Pro-abortion Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts announced today she is officially forming a presidential exploratory committee in a bid to run for the presidency in 2020 against President Donald Trump.
“America’s middle class is under attack,” Warren said in the announcement video on Monday. “How did we get here? Billionaires and big corporations decided they wanted more of the pie. And they enlisted politicians to cut them a bigger slice.”
Warren initially said she would not run against Trump, who has governed pro-life as president, but she later flip-flopped:
In June, she announced that she would not be running for president, however, less than three months later she seemingly flipped on her word, revealing she would, in fact, take a “hard look” at launching a presidential campaign following the midterms. During an interview leading up to her November election, Warren refused to commit to serving her full term in the Senate if re-elected.
Warren has also been quietly shopping for office space in the Boston area to headquarter her possible presidential campaign, according to a report earlier in December. And on Sunday night, she changed the name of her twitter account from “elizabethforma” to “ewarren,” removing her home state of Massachusetts.
Warren has a 100% pro-abortion voting record and she is no stranger to both promoting abortion and making eyebrow-raising statements.
Warren recycled age-old, debunked talking points on abortion to urge opposition to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh as she likened the killing of an unborn baby in an abortion to getting tonsils removed. She also quoted Bible verses to slam Kavanaugh, even though the Bible condemns abortion.
Last year, Warren was not happy that Republicans were defunding the Planned Parenthood abortion business. She responded with the typical silly mantra that Republicans supposedly hate women.