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Lost in the news this weekend was that Elizabeth Warren said her opponent Geoff Diehl supports racist hate groups because he attended an “anti-Muslim hate group” in the town of “Burn” during Friday night’s debate:
The rally in question was called "Blue Lives Matter," and it was organized by ACT for America. ACT for America has been listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an "anti-Muslim hate group." The Warren camp says Diehl was at the event.
— Liam Martin (@LiamWBZ) October 20, 2018
She kind of slipped that in there because that’s what these ideological race baiting people do. They call everyone they don’t like a “hate group.” This is the “hate rally” she was referring to in “Burn”
Yes, that’s right. A rally to support the police just days after Yarmouth Police Officer Sean Gannon was murdered by a perp with 125 priors thanks to a criminal justice system that Liz Warren thinks is too harsh, is a “hate group.” Those smiling people supporting the police and waving American flags are what Elizabeth Warren thinks is “hate.” That’s how meaningless that word has become. She had no idea what she was talking about that and was reading off of a cue card when she said it:
Has #ElizabethWarren found "Burn" on the map yet? She spends so much time criss crossing the United States, running for President, she can't even remember or pronounce one of the most famous towns on #CapeCod: #Bourne. #mapoli #masen pic.twitter.com/5nmj29nsvH
— Geoff Diehl (@DiehlForSenate) October 21, 2018
She’s so out of touch with regular people that she doesn’t know how to pronounce BOURNE. As mentioned in this NewBostonPost article, Bourne is one of the most identifiable towns in Massachusetts, because both bridges into Cape Cod are in Bourne. Anyone who’s ever gone to the Cape knows Bourne. This woman acts like she’s never heard of it because she lives in a Cambridge-Somerville bubble.
Meanwhile, who called Act for America, which had nothing to do with the rally in the first place, a hate group? That would be the Southern Poverty Law Center – a radical, billion dollar “non-profit” that makes money by adding anyone they disagree to their list. Just watch this video to understand how insane they are:
Hirsi Ali is on there, but Antifa isn’t. That’s all you need to know. That and they’re run by rich white people consumed with white guilt, who get off on calling other people (of all colors) hate groups.
Elizabeth Warren has said and done a lot of inane things before, but saying that a “back the blue” rally in “Burn” to support a murdered police officer is a “hate rally” is the worst thing she’s ever done.
She’s not your normal democratic politician. Regular democrats can be reasonable people in their personal lives. Elizabeth Warren is your average commenter on Occupy Democrats who spews the same meaningless buzzwords about “fighting hate,” and calls everyone she disagrees with a racist. Meanwhile she’s a white woman pretending to be Native American for personal gain, which is one of the most racist things I’ve ever heard.
It boggles my mind how anyone could vote for this fraud.
Meanwhile Geoff Diehl basically gave her a free pass on this. He lets her go on the offensive, she makes shit up about him, and then he demands apologies he never gets. I get it, he’s trying to be the bigger person. But that’s now how you run a campaign against someone as low as this.