It’s been over a month since Hillary announced her candidacy for President, and she continues to evade answering media questions, and remains absent from the public eye.
Mention of 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been noticeably absent from California’s 2015 Democrat convention as the party faithful flocked to the Saturday speech from Senator Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
Warren hit on the millionaires and billionaires of Washington saying, “The game is rigged.” Interestingly enough, Clinton would be a millionaire in Washington if she were elected. Warren said, “It’s not working for America’s families, and we’re here to change that.”
Warren declared, “We need people who share our values.” It was sounding more and more like a Hillary candidate isn’t one that falls in line with their “values.” She went on to say, “This next election is up to you, it’s up to the people in this room, because you are the heart and the soul and the living spark of the Democrat Party. You are the ones who will make the change happen.” She closed by saying, in part, “I truly believe if we fight for our values, we will win.”
As if on cue, the crowd booed at Warren’s mention of former President Ronald Reagan and his tenure as governor of California. She then proceeded to lambast Republicans, claiming they go after seniors and students. She made time to bash Jeb Bush over comments on Baltimore and teachers, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker over education fiscal reform, and fellow Senator Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) over comments on minimum wage.advertisement - story continues below
Elizabeth Warren at CA Democrats Convention 2015
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Video courtesy of CADMORG
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