The Democratic Debate Bombshell That NO ONE is Talking About

Something I haven't seen people talking about from the Democratic Debate in South Carolina on Tuesday night is something that I think is incredibly important to the Democratic platform, to Elizabeth Warren especially, and to the pro-life/pro-choice debate.

Gayle King asked Elizabeth Warren, "Senator Warren, I’m coming to you. I want to direct this question to you because you— because mayor Bloomberg has said he got in this race late because he doesn’t believe that any of you on stage can beat Donald Trump. You said mayor Bloomberg is not the safest candidate. He is the riskiest candidate. What did you mean by that?"

Warren went on to speak on how Bloomberg helped a pro-life advocate get elected, "In 2016, he dumped $12 million into the Pennsylvania Senate race to help re-elect an anti-choice, right-wing Republican senator. And I just want to say, the woman challenger was terrific, she lost by a single point. In 2012, he scooped in to try to defend another Republican senator against a woman challenger. That was me. It didn’t work, but he tried hard. I don’t care how much money mayor Bloomberg has. The core of the Democratic Party will never trust him. He has not earned their trust. I will. And the fact that he cannot earn the trust of core of the Democratic Party means he is the riskiest candidate standing on this stage."

King, gave Bloomberg an opportunity to respond about his experience and qualifications for running. He mentioned her in his comment so Warren was given an opportunity to respond back, and what she said shook me. I couldn't believe she had just said what she did.

Here is the critical comment made by Warren:

"I was mentioned in this. I’d like— I’d like to respond. He called me out by name. And referred to what I talk about as a side show. You know, this is personal for me. When I was 21 years old, I got my first job as a special education teacher. I loved that job. And by the end of the first year, I was year, I was visibly pregnant. The the principal wished me luck and gave my job to someone else. Pregnancy discrimination, you bet. But I was 21 years old. I didn’t have a union to protect me. And I didn’t have any federal law on my side. So I packed up my stuff, and I went home. At least I didn’t have a boss who said to me, “kill it,” the way that mayor Bloomberg is alleged to have said to one of his pregnant employees."

Why is this so important?

It's important because she just admitted that inside the mother's womb is a baby.

Based on their pro-death platform, why would this even be an issue if Bloomberg told the woman to kill it? This is what Warren and every other liberal promote doing.

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