Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) entire career is based on deceit. So it’s no surprise that she slammed the honest work of manual labor during her 2020 presidential campaign announcement on Feb. 9.
Warren, who has lied about be an American Indian for much of her adult life, ripped into the job her father did,* saying that, “My daddy ended up as a janitor, but his little girl got the chance to be a public school teacher, a college professor, a United States senator and a candidate for president of the United States.”
Watch the below video embedded in the tweet to hear her say it.
Apparently Warren thinks that people who work with their hands are somehow doing something less legitimate and less noble than . . . educators and politicians.
My guess is that neither Warren, nor her supporters, have any idea of how insulting her quip about her father was. After all, her entire speech—from the sound of her grating voice to the terrible message she gave in it—was awful and yet those present applauded it.
Expect more buffoonery from Warren during her entire presidential campaign.
* I cannot verify if her father actually was a janitor so I’m going out on a limb and taking her word for it.