Elizabeth Warren’s campaign is on the ropes.
More people are beginning to see just how fraudulent she is.
And Warren was asked one question that brought her campaign crumbling down.
Elizabeth Warren’s actions prove she is an incredibly dishonest politician.
She lied about being Native American in order to gain a plum teaching position at Harvard Law School.
She lied about being fired from a teaching position because she got pregnant.
And she was even called out by liberal media hosts like MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and Stephen Colbert for her insistence that she can provide universal healthcare without raising costs at all for the middle class.
Warren’s fuzzy math doesn’t add up.
She’s proposed outrageous policies like a wealth tax, which couldn’t even work in quasi-socialist European countries.
Now Warren is proposing to wipe out over $1 trillion in student loan debt.
When a concerned father who scraped and saved to send his daughter to college confronted Warren on the issue, she had no good answer to defend her plan.
The man said, “My daughter’s getting out of school, I saved all my money, so she doesn’t have any student debt. Am I going to get my money back?”
“Of course not,” replied Warren.
Warren dismissed the man’s reasonable question, which shows how out-of-touch she is with voters.
This moment is precisely why Warren is tanking in the polls lately.
The man fired back, “So, we end up paying for people who didn’t save any money, then those who did the right thing get screwed.”
He went on to talk about how he worked double shifts and put away money while people he knew spent recklessly on new cars.
Leave it to Democrats to punish prudence and success.
Under Warren’s plan, the father would’ve been rewarded for wasting money on new cars instead of saving for his daughter’s education.
The bigger issue is the university system is fundamentally broken.
Tuition costs have skyrocketed for two reasons.
First, student loans became secured by the federal government.
That means lenders freely give money to students because they know the federal government is subsidizing them, and student loans cannot be discharged through bankruptcy.
Also, universities have experienced the serious problem of administrative bloat.
Professor’s salaries have remained stagnant, but the number of high-salaried administrators has increased exponentially.
The university scam is a bubble that needs to burst.
Too many activist majors are being subsidized by the government, and they’re churning out students who subscribe to Elizabeth Warren’s and Bernie Sanders’s socialist views on economics.
Will this father’s encounter with Elizabeth Warren torpedo her campaign for good?
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