The radical Democrat voter base is begging Elizabeth Warren to run for President.

And she has positioned herself as a leader in the resistance to Donald Trump.

So when she finally revealed her plans to run for President it sent shockwaves around Washington.

Democrats were stunned when Elizabeth Warren told supporters she was not running for President.

The Blaze reports:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has been one of President Donald Trump’s biggest critics, which gave progressive liberals hope that she would run for president in 2020.

During an event in Revere, Massachusetts, on Friday, Warren announced that she will not run for president in 2020.

“I am doing my job every single day. I’m not running for president,” Warren told a crowd of approximately 300, the Boston Herald reported.

According to the Massachusetts Democrat, she is focused solely on resisting Trump’s agenda, although she is up for re-election in 2018.

“We are focused on right now and need to be focused on the fights that are in front of us,” Warren said. “We barely escaped having health care rolled back for 25 million Americans. We’ve got a budget battle coming up. We got a possible shutdown of the government coming up in September. We have an immigration crisis on our hands. We got a Russia investigation.”

Some pundits speculate this is just Warren putting Presidential chatter to rest before she runs for re-election.

Warren is up in 2018, but she is running in deep blue Massachusetts so she should be a near certain lock to return to the Senate.

But she does have opponents.

V.A. Shiva – an Indian American running as one of her Republican challengers – has challenged her to take a DNA test to prove her unsubstantiated claims of having Native American blood.

Warren famously lied about being Native America to increase her job prospects.

And Warren would be wise to focus on her re-election.

In the past, Senators who put the cart before the horse have ended up in ruin.

Virginia Senator George Allen was thought to be one of the favorites for the 2008 Presidential race.

But he lost his 2006 re-election bid and was finished in politics.

Warren is trying to avoid that fate.

But would it matter?

She is one of the leaders of the movement to drag the Democrat Party to the far left.

There isn’t a kooky left-wing position she doesn’t support.

If she was the candidate against Trump, she would lose.

The American people have rejected the hard-left agenda repeatedly in the 2010, 2014 and 2016 elections.

It’s popular now-a-days for pundits to say the Democrats have no message.

But Hillary Clinton explicitly ran on a third term for Barack Obama’s radical agenda.

And it landed with a thud.

What are your thoughts?

Will Elizabeth Warren run for President?

Let us know in the comment section.