Elizabeth Warren's Dog Swipes Burrito in Hilarious Viral Video
A video of Elizabeth Warren's dog refusing to give up a burrito is going viral and Twitter's got jokes.
A lot of Democrats' hearts were broken on Thursday when Elizabeth Warren announced that she was dropping out of the 2020 U.S. presidential race. For those who felt passionately about her vision for a better America and hoped to see her as the first woman president, it was a crushing blow. Luckily, Warren's dog, Bailey, managed to add some levity to the loss.
Just a few hours after the news broke, Gabrielle Farrell, a press secretary on Warren's campaign, tweeted a video saying, "Bailey legit just swiped someone's burrito."
Bailey legit just swiped someone's burrito. pic.twitter.com/MWr6ZeiJa2
— Gabrielle Farrell 💫 (her/s) (@FarrellGabriell) March 5, 2020
In the video, which quickly went viral, you see Bailey stubbornly clutching onto a burrito in his mouth as a hoard of people try and fail to wrench it from his jaw. There is no greater allegory for perseverance. He's sending the world a message: He—and his owner—will continue to fight the good fight.
That Bailey did this under multiple signs reading "Dream Big Fight Hard" is only further proof that I am voting for this pup in 2020. pic.twitter.com/RXbwLdL8IP
— Ryan Mac 🙃 (@RMac18) March 5, 2020
Turns out Elizabeth Warren had a plan for everything except for how sad her dog was going to be.
1) Bailey swiping a burrito
2) Bailey being dragged out of her press conference
3) Bailey watching reporters
4) Bailey being carried out of HQ pic.twitter.com/atoYsQwgCA
— Ana Bretón (@missbreton) March 6, 2020
"Turns out Bailey and I have the exact same coping mechanism," author Phil Stamper tweeted.
"We're all Bailey today," Natalie Montelongo, the National Political Director for Julián Castro, tweeted.
The good news is that Bailey has Chipotle's vote for 2024, which is the only vote that matters, really.
Bailey 2024 https://t.co/a1sojcd0gp
— Chipotle (@ChipotleTweets) March 5, 2020
"Our work continues, the fight goes on, and big dreams never die," Warren tweeted on Thursday. And we're sure Bailey agrees.