Elizabeth Warren is one of the most out of touch politicians in Washington.
She makes outrageous claims without knowing any facts.
And Elizabeth Warren won’t be able to show her face again after this public humiliation.
Elizabeth Warren has made many gaffes in her political career, including trying to pass as Native American to garner support and extra benefits from the government.
When Warren was finally called out on her claim and made to take a DNA test, the results showed that not only was she not Native American, but she had significantly less Native American genetics than the average American citizen.
This caused many in Washington to lose their trust in her, and even earned her the name “Fauxcahontas.”
And now, Elizabeth Warren is under fire again, this time for her comments regarding the recent airstrike against Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
The target airstrike was carried out to eliminate a terrorist leader and threat to the safety of the American people.
But Democrats refuse to see the strike as protecting the safety of the American people. Instead, they are blaming the President for the attack, claiming that he is going to lead us into another huge war.
But some on the left are taking it a step further, including Senator Warren.
In a recent interview, Warren refused to acknowledge General Soleimani as a terrorist and murderer, rather stating that he was a high ranking official for the government.
Warren also made the outrageous claim that President Trump ordered the drone attack in order to distract from the pending Impeachment trial in the Senate.
From Fox News:
[…]in a head-turning moment, Warren said it was “reasonable” to ask whether President Trump ordered Soleimani’s killing last week to distract from his pending Senate impeachment trial.
“Look, it was a targeted attack on a government official, a high-ranking official for the government of Iran,” Warren said when anchor Jake Tapper asked her whether Soleimani had been assassinated. “We are not safer today than we were before Donald Trump acted.” (Speaking to a reporter on Saturday, though, Warren unequivocally characterized Soleimani’s killing as an “assassination” this weekend.)
[…] “The question is, why now? Why not a month ago? Why not a month from now? And, the administration simply can’t keep its story straight. It points in all different directions.”
Elizabeth Warren on the Qasem Soleimani strike: "I think that the question that we ought to focus on is why now? Why not a month ago and why not a month from now? And the answer from the administration seems to be that they can't keep their story straight on this." #CNNSOTU pic.twitter.com/z1stQEjuOu
— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) January 5, 2020
This claim is insulting and completely outrageous.
And now, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has spoken out against Warren’s false claims.
While McConnell agreed that it is completely appropriate to ask questions of your government and its leaders, he also acknowledged the toxic political climate and the need to point fingers without knowing the facts.
“Unfortunately in this toxic political environment, some of our colleagues rushed to blame our own government before even knowing the facts, rushed to split hairs about intelligence before being briefed on it, and rushed to downplay Soleimani while presenting our own president as the villain,” McConnell said.
“Soon after the news broke, one of our distinguished collages made a public statement that rightly called Soleimani a murderer, and then amazingly walked that message back when the far left objected to the factual statement,” he continued. Since then I believe all her criticism has been directed at our own president.”
McConnell knows that the left is corrupt and they will say anything to bring down President Trump, including ignoring facts or the very safety of the American people.