Elizabeth Warren First Learns About Ethics Complaint Against Her During Debate

This is the classic “I don’t know…” I guess maybe she appreciates innocent until proven guilty now that she has an accusation about her?

The sad thing is people would vote this moron into office even after the 1/1024 debacle because you know it’s Massachusetts and she’s a flaming liberal.

No more Pocahontas now it’s more like Pinocchio… She sounds like Hillary Clinton up there.

 

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) claimed she was unaware of the ethics complaint against her during a U.S. Senate debate in Massachusetts Tuesday.

During the debate, Republican challenger Geoff Diehl pointed out Warren is alleged to have fundraised off Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings, asking for donations in exchange for her vote against the nominee.

“Senator Warren was fundraising illegally using the vote on Justice Kavanaugh, the confirmation vote, to try to raise money for her campaigns,” Diehl said.

Diehl was referencing a complaint sent Monday to the Senate Select Committee on Ethics. The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT) sent the complaint to Sens. Johnny Isakson (R., Ga.) and Chris Coons (D., Del.), the respective committee chairman and vice chairman.

It alleges Warren fundraised based off her intended vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Court. The Senate prohibits “linking a promise of official action to a solicitation of campaign contributions.”

Warren initially ignored the comment, accusing Diehl of failing to sufficiently criticize President Donald Trump’s conduct during the Kavanaugh confirmation process. More

Trump wasn’t “making fun of” Ford, he was essentially repeating her ridiculous “testimony” from in front of the Judiciary Committee. If it was ludicrous when Trump said it, it was because it was ludicrous when Dr. Ford said it.

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