Since the attack on the GOP baseball practice, some in media haven’t seemed to know how to refrain from attacking the GOP, some even attacking wounded Steve Scalise himself.
Democratic leaders have generally been supporting talking unity.
But not Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
In a speech before a crowd, Warren warned President Donald Trump, “You ain’t seen nasty yet!”
From The Hill:
Warren read aloud from her new book “This Fight is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class” and took questions at a town hall event in New York Friday, HuffPost reported.
Warren blasted Trump for his economic policies, saying they are hurting the middle-class Americans who voted for him.
She then goes on to talk about how people were full of “optimism and hope” at the Women’s March at various places across the country.
Somehow ‘optimism and hope’ doesn’t seem to jibe with ‘nasty’ which was the watchword of Warren and the march.
It didn’t sound much like ‘optimism and hope’ at the Women’s March when Madonna was pitching when she talked about how she thought about blowing up the White House. Or when Ashley Judd assailed Trump, accusing him of incest and saying she was as “nasty as the blood on her sheets.”
People on social media were not appreciating the attack on Trump after the fragile unity moment.
Yeah yeah. So Princes Slinging Bull says she's nasty and capable of more nastiness. Shocking.
— gnorwreven (@tlynnleggie) June 18, 2017
Well, obviously, she isn't going to be calmer and united with the rest of our country. Very, very, sad…
— PTEACHERINME (@pteacherinme) June 18, 2017
Where is civility
— Philip Gardner (@ThetaFriend) June 18, 2017
Even professed Democrats weren’t feeling Warren.
Can someone please tell her to go away !!! And I'm a dem.
— Zubb (@zubbve) June 18, 2017
Some had a little fun back at her.
Is she gonna send him her nudes?
— Liberals🔜Prison2.0 (@LogicIsStrength) June 18, 2017
oh, mercy…she's not gonna moon us is she???
— alpowrga38 (@alpowrgs38) June 18, 2017
Warren’s attitude is one that has lead to the poisoning of the dialogue.
Her political ‘tin ear’ shows her inability to grasp this is not the time to talk about being nasty…