She thinks she’s being sworn in as President?
Over my dead body!
Actually, let me rephrase that: “Over my dead body.” -signed, a whole lot of dead babies
Because this lady just proudly announced she can’t wait to wear her abortion scarf to the swearing in.
How much they revel in their deeds!
Watch it here:
Here's more, from Fox News:
During a campaign stop on Monday, Warren recalled attending President Trump's inauguration in 2017 while wearing a scarf embroidered with the words "Planned Parenthood."
"I'm going to be wearing that scarf when I'm sworn as president of the United States," she told a crowd in Iowa.
Warren's gesture would offer support for an organization that has become a symbol of perhaps the most polarizing issue in American politics. The organization vociferously fights abortion restrictions and, according to its annual reports, has performed more than 300,000 abortions annually for the past several years.
Warren has proposed a federal law protecting women's right to an abortion, preempting state laws that regulate abortion access. She's also pledged to oppose the Hyde Amendment, a decades-old bipartisan measure that blocks taxpayer funding for most abortions.
March for Life President Jeanne Mancini responded on Tuesday, calling her policies "wildly out of touch."
“Senator Warren’s abortion policies – including advocating for late term abortion laws- are wildly out of touch with mainstream America, which would limit abortion to, at most, the first three months of pregnancy. The Senator would do well to study Americans’ views on this topic, rather than pander to the nation’s largest abortion provider," Mancini told Fox News.
Pro-life advocates have long complained that congressional funding for Planned Parenthood has allowed the organization to pour more resources into electing Democrats. And for years, Congress has debated revoking funding for the organization. When the issue came up in 2015, Warren delivered a fiery speech defending the group on the Senate floor.
President Trump eventually forced the group into a corner on Title X funding when he restricted grants from facilities where abortion is "a method of family planning."
Planned Parenthood sued the Trump administration over that rule and another requiring conscience protections for doctors who oppose performing abortion and other procedures on religious grounds.
Trump and state Republicans' pro-life agenda has sparked a wave of backlash from groups like Planned Parenthood. The group announced in October that it would pour $45 million into the 2020 elections, its largest electoral effort yet.
And from the Daily Wire:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is vehemently pro-abortion. And she wants everyone to know.
At a town hall in Iowa over the weekend, the Massachusetts Democrat was asked by a supporter: “I was wondering what your plans are to make reproductive health care accessible to all women, no matter their economic status and/or racial background?”
“Oh that’s fabulous!” the effusive candidate said. “OK. So, can I do a small pitch to start?”
Then Warren recounted a story about attending President Trump’s inauguration. “I come from a witnessing tradition. This is a part of the transfer of power in our government,” she said.
“But it was important to me what I wore,” she told the group of supporters, prompting laughter. “I’ll tell you what I wore. I wore my scarf that has in big letters on it, embroidered, Planned Parenthood.” She then thrust a fist into the sky as the crowd cheered (“Yeah, abortion!”).
The next day, Warren said, she attended the Women’s March. “I spoke and I wore my pink Planned Parenthood scarf. Now that’s two. So here’s my plan for number three. I’m gonna be wearing that scarf when I’m sworn in as president of the United States.” Huge cheers.
Warren is apparently already measuring the drapes in the Oval Office. She often talks about when she’ll do various things as president.
In the same speech in Iowa, Warren said she’ll do away with the Electoral College set up by America’s Founding Fathers.
“My goal is to get elected — but I plan to be the last American president to be elected by the Electoral College. I want my second term to be elected by direct vote,” Warren said during the campaign event. “I want to get rid of it. I just think this is how a democracy should work. Call me old-fashioned, but I think the person who gets the most votes should win.”
Under the Constitution, the Electoral College is comprised of a temporary group of electors equal to the total number of representatives in Congress — with each state getting the same number of electoral votes as it has members of Congress. Most states have systems in which the candidate who receives the most popular votes in a state wins all that state’s electoral votes. In modern times, whoever gets to 270 of the 538 total electoral votes wins the White House.
Just five times in history has a presidential candidate won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College. It happened in 2016, when Hillary Clinton got more than 65 million votes and President Trump got more than 63 million votes, but Trump won the Electoral College by a vote of 304–227. Democrats want to do away with the Electoral College in order to take away power from smaller, rural states and give more clout to states with larger, more urban populations.