For what reason does the predominant press disregard Elizabeth Warren’s work history when she discusses the expense of school on the battlefield? LevinTV host Mark Levin posed the inquiry Friday night on the radio.
Levin read from a Boston Globe report from the 2012 race cycle that subtleties Warren’s work history. The story clarifies that before being chosen for the Senate, Warren brought home over $700,000 in educating and counseling charges through the span of two years while she additionally was paid as an Obama guide and director of the board that managed the bank bailouts. Of that $700,000, $430,000 of it originated from Harvard.
Levin said that his consideration regarding the issue was propelled by a tweet from TownHall’s Katie Pavlich in regards to Warren’s exhibition at the last round of Democratic presidential discussions: “As Elizabeth Warren shuts the night with objections about the expense of school for students, simply recall that she was paid $400,000 to show one class.”
At the second Democratic discussion, Warren concentrated intensely on soaring school expenses and student loan bailouts.
“Why not a solitary inquiry was presented to Elizabeth Warren about any of this during two discussions in which she’s taken an interest in now?” Levin inquired. “Not one. Not one inquiry.”
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