Elizabeth Warren Was Working for A steel Company Against Unions
While working for a major coal company, Massachusetts Democrat Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren was paid to circumvent a congressional requirement that provided millions of dollars in health care benefits to retired union coal workers.
It turns out the fair-skinned, blonde Democrat, who is already embroiled in controversy over her claims that she is Native American, worked for what liberal environmentalists, part of her base, consider the major polluter of the environment, a major coal producer, according to the Boston Globe.
Unfortunately for her campaign for the Senate, Warren has never produced a shred of evidence that she is Native American even though she listed herself as such when applying for work at universities.
On the hand, and equally unfortunate for the liberal Democrat, the Boston Globe has uncovered evidence that she was paid $10,000 for her role in attempting to take away health care funding from retired cold miners in the 1990s, according to a separate Washington Post report.