Elizabeth Warren Just Went BONKERS On The Trump/Pence Ticket & It Is SPECTACULAR (VIDEO)


Elizabeth Warren is understandably upset with Donald’s Trump’s pick for vice presidential running mate, Mike Pence of Indiana.

It’s no wonder considering Pence’s record on human rights and equality. Pence’s views on LGBTQ rights were a national topic of discussion in 2015 after he signed Senate Bill 101, a “religious freedom restoration” bill that would have allowed for discrimination against LGBTQ citizens.

The rest of his record on equality is equally as dismal. He opposed a law in 2007 that would have protected LGBTQ folks in the workplace, insisted in 2006 that LGBTQ equality would lead to “societal collapse,” and opposed the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in 2010.

Pence has also drawn the ire of women with his restrictive pro-life measures, including a provision in House Bill 1337 that restricts a woman’s right to choose even when “the unborn child has been diagnosed with a lethal fetal anomaly.” Periods for Pence became a trending topic on Twitter as a result, with women tweeting all their reproductive activity to the man who claimed to know better about how to regulate their bodies than the women themselves did.

Senator Elizabeth Warren has also taken to Twitter to express her disapproval of Mike Pence.

Whoa, Senator Warren! Tell us how you really feel!

Warren is absolutely correct about this. The RNC’s platform can be read here, and it includes doomsday language such as:

The most offensive instance of this war on religion has been the current Administration’s attempt to compel faith-related institutions, as well as believing individuals, to contravene their deeply held religious, moral, or ethical beliefs regarding health services, traditional marriage, or abortion.

Warren did not shy away from addressing those platforms in her scourging of Trump and Pence.

She also addressed the ways in which Pence’s frightening record of homophobic action is reflective of the GOP platform, despite Trump’s insistence that “the gays” see him as a better candidate than his opponent, Hillary Clinton.

Indeed it is, Senator Warren.

For more of Senator Warren’s views on the presumptive nominee of the Republican party, see video below:

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