Another Anti-Family Woman Is Planning Her Rise To Power

It’s been almost a year since the 2016 elections, and most conservative Americans are still breathing a sigh of relief that our nation dodged the bullet of a Hillary Clinton presidency.

But the country is still divided, and the liberal left continues to attack conservative values at every turn.

Now another woman is leading the charge to spread her progressive ideology to every corner of the country — and she is out for the destruction of traditional values and the family.

Elizabeth Warren is a former Harvard Law professor, junior Senator from Massachusetts and poised for a presidential run in 2020 — if she keeps her seat in next year’s midterm elections.

Like Hillary Clinton, Warren is as liberal as they come.  And like Clinton, she claims to fight for women and the American family — but she is a woman steeped in hypocrisy and completely out of touch with everyday Americans.

One look at her issues and her arrogant approach to convincing others to jump on board proves her leadership would have devastating consequences to our nation if her political aspirations are realized.

The foundation of Warren’s political platform is that she claims to be the champion of the working middle class and the American family — and this couldn’t be further from the truth.

NBC News reported:

Warren made a national name for herself as a progressive firebrand on Wall Street reform, but uses her speeches to highlight a more personal side, including her modest upbringing and financial struggles as a young mother.

“I’m the daughter of a janitor who became a professor at Harvard Law School and a United States Senator,” she said.

However, her current net worth is purported to be $8.75 million dollars — a far cry from the circumstances of those she claims to advocate for.

Warren has a playbook for Democrats: Talk about the middle class, not the poor. Focus on regulation and corruption, not taxing and spending. And at every possible moment, highlight the hypocrisy and corruption of the other side. She details policy proposals in bulleted lists and anecdotes, mixing stories from her Oklahoma childhood with narratives about middle-class Americans who worked hard and still ended up struggling with money.

Warren sees the world through the narrow lens of economic interests, ignoring the deeply held values and beliefs that often determine people’s politics. This attitude is condescending, but more important, it limits Warren’s understanding of America — and why her party has failed so badly.

Perhaps most frightening of all is Warren’s devout loyalty to Planned Parenthood andthe pro-abortion agenda.

In addition to her vocal praise and public defense of Planned Parenthood, her voting record shows her avid support for the murder of the unborn.  From On The Issues:

  • No bankruptcy for pro-life groups to avoid court levies. (Apr 2014)
  • No Supreme Court nominees who oppose legal abortion. (Sep 2012)
  • Staunch Pro-Abortion stance. (Aug 2011)
  • Supports public abortion funding. (Oct 2012)
  • Supports churches providing birth control. (Oct 2012)
  • Ban anti-abortion limitations on abortion services. (Nov 2013)
  • Access safe, legal abortion without restrictions. (Jan 2015)
  • Endorsed by EMILY’s list for pro-choice Democratic women. (Aug 2012)

Warren has been on the warpath against conservatives by fighting any attempts at ObamaCare repeal.  She has great interest in protecting government funding for Planned Parenthood and believes that all employers — including Christian-based companies — must provide free access to contraceptive drugs and procedures to employees in their healthcare coverage.

She believes in the destruction of the traditional family by supporting the LGBT agenda in every piece of legislation that comes through the Senate.  She voted to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and opposes any definition of marriage in legal terms.

Warren also supported former President Obama’s transgender bathroom mandate in our nation’s schools and believes that special privileges should be afforded to transgendered children in schools.

Warren further claims her support for women’s issues by beingheavily aligned with the liberal organization Emily’s List, often speaking at their events and supporting them financially.

From the Emily’s List website:

“Elizabeth has time and again proven herself to be a tireless advocate for women and all Americans, and one whom we are proud to count among our ranks of extraordinary EMILY’s List candidates. From standing up for working families against corporate interests, to advocating for students trying to afford college, to fighting back against a Republican Party laser-focused on turning back the clock on women’s rights, she has never backed down from fighting for justice and our democratic values.”

“No one knows better than Elizabeth Warren that electing pro-choiceDemocratic women is critical to making sure women and families have a fair shot—that means access to health care and economic opportunity.”

And in keeping with her far-left progressive ideology, she opposes President Trump’s repeal of DACA (previously reported on by Mommy Underground), any attempt to secure our borders, and has promoted the need to open the doors of our country to countless Syrian refugees, saying,

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These events test us. It is easy to proclaim that we are tough and brave and good-hearted when threats feel far away — but when those threats loom large and close by, our actions will strip away our tough talk and reveal who we really are.”

“We face a choice,” she went on. “A choice either to lead the world by example or to turn our backs to the threats and the suffering around us.”

While Elizabeth Warren campaigns for re-election on her empathy for the middle class, her fight for “women’s rights,” and “tolerance and acceptance” of every human being, her voting record and actions say otherwise.

In typical liberal fashion, she aggressively attacks anyone who does not share her views and has no respect for the values of others.

In a telling reflection of her true character — and her disrespect for others — she once remarked about President Trump that he was a “disgusting poor excuse of a man … who has no business representing our country.” and “During my time in office I’ve learned a bitter lesson,” she writes. “A Republican-led Congress just doesn’t care.”

Elizabeth Warren’s arrogance and condescending attitude towards anyone who doesn’t share her views rivals that of Hillary Clinton — and should frighten any American as we get closer to the next presidential election.

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