Why did Emily Ratajkowski think this time would be any different?
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