Elizabeth Warren Asked To Deliver University Commencement Speech…Goes On Trump-Bashing, Marxist Rant Instead!

Though her main point of being invited to the University of Massachusetts-Amherst was to deliver the spring commencement address, the awful charlatan, Sen. Elizabeth Warren just couldn’t help her socialist self from getting off the main points and heading straight for Trump-bashville.

While addressing graduates on Friday, Warren began her diatribe by congratulating the students for their achievement…but then she moved on to what she really cared about: Making a name for herself as a ‘warrior’ for the left in their radical battle against the Trump administration. The speech speedily sank into Warren just bashing President Donald Trump for, I don’t know, being President?

“I’m trying to keep this apolitical but I can’t help myself…the principle that no one, no one in this country is above the law and we need a Justice Department, not an obstruction of justice department.”

The line, of course, had to do with Trump’s determination earlier this week to can James Comey as head of the FBI. Democrats have been nothing if not annoying and ridiculous about the matter, disputing that Trump is trying to cover-up an alleged connection to Russia — claims that have not only been unfounded, but completely ridiculous. Is Trump going to fire every FBI director that will fill the vacancy? Investigations don’t just stop when you fire the head.

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Warren didn’t let up with her pathetic speech. She also went after and chastised Trump’s White House counselor, Kellyanne Conway and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. She kept up the pace further with her screeching against the student loan system, Wall Street and big business CEOs. You know, the typical subjects phony Marxists like to claim they are up in arms about.

On that point, Warren’s speech went the way of a community organizer as she sounded as if she was making the effort to encourage the graduates to get engaged in politics.

“It’s no longer possible to assume that democracy will work if most Americans simply wait until election time to learn a little about the candidates and otherwise ignore what’s going on.”

In John Hawkins’ new book, ‘101 Things All Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches in number 70, “When it comes to life, your attitude should be, ‘If I didn’t earn it, I don’t deserve it.'” This is a lesson Warren, Sanders and the rest of the radicals on the left need to learn about America.

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