Elizabeth Warren's dog Bailey endorses burrito
- Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially suspended her campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday. With that, her dog, Bailey, is officially done being a very good boy.
- A video posted to Twitter shows Bailey swiping a burrito out of someone's hand, followed by several people frantically trying to get the golden retriever to let go of the burrito.
- There are several possibilities for the motivation behind Bailey's sneaky operation. One Twitter user suggested he could really be the wronged party here. Another suggested Bailey could just be a (furry) chaos agent.
- The most likely possibility, however, is that Bailey is just following in his mom's footsteps because, as one Twitter user wrote, "well-behaved dogs seldom make history."
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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren suspended her campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday.
And with that, it seems her dog, Bailey, is officially done being a very good boy.
Bailey was a fixture on Warren's campaign as the progressive firebrand criss-crossed the country over the last year to make a case for bold, structural change and anticorruption reforms.
As Warren took the stage at jam-packed rallies and spoke to voters at local establishments, Bailey was frequently at her side to greet supporters, take selfies with them, and brighten their day with his cheerful, upbeat demeanor.
Even on Thursday, as Warren prepared to announce she was dropping out of the presidential race, Bailey was spotted observing all the action from a window in Warren's home.
Now that the Massachusetts senator is officially out of the running, Bailey is also letting loose.
A video posted to Twitter by the user Gabrielle Farrell shows Bailey swiping a burrito out of someone's hand, followed by several people frantically trying to get the golden retriever to let go of the burrito.
Nevertheless, he persisted.
It's unclear if Bailey was ultimately successful in stealing the burrito, or who he took it from, since the person's face isn't visible in the clip.
There are several possibilities behind Bailey's motivation.
As one Twitter user suggested, he could be the wronged party here.
Bailey's been working really hard and deserves, nay, is owed, a break.
Bailey the (furry) chaos agent.
But the most likely possibility, as this Twitter user noted, is that Bailey is just following in his mom's footsteps to secure his place in the annals of history.
Bailey legit just swiped someone's burrito. pic.twitter.com/MWr6ZeiJa2- Gabrielle Farrell President Warren 2020 (her/s) (@FarrellGabriell) March 5, 2020
BAILEY IS INNOCENT- darth™ (@darth) March 5, 2020
THAT BURRITO HAD BAILEYS NAME ON IT https://t.co/s4iDNpzgMu
When the fam no longer has to behave for the sake of the campaign https://t.co/nPkjYg1vlm- David S. Bernstein (@dbernstein) March 5, 2020
"Peace was never an option." -Bailey Warren. https://t.co/DFsPHzg75b- R. Eric Thomas (@oureric) March 5, 2020
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