Sen. Elizabeth Warren was a guest on CNN speaking in Don Lemon regarding President Trumps “role” in the mass shootings that took place in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. Warren claimed that Trump fueled the attacks by creating “plenty of space for hate,” adding that only hateful people “celebrate” the president.
Warren, aided by the left-wing puppets over at CNN, completely gazed over the fact that the Dayton shooter was an open and adamant supporter of the Massachusetts senator and a number of left-wing policies.
“Donald Trump says ‘hate has no place in this country.’ Donald Trump has created plenty of space for hate,” she proclaimed.
“He is a racist. He has made one racist remark after another. He has put in place racist policies, and we’ve seen the consequences of it,” she continued, seemingly bashing Trump supporters by calling those who “celebrate” and support the president “hateful.”
“People who are hateful feel like they are now in power,” Warren said. “They are protected. They celebrate this president.”
“This has turned America in a terrible direction, and Donald Trump keeps it going,” she continued her baseless thrashing of the President.
“And let’s be clear. A Republican Congress, Republican leadership in Washington – they got nothing to say about it. And that means they just help strengthen it. They help it keep moving right along,” she added.
Two-faced Warren agreed with Lemon while on air that Trump needs to be more “forceful” in condemning white supremacy, while previously being a critic of Trump’s most recent forceful rebuke of White supremacy, as she dismissed it as inauthentic.
“It is the responsibility to the President of the United States to help fight back against that– not to wink and nod and smile at it,” she said:
Warren was doing what Democrats do best – lying. Trump absolutely did not “wink and nod and smile” in response to the tragedies. He instead, acted as the true leader that he is, and addressed the American people with a powerful messaging condemning “sinister ideologies” such as white supremacism and racism – exactly what Warren requested.
“In one voice our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy,” Trump said. “These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in America.”
While it is true that the El Paso gunman allegedly posted an anti-immigration, manifesto filled with bigoted vitriol, the psychopath made it clear that his twisted thoughts came before Trump was president.
The Dayton shooter, on the other hand, was an avowed leftist who seemingly supported Antifa and held anti-ICE, anti-police, and anti-Second Amendment views, according to a Twitter account linked to the gunman.
Coincidentally, he also held a special spot in his heart for Warren herself, writing in one tweet that he would “happily” vote for the Massachusetts senator. Warren has not even acknowledged the Dayton shooter’s purported support for her. Instead, using her pals in the mainstream media who have urged critics to refrain from implicating the senator, warren has attempted to sweep it under the rug.
This is simply another case of the MSM spreading partial or skewed truths in order to further advance their own personal political wants. However, a candidate teaming up with these media outlets to spread lies and half-truths is dangerously reminiscent of the most vicious totalitarian regimes of all time. Is this what a future with Warren in control would mean?