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Warren: 'I'm Not A Woman of Color' So I Haven't Been 'Slammed Into the Wall' By A Cop [Watch]

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Now that it has been proven that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D) is white, despite having claimed minority status for the vast majority of her adult life, the 2020 presidential hopeful loves telling people that she’s not a “woman of color.”

She has said so many times, publicly. She also wants you to be crystal clear of the fact that she feels police officers are racists.

Sure, most Democrats already feel this way and Warren is simply reinforcing their beliefs, but she takes it to another level.

Liz, SMH.


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More on Warren, via Fox News:

LAS VEGAS – Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is reversing her position on opposing support from outside groups such as super PACs.

The progressive senator from Massachusetts had long spoken out against such political action committees — but as she attempts to mount a comeback for the nomination after disappointing third- and fourth-places finishes in the Iowa caucuses and last week’s primary in neighboring New Hampshire, respectively, she’s changing her stance.

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John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected].