A threat to democracy #2: Elizabeth Warren.
When she began as Chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel in late 2008, Elizabeth Warren knew what fight she was getting into. Although she didn’t know her future or what events would lead her to become Senator of Massachusetts, Warren had a vision to ultimately disprove the GOP and her Republican constituents.
Before beginning her career as a lobbyist and politician, Warren sought a job in Harvard that payed 6 digit figures to teach bankruptcy and commercial law. However, Warren snuck her way in by falsely claiming her ethnicity. Producing no evidence and only declaring fraudulent affirmations, she claimed to be of Native American descent, advancing her job settlement by using diversity as a mechanism to become professor at Harvard.
In this instance, Ivy League schools and elitist campuses were looking to “diversify” their faculty. If they had too many white faculty, that would be deemed as racist. “More women” would flip gender roles. “More hispanic” and “people of color” needed to be ideal. By all means, I’m not putting the white race superior to others, but in this case, Harvard was under extreme pressure to really diffuse their school culture in any way possible, so Warren exploited the application process and was chosen.
Warren said she was the first nursing mother to take the New jersey bar exam, an exam to see whether or not one is qualified to teach law. The Herald proved her wrong, saying that women have been taking the exam since 1895, over 115 years before she made that bogus claim.
During her four years under the Obama Administration (not directly), Warren voted almost entirely in favor of the Democrats, shunning any bipartisan bills to be enacted. When President Trump took office on January 20th, the Trump Administration’s nominees were voted on. Out of all 12 nominees, including Scott Pruitt for EPA, Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, and Thomas Price for HHS, she voted NAY for every single nominee.
Along with every Democrat serving in the Senate, she voted against the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as well as voting to shutdown the federal government for a three day period.
While she didn’t take a chance at running for POTUS, Warren gave Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton her full endorsement. During the time period where the DNC rigged the primaries against Bernie Sanders, Senator Warren stated the primary race was indeed ‘rigged’, producing the mother of all double standards.
You see, not only did Warren advocate for Clinton completely, she’s also a superdelegate. What a superdelegate is knowledgeable about is who and how the Democratic nominee will be chosen, making her an accomplice to the DNC.
Another aspect she carries with her is the hypocritical Elizabeth Warren. While constantly criticizing big banks, such as Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, as well as Wall Street, she’s missing something key to her statements. She’s part of the 1%. According to a CNNMoney report in 2015, Ms. Warren is worth as little as $3.7M to as much as $10M, not accounting for her three story mansion in Cambridge. For her, it’s all about economic collectivism and state socialism.
Her policies are and would be destructive to the United States’ economic status. She wants to increase corporate tax rates, which for one, would damage our jobs growth rate and put an economic barrier on our GDP growth, and two, would alarm companies and corporations to relocate elsewhere.
Warren continually protests ‘crony’ capitalism in the US and financial markets, but is completely OK with the import-export bank. She wants to radically skyrocket the minimum wage to $22 an hour, seeking a fiscal self-slaughter on the yearly federal spending budget and shoot your taxes through the roof. She believes in lowering student loans interest rates, which would only encourage those who buy them and flee the country.
As it is common, when conservative policies don’t get bipartisan support, they are usually abandoned and forgotten about forever. However, with Elizabeth Warren, liberal bills and legislation are not allowed to fail. When they do fail, which is usual, they occasionally come up with an excuse, either not enough money or Republicans interfered with their utilization.
The so-called women of champion and repeatedly denying being part of the 1% has shown time and time again that she is a progressive fraud.
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Jorge Velasco is a Political Analyst at theDailyLead and contributor to Nova News Breaking.