BREAKING NEWS – Des Moines, Iowa – A recent Quinnipiac University poll shows nationwide support for Elizabeth Warren’s presidential candidacy has fallen 14 percent, putting the Massachusetts senator behind both Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg in national polling. A recent CNN survey also shows nationwide support for Elizabeth Warren plummeting from 19 percent to 14 percent. When asked by reporters about her falling poll numbers in Iowa, Warren responded, “I don’t do polls.” Many political analysts believe her falling numbers are because she alleges that the country can spend $52 trillion on her Medicare-for-all plan without raising taxes on the middle class. Warren responded to that assessment by saying, “People that disagree with my Medicare-for-all plan are obviously insane, thus their rejection of my idea only validates my policy and concerns for their mental health.”