Warren Exposed for Hypocrisy on Campaign Fundraising

Of all the running 2020 Democrats, Elizabeth Warren is one of the most self-righteous candidates who holds others to standards which she herself doesn’t even meet.

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Her fundraising “purity tests” and intense censure are prime examples of this; during the sixth Democrat debate, Warren slammed in-party rival Pete Buttigieg for accepting campaign donations and support from wealthy donors. However, contrary to the airs which Warren puts on, she herself is not above taking money from the rich people she claims to hate, especially if she believes those funds will help her politically.

New developments from Townhall shine a direct spotlight on Warren’s hypocrisy when it comes to campaign fundraising and shows why Warren’s false pretenses of piety shouldn’t be taken seriously.

A Closer Look at Warren’s Fundraising Hypocrisy

If you listen to the 2020 Democrat, courting the time of millionaires and billionaires who frequent “wine caves” is terrible.

Warren gave Buttigieg a tough time about this during last week’s Democrat debate, despite being worth 100 times more than the South Bend mayor. Buttigieg, who has called out Warren on her “purity tests” and other matters on multiple occasions, noted that Warren doesn’t meet her own standards and he’s right.

For years, Warren has partaken in campaign fundraiser events at high-end, expensive restaurants; in these restaurants, meals go for hundreds of dollars and wine bottles cost thousands. Over the course of fundraising with the wealthy in wine caves that Warren claims to loathe, she’s expended thousands of dollars on catering and reception fees.

Of course, the 2020 Democrat neglects to mention these details when getting on her high horse about the terrors of billionaires, millionaires, and fancy wine caves.

The Fraud of Elizabeth Warren

Like other members of her party, Elizabeth Warren is as fake as a three-dollar bill. She says one thing in public and then moves completely differently in private. There is nothing sincere about Warren or her campaign; she will quite literally say anything to get elected into office.

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If the 2020 Democrat truly believed all that says about millionaires and billionaires, then she wouldn’t be accepting their money in swanky wine caves.

What do you think about Elizabeth Warren’s hypocrisy, as it pertains to campaign fundraising? Don’t hold back in the comments section below and have a VERY Merry Christmas!