There's a whole wiki dedicated to Elizabeth Warren, and understanding who she really is (not just the politician's facade):
- Failed teacher: She was a master-debator in High School who aspired to become a teacher, and got a degree in speech pathology and audiology and married her first husband (Jim Warren), but after a year teaching public school on a "emergency credential" (because she never completed the required prerequisites and certificates) she failed and left teaching, and decided to be a stay-at home mom instead.
- Failed stay-at-home Mom: her "I'm going to be a stay-at-home mom", lasted 2 years, before she went to law school. I don't have anything against Mom's that choose to go back to work, but for her, it's a pattern of failure
- Failed Marriage: Liz had another kid, then divorced her first husband
- Nepotism: After her divorce she married a Husband that would help her move up more in her law career (a Harvard Law Professor named Bruce Mann). But she retained her prior married-name so no one would notice the nepotism.
- Failed Republican: She switched political affiliations to Democrat, after moving from Texas to Massachusetts under the claim that "no one party should dominate". Yes, because those pesky Republicans were crushing it in places like Harvard and Massachusetts where she was living at the time. It certainly wasn't for political opportunism, she swears.
- Champion of the poor (keeping them down): She has been an unending far left advocate for no accountability in bankruptcy laws, if you're a consumer. The poorer you are, the bigger the advocate she is (no matter the crime or incompetence). And the richer, the more of a hater she is, no matter the integrity or justification. Because, you know, it's not about mistakes/crimes you make, but the wealth you have.
- Media Whore: She so wants to inject herself into discussions she has no qualifications for. Like when Trump and the Military used a MOAB (Mother of All Bombs) on an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan, she "demanded" an explanation for why. All based on absolutely no military or foreign policy chops, or authority, whatsoever. Bless her heart, she thinks her opinion matters.
- Failed Researcher: She has written a series of error ridden polemic academic and popular pieces alike, that are jokes among the informed, but well liked by the illiterati. (Those on the left and in the media that want to believe her dim-witted rhetoric).
- Warren rails against the system (CFPB) that she designed
- Failed Bureaucrat :
- With qualifications like that, Democrats put her on the Congressional Oversight Panel created to oversee the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP)... where she accomplished absolutely nothing of merit (other than distracting from any real progress).
- That lack of success qualified her to be in the Obama Administration as Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. An agency that was so incompetently run that they decide they can't give merit pay increase to one person, who deserved it, without giving them to everyone else, who didn't. So they created a policy to give everyone top marks, in order avoid having to do their job of stack ranking or merit pay: costing taxpayers millions of dollars in the process. 
- Failed Senator : So because she's an incompetent progressive, that qualified her to take over Teddy Kennedy's seat. Of course she hadn't accidentally murdered anyone drunk driving after whoring like Teddy had, but she was kept the obnoxious, partisan and incompetent parts of his legacy going. Her only major accomplishment was getting assigned to committees (the Senate Special Committee on Aging; the Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee; and the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee), where she appears to have accomplished absolutely nothing of merit, other than self-promotion, and obnoxious speeches littered with disinformation and self-congratulations. No one has pointed to an actual accomplishment that I could find. So she gets a participation trophy for attendance, while many on those comittees wish she showed up and grandstanded less. 
Champion of the poor
- If you know anything about economics and consequences, you know that's the same as fighting to guarantee that the costs of loaning to poor people should skyrocket. Costs are correlated to the risks, so if you increase the risks/costs to banks for loaning to the poor, then the costs to loan them money will go up, and the number of places they can get those loans will plummet. So she sounds to the left like an advocate for the poor -- while those with a clue in economics or business, know that her actions/policies actual hurt her base. But as long as she can dupe them into voting for her, that's what matters.
- She even took it to the point of fighting against (and failing again to stop) the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Which had the effect of delaying bankruptcy reform, which hurt far more poor than it helped.
- Warren was a member of the FDIC Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion, and was a member of the National Bankruptcy Conference (an independent organization that advises the U.S. Congress on bankruptcy law), where she accomplished nothing noteworthy in those 10 years.
- Failed Films: Always the attention whore, she appeared in the documentary films, "Maxed Out" and Michael Moore's "Capitalism: A Love Story". Both performed poorly (and weren't very good).
- In the former, she claimed to be the only lobbyist for the American Family on bankruptcy reform, where she advocated for eliminating Corporate Citizenship (and concept that goes back to the early 1800's in american law, and much further in british common law), without realizing the consequences that eliminating those responsibilities and liberties would result in.
- The latter was a completely discredited and openly mocked propaganda film about the glories of socialism, the failures of capitalism (and Wall Street banking): her part was to gleefully misinform the public on what happened around the Wall Street crisis. 
- She has written a series of error ridden polemic academic and popular pieces alike, that are jokes among the informed, but well liked by the illiterati. (Those on the left and in the media that want to believe her dim-witted rhetoric).
- Her book A Fighting Chance, was Book Review eviscerated by the WSJ (and many others who read it). But it still gets good ratings by her fans. Which says more about her fans than the books merits.
- A co-authored book "As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America", is where she gets her "academic chops" according to the left. But it was totaled in Academic circles. In 1991, Rutgers Law Professor Philip Shuchman wrote a 60 page scathing takedown of Warren's FakeStudy (charges of scientific misconduct), and others had come forward, like law professor Todd Zywicki, or Megan McArdle who both also pilloried Warren's study and her ethics. Her fans seem to forget that, or never looked hard enough to notice it.
Philip Shuchman's key points on "As We Forgive Our Debtors":
- Most of their study replicates several earlier research publications. These are hardly mentioned (reeks of plagiarism, though just below the standard).
- The writers make extravagant and false claims to originality and priority of research.
- There appear to be serious errors in their use of statistical bases which result in grossly mistaken functions and comparisons.
- Some of their conclusions cannot be obtained even from their flawed findings.
- The authors have made their raw data unavailable so that its accuracy cannot be independently checked.
- In my opinion, the authors have engaged in repeated instances of scientific misconduct.
The University of Texas, Harvard University and the National Science Foundation also got enmeshed in the scandal (scientific misconduct). But UT and Harvard both whitewashed the mess, because it reflected poorly on them for having given her letters.
What's intriguing is that Brietbart broke the story in 2012, and not one other media outlet had bothered to report on any of it, even though it was easy to find. Or worse, they had, but buried it because it didn't further their agenda. Where's the NYT, WaPo or other so called journalistic institutions that for Conservatives like Romney go back to their Jr. High School victims to find some kid that claims he once gave them a wedgie?
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
- Warren rails against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that she designed:
- Warren twitter-whined about how the Trump-appointed CFPB head Mick Mulvaney is completely out of her control, and there's a complete lack of congressional oversight with the. Which begs the question who designed it this way, and who warned against it? It turns out, that Elizabeth Warren was put in charge of creating the CFPB, and she designed it intentionally to operate without Congressional oversight, against the advice of Conservatives and Republicans at the time. So the meat of her complaint is outrage that the Republicans would use it how she designed it. Of course we know her intent was to create it with built-in federal overreach to force-feed the Democrats agendas down Republicans throats, with no ability to imagine that Republicans might ever win elections. What bugs me more than her hypocrisy, is the lack of journalists out there, who bothered to call her on it, or point it out for the public.