Elizabeth Warren Nods Along As Event Attendee Accuses The U.S. Of Supporting Genocide (VIDEO)

This is astounding.

While campaigning in Iowa, a supporter asked Warren a loaded question which included all kinds of crazy accusations against the United States, including the support of genocide.

Not only did Warren not object, she nodded along.

The Washington Examiner reports:

‘I like your frame on this’: Warren nods as supporter claims US backs ‘genocide in Palestine’

Elizabeth Warren nodded along with an attendee at her town hall event while he claimed the American military supported genocide.

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The Massachusetts senator and 2020 presidential hopeful took questions from the crowd in Grinnell, Iowa, on Monday, with one attendee saying, “Right now, the United States is bombing at least seven countries. We support genocides in Palestine and in Yemen. The U.S. military is actually the biggest polluter of any organization in the world.”

He continued, “United States sanctions on Venezuela caused over 40,000 deaths, and we also have sanctions on many other countries like Iran, North Korea, and you can name many more.”

The attendee asked Warren, “I’m wondering, as president, will you stop U.S.-supported murder, whether it’s through sanctions, arms support, or boots on the ground?”

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Warren responded, “I like your frame on this.”

Watch the video:

Do people on the left even hear themselves?

It’s just shocking that she didn’t object.


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