If you watched Tuesday’s Democrat debate all the way to the end you probably noticed a slight cat fight between socialists Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Unfortunately for CNN ratings most people did not see the actual encounter when it took place, but that’s what audio is for.
From Daily Wire:
On Wednesday, CNN released the audio from a confrontation that took place after Tuesday night’s Democrat presidential debate between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, in which both candidates accused each other of making false statements.
Here’s what was said…
— David Gura (@davidgura) January 16, 2020
CNN has just published the audio of the tense conversation between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren after yesterday's debate pic.twitter.com/EUdIyIkroW
— Matt Bevan 🎙 (@MatthewBevan) January 16, 2020
CNN: “Sen. Sanders, I do want to be clear here, you’re saying that you never told senator Warren that a woman could not win the election?"
SANDERS: "That is correct."
CNN: “Sen. Warren, what did you think when senator Sanders told you a woman could not win the election?" pic.twitter.com/BZ1NajmQE9
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 15, 2020
Warren, who has been asked repeatedly how she plans to pay for her proposals to make the country better than President Trump, especially her proposed of Medicare for All, not surprisingly, each time the question comes up, it seems as if she can’t give a solid answer.
Warren recently dismissed the idea that her ability to provide funding for the massive expansion of federal programs she wants to make law will be hindered by finite amounts of cash available.
Here’s more from TheBlaze:
Warren made the comments during an interview in November with Lily Eskelsen Garcia, president of the National Education Association. Garcia had asked Warren about increasing funding for Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act, and how that might be paid for.
“So the answer is yes. And pay for it? This is about our priorities, what matters most to us,” Warren answered. “A budget is about priorities. … The way I see it, there’s always, come on, there’s always money. It’s there. Are we going to spend the money on defense or are we going to spend the money on our children?”
Most of the other Democratic presidential candidates running have come out and criticized Warren for not being totally honest about where the money for her programs is going to come from.
Warren has waved off these criticisms, saying they are just rehashing Republican talking points.