Everyone gather around and take a knee. You may find yourself in a conversation with a presidential candidate at some point over the next few months. If the opportunity presents itself, don’t waste time asking about impeachment. Or pizza parlors. Or about how mean everyone is to poor Donald Trump. Do what this gentleman did to Elizabeth Warren, and just ask a question. He didn’t ask about impeachment or big tent issues. He asked about a kitchen table issue, student loans (see VIDEO: Mike Rowe Exposes the Scam of College and Student Loans and WATCH: Dan Crenshaw Explains Why #CancelStudentDebt is Immoral). Specifically, how Senator Selfie wants the government to forgive people who made irresponsible decisions. Behold, greatness.
A Father confronts @SenWarren
Father : My daughter is in school, I saved all my money just to pay student loans Can I have my money back?
Warren: of course not
Father: so you want to help those who don't save any money and the ones that do the right thing get screwed? pic.twitter.com/EY8M57tj9F
— JiveBunny (@JiveBunnyMuzik) January 21, 2020
Usual disclaimer. This random clip from some other random person online could be selectively edited and/or taken out of context. Should that be the case, just pretend the gentleman is a Covington High School student and I’m CNN. I feel bad enough for the guy that he’s about to have every meme he’s ever shared on Facebook investigated. Embarrassing our betters in the Democrat Party isn’t something that’s usually tolerated by the media. Warren apparently didn’t have a plan for that.
But what makes this clip so choice is that the man asked a question that many of us find ourselves yelling at our computer monitors. Something that reporters and debate moderators never seem to ask. We did the right, responsible thing. Yet Democrats always want to reward people who did the wrong, irresponsible thing.
Every time a Democrat wants to reward people who don’t deserve it, use tax money to bribe people to vote for them, or in any way want to give things out for free that aren’t actually free, they need to be challenged on it. Since the media won’t do it, it’s the job of the voters to do so. With a friend conveniently placed with his iPhone camera running.