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Sen. Elizabeth Warren had been for getting rid of big money in politics, including super-PACs. Warren claimed that the organizations known as super-PACs were trying to buy our democracy. Now a super-PAC is backing her presidential campaign.

First, she’s a Native American, now she’s not. Then she won’t take PAC money, now she does. And how is that sexist that the men took it and she didn’t? Always trying to make a case where there isn’t one.

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This was last year. If she caves because she isn’t doing well, what would she do if elected? Her campaign should be on fumes right now.

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Super PACs have no contribution limits and are legally prohibited from giving to a candidate’s campaign or directly coordinating with them, but they can independently fund ads or other voter outreach efforts in support of candidates. The 2016 presidential campaign cycle saw the rise of PACs formed purely to support a specific candidate and often run by individuals who previously worked for that candidate.

Warren’s website says that she “rejects the help of Super PACs and would disavow any Super PAC formed to support her in the Democratic primary.” But she declined to do so on Thursday.

“If all the candidates want to get rid of super PACs, count me in. I’ll lead the charge. But that’s how it has to be. It can’t be the case that a bunch of people keep them and only one or two don’t,” Warren said on Thursday.

“We reached the point a few weeks ago that all the men who were still in this race and on the debate stage all had either super PACs or they were multibillionaires and could just, you know, rummage around in their sock drawers to find enough money to be able to fund a campaign,” Warren added. [Washington Examiner]

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I asked a friend of mine to weigh in on this switcheroo. Let’s just call them “Troubled Waters,” a Democrat, who is looking to possibly support Pres. Trump because they are not happy with the Dem field but hasn’t closed to door to Trump’s successes.

They responded to me with this:

“I lost all faith in Elizabeth Warren during the 2016 Presidential campaign. despite the fact that she had decried and denounced Hillary and Bill Clinton’s working for Wall St. by first opposing NAFTA and the WTO and then after getting elected in 1992 supporting them, which has cost the U.S. thousands of factories and millions of jobs, and also their first opposing and then supporting repeal of Glass -Stegall, which led directly to the near financial meltdown of 2007-2009, and resulted in a trillion dollar taxpayer bailout of the big banks, brokerage houses, and insurance companies,

Warren refused to back Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries in 2016 despite repeated entreaties to do so and not only endorsed Hillary Clinton with at the Democratic convention, but vigorously campaigned for her in the fall of 2016. This shows me that Elizabeth Warren is just another politician, albeit one with a few good, mostly borrowed, ideas to bandy about. I don’t think Warren is smart or honest enough to be a good President of the U.S. but does a decent job as a U.S. Senator.”

I couldn’t agree with them more. Warren is a con man. She shouldn’t even be on stage with other qualified individuals because of what she did in her past with the stealing and use of Native American heritage.

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The only double standard is in her favor. Even after her fake Indian fiasco the Democrat Party still allows her on the debate stage. That would have ended the career of almost anyone but not Warren. She lives under a favorable double standard and, she thinks, rightly so.

As for the rest of the candidates, they wouldn’t agree to support the candidate that got the most votes/delegates. That’s pretty funny considering they want to abolish the electoral college and go by popular vote but when they choose their candidate they won’t go with the popular vote.

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