Hyper-liberal Senator and potential 2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren sought to ease voters’ concerns during a fiery interview Tuesday; assuring America’s business community she’s “a capitalist” who “believes in markets.”
Warren was speaking with CNBC’s John Harwood when she was asked to weigh-in on being a “polarizing figure” when it comes to the United States’ economy and industry.
“You recognize with business people, with Wall Street, you’re a very polarizing figure,” said Harwood.
“Look, I get it. There are a lot of folks who like having the power and the riches they have,” said Warren. “But don’t call me the polarizing figure. They’re the ones who want to take advantage of this country […] I’m a capitalist! Come on. I believe in markets, what I don’t believe in is theft.”
DEM DENIAL: Warren Dismisses Unemployment Rate, Says Americans WORKING 4 JOBS to Survive
Hyper-liberal Senator and possible 2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren out-right dismissed the booming US economy Thursday, bizarrely claiming that Americans are working 3 or 4 jobs to “put food on the table.”
The firebrand Senator was speaking with MSNBC when she was asked to comment on July’s jobs report which showed unemployment claims fell to the lowest levels seen since 1969.
WATCH: Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren claims people are working 4 jobs just to survive.
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“When corporations are doing well they no longer share with their employees. There was a time when the unemployment rate went down and it was a great thing. When people are working minimum wage jobs, or they’re working 2, 3, or 4 jobs to put food on the table… to simply say the unemployment rate went down just doesn’t get you there,” said Warren.
Watch the Senator’s comments above.
HELL FREEZES OVER: Elizabeth Warren ADMITS Tax Cuts Are WORKING
Hyper-liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren was forced to eat her own words on Friday, directly acknowledging that the GOP tax plan was helping millions of working-class families across the United States; adding she’s “in favor of all of that.”
The Massachusetts Democrat was speaking during a radio interview when she made the rare admission, saying she’s “glad” when she reads “that there are companies that have given out” big holiday bonuses following the law’s passage.
“I am glad when I read that there are companies that have given out $1,000 bonuses.”
“Look, I am glad when I read that there are companies that have given out $1,000 bonuses. There are companies that say they’re going to re-work some of their benefit plans. I’m in favor of all of that. I want to see working families do better, you bet,” admitted Warren.
The Senator immediately went back to her tired script, saying she was in favor of the bonuses but unhappy that the tax cuts resulted in a “giveaway” to American businesses.
“But let’s keep in mind, the giveaway was $1.4 trillion and it was given directly to the biggest corporations and the billionaires in this country,” she concluded.
Listen to Warren’s admission below:
h/t Town Hall