• Elizabeth Warren Says Race Primary Factor In Ferguson, Criticizes Hillary’s “Cozy” Ties To Wall Street

    In an exclusive interview with Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric, Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren said Hillary Clinton is “too cozy with Wall Street,” and it’s an issue she “worries” about it “a lot.”

    “I worry a lot about the relationship between all of them, regulators, government and Wall Street,” Warren said.

    When Couric asked the senator specifically about Hillary Clinton’s longstanding ties to Wall Street in particular, Warren said “I worry across the board. We got a Washington now that works for anyone who can hire armies of lobbyist and lawyers.”

    Warren avoided taking Hillary to task, but was more intentional in her racial pandering on the issue of Michael Brown, the black teenager shot and killed last month by a Ferguson, Missouri police officer.

    Warren suggested that officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael brown because of his skin color.

    When Couric asked Warren about the racial implications of the shooting, she replied saying race is a “core part of what happened.”

    “Its why people ask once again, what does it mean to be African-American, unarmed, and to be in a circumstance where you end up shot on the streets,” Warren added.

    Doubling down on racial politics, Warren despicably said “race is clearly a part of what we worry about in the initial action and very much what we worry about in the response when people took to the streets to ask questions.”

    This kind of rhetoric from Elizabeth Warren is disgusting. With all the devision and debt America faces, you’d think a supposedly populist politician like her would be above this cheap bomb-throwing and smarter than to paddle this garbage.

    It’s this kind of behavior that makes the argument about liberal Democrats being weak-minded race baiters, so accurate.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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