Five Reasons Elizabeth Warren Doesn’t Deserve To Be Re-Elected

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U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Cambridge) is running for a third term in the United States Senate and is expected to win with ease.

Sabato’s Crystal Ball rates the seat as safe Democratic, and there’s no reason to believe she’ll lose this time. She beat an incumbent in 2012 (Scott Brown, a Republican) and cruised to re-election in 2018 with 60 percent of the vote.

Though Warren will have no problem winning her re-election bid, it’s clear that she doesn’t deserve another term in the U.S. Senate.

Here are five reasons why:


1.  Bidenflation

Elizabeth Warren is a tax-and-spend liberal who voted for the wasteful $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act in 2021.

It was a terrible, inflation-inducing bill that, among other things, provided more revenue to states and municipalities than they knew what to do with. Therefore, communities spent it on pork, as NewBostonPost has reported.

The bill might have raised inflation by as many as three percentage points, a March 2022 study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco found. 

A politician who needlessly makes people’s lives more expensive isn’t someone we want in Washington D.C.. The American people deserve someone who is responsible with their tax dollars. 


2.  Free Illegal Immigrant Health Care

Remember when Warren ran for president in the 2020 Democratic primary and did so poorly that she didn’t even win a single state, including Massachusetts?

During that campaign, she proposed a single-payer health care plan that would have covered illegal immigrants.

That’s right:  Warren found yet another way she wanted to give a government handout to illegal immigrants.

If you think the border and illegal immigration are bad now, just imagine how much worse it would be if a liberal president created new entitlement programs and explicitly made sure illegal immigrants could use them. 


3.  Racial Discrimination

I honestly don’t care that Warren claimed to be an American Indian in the 1980s, possibly to advance her law career. 

Warren must’ve known there was some advantage to pretending to be non-white due to anti-white discrimination in academia and the private sector. 

What bothers me more is that when the U.S. Supreme Court put an end to racial discrimination against whites and Asians in college admissions last year, Warren had a huge problem with it.

“An extremist Supreme Court has once again reversed decades of settled law, rolled back the march toward racial justice, and narrowed educational opportunity for all,” Warren posted on X, still widely known as Twitter. “I won’t stop fighting for young people with big dreams who deserve an equal chance to pursue their future.”

So yes, Warren was mad that the Supreme Court ended a form of racial discrimination because it disproportionately hurt whites and Asians. Instead, she wanted to keep in place an affirmative action system that disproportionately benefitted rich African and Caribbean immigrants at elite universities — not so much the blacks whose ancestors were slaves in the United States.


4.  Proposed Education Secretary Pick

While running for president, Warren made a bizarre promise. Warren promised that a 9-year-old female who identified as a transgender boy  would have veto power over her Secretary of Education pick if elected president.

“I’m going to have a Secretary of Education that this young trans person interviews on my behalf, and only if this person believes that our Secretary or Secretary of Education nominee is absolutely committed to creating a welcoming environment, a safe environment, and a full educational curriculum for everyone will that person actually be advanced to be Secretary of Education,” Warren said in January 2020, according to Washington Examiner.

Talk about woke.

Nine-year-olds are young enough to believe in Santa Claus. It’s insane that Warren would not only pretend a 9-year-old is a member of the opposite sex but would give a confused 9-year-old that type of power over who the next Education Secretary is for the greatest country on Earth. 

It’s also shameful that Warren would use a confused 9-year-old as a political prop in an effort to feign tolerance. There’s nothing compassionate about lying to a small child and feeding the delusion that they were born in the wrong body and that they must drastically change who they are to be happy. 


5.  Against Choosing Life

Warren isn’t pro-choice. She is pro-abortion.

After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Warren attacked crisis pregnancy centers. You know — those people who offer women free counseling, ultrasounds, and baby supplies in hopes of helping women choose life over abortion for their unborn children.

“These are deceptive outfits that front for groups that are trying to harass or otherwise frighten people who are pregnant to keep them from seeking an abortion, and they do so under the cover of pretending to offer abortion services,” Warren said in a press conference on June 29, 2022, according to

“So I’d like to see us talk about how we might move more aggressively to make sure that someone doesn’t face that bait and switch that could be traumatic at a time that that person is already under stress,” Warren added.

“People who are pregnant” — Warren can’t even speak plain English.

But more importantly:  The world needs more crisis pregnancy centers and dedicated volunteers to help protect the lives of unborn children. Yet Warren offers disdain for those who offer women compassion and offer them a different perspective from the pro-abortion status quo.

Someone like that belongs nowhere near the halls of power.


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