Dan Crenshaw May Have Single Handedly Brought Liz Warren’s Campaign To A HALT!

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As he’s demonstrated in the past, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX-2) is unafraid to take on the Democratic party’s far left wing, whether it be in liberal dens like “The View”, during House Committee hearings, or on social media.

The latest examples of this from Crenshaw are his tweets countering claims from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), one of the 20+ Democratic candidates running for president. Even though Warren was one of the first candidates to declare her intentions to run, her poll numbers have consistently lagged. As a result, she’s moved even further to the left over the last few months in a desperate attempt to win over primary voters.

Over the weekend, Warren appeared at the California Democratic Convention and made a speech that took veiled shots at Democratic front runner Joe Biden. Here’s what she said:

Crenshaw, in turn, responded with some truth balm:

A little over a week ago, Warren boasted on Twitter about signing the “No Fossil Fuel Money” pledge:

Crenshaw called out her hypocrisy and virtue signaling:

In mid-May, Warren announced she would not do town hall debates on Fox News, citing an alleged “hate for profit” business model:

Reading between the lines, Crenshaw zeroed in on what the real issuewas – and let her know it:

I should note for the record that Crenshaw has also tackled claims made by 2020 candidate and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) over the last couple of months:

But his countering of Warren’s narratives is especially noteworthy because they come at a time when Democratic women are trying to silence criticisms from Republican men by playing the “incitement” and “women of color” cards.

Crenshaw continues to show that he will not be intimidated, which is only fitting when you consider that he put his life on the line to protect the right for American citizens like Warren and Sanders to make bogus, hypocritical, and self-serving political claims.

Via RedState


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