Senator Elizabeth Warren came out swinging at the Democratic National Convention this week in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She gave jab after jab to Donald Trump. But the karmic scales were balanced when she was heckled and booed for her support of Hillary Clinton.
The DNC got off to rough start anyways because the Wikileaks controversy which leaked DNC emails showing the parties collusion with media, racism, and targeting of Senator Sanders to ensure he lost the nomination.
Sanders supporters went to the DNC to protests this rigged system that was exposed only to find their “progressive ally” Elizabeth Warren had pulled a Benedict Arnold on them. After admitting their is a rigged system she she supported Clinton. The very candidate the DNC colluded with to elect and who the now former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman is working for.
“Look around. Americans bust their tails, some working two or three jobs, but wages stay flat. Meanwhile, the basic costs of making it from month to month keep going up. Housing, health care, child care — costs are out of sight. Young people are getting crushed by student loans. Working people are in debt. Seniors can’t stretch a Social Security check to cover the basics.”
She went on,
“Here’s the thing: America isn’t going broke. The stock market is breaking records. Corporate profits are at all-time highs. CEOs make tens of millions of dollars. There’s lots of wealth in America, but it isn’t trickling down to hard-working families like yours. Does anyone here have a problem with that? Well, I do too. People get it: the system is rigged. So-called experts claim America is in trouble because both political parties in Washington refuse to compromise. Gridlock!”
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 26, 2016
Many people took to social media to express their discontent,
— Shane DeChellis (@shane_dechellis) July 26, 2016
— JustinME (@Jeschert) July 26, 2016
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) July 26, 2016
Bernie supporters get it better than anyone, Senator. https://t.co/X8XzV6F9c2
— Aleister (@AmericanGlob) July 26, 2016
— Laura (@SheWhoVotes) July 26, 2016
— Mike Archer (@JamesMArcher) July 26, 2016
Her hecklers shouted things like “Goldman Sachs! Goldman Sachs” and “We trusted you! We trusted you!”
The infamous tweeter himself Donald Trump took to Twitter as well to express his opinions on Elizabeth Warrens speech.
Pocahontas bombed last night! Sad to watch.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2016
Elizabeth Warren’s speech can be viewed here,