by Scott Creighton
Ironic or just foreshadowing?
Back in 2004 then Professor Warren was having a chat with Bill Moyer about what a puppet Hillary Clinton had become once she became a US Senator in Jan. of 2001. She used as an example a bill sponsored by the credit card industry that would make it harder for individuals to file for bankruptcy protection. Warren said this bill would have an especially detrimental effect on single mothers trying to raise children. Warren had written an op-ed on the subject and Hillary Clinton saw it, brought Elizabeth in for a meet and tutoring session on the bill, then she went off back to the White House to get her husband to veto it after he and his Wall Street cronies had been pushing for it all along. Killary then used that progressive momentum to help push her into office in Jan. of 2001.
Then according to Professor Warren, one of the first bills that came up in the senate after Hillary was sworn in was that very same bill and she voted for it.
Elizabeth doesn’t seem to understand Hillary’s real motivation for getting the bill squashed before her election and she certainly doesn’t seem to understand that all they were doing was kicking it down the road a little to buy her time to get in office. Immediately afterward, she dutifully voted for it, her pretend concern for the middle class and all the single mothers out there went out the window. It was a sham and Professor Warren got sucked in “BELIEVING” in an idea of a truly progressive and liberal champion who just happened to be a woman.
What’s ironic is the fact that Warren claims once someone is a senator, they become locked into being beholden to special interests, like the credit card companies, to the point where they will turn on a dime and support something they once found repulsive.
Elizabeth Warren now supports Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations like a rabid dog… now that she is Senator Warren. Irony? Foreshadowing? Mr. Smith went to Washington and changed it. That was fiction. Prof. Warren went to Washington and it changed her. This video is a sad little glimpse into the inner workings of the machine made even sadder by the example Elizabeth Warren herself presents.