Warren Criticizes Another Candidate For Taking Money From Firm Which Has Donated To Her Own Campaign

Elizabeth Warren is a hypocrite of the highest order.

She is criticizing her fellow Democrat Pete Buttigieg for taking money from a consulting firm called McKinsey.

Yet she is the second biggest beneficiary of donations from the exact same firm.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Warren second to Buttigieg in campaign cash from McKinsey employees, despite criticism of firm

Despite her attacks against South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s ties with McKinsey & Co., Elizabeth Warren has received the second-most amount of money from employees of the management consulting firm, according to a review of Federal Election Commission documents.

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Since she announced her candidacy in February, the Massachusetts senator, 70, has received $10,098.85 from those who work or have worked at McKinsey, compared to Buttigieg, who has raised $17,280. The rest of the field is in the four-figures or less, with Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar raising $31.

Buttigieg has come under fire from both Warren and left-wing members of the Democratic Party over his history working for the firm for nearly three years, starting in 2007. For months, Warren demanded Buttigieg release a detailing of his work and clients. Warren and other McKinsey critics point to controversies that have ensnared companies like the management consulting firm, including advising governments in Saudi Arabia and China….

The Washington Examiner has reported that Warren’s own ties with the firm go back decades as well, starting with her time at Harvard Law School where she hired the firm to implement a ” long-term development” plan at the cost of $800,000 to $1 million.

It’s hilarious to watch Democratic candidates fighting in this way.

Keep it up, progressives.

Fight among yourselves.

 

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