‘Consider this MY warning’: Unleashed Elizabeth Warren goes on threatening tirade against Sessions

“The lady doth complain too much methinks.”

After the Senate confirmed its colleague, Sen. Jeff Sessions, as attorney general early Wednesday evening, Sen. Elizabeth Warren went on a social media tirade blasting the decision.

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Warren, who led the charge against the Alabama Republican’s nomination, was reprimanded during Tuesday night’s debate on his confirmation because of her over-the-top excoriation of Sessions. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said her rhetoric violated Senate Rule 19.

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At that point she was instructed to sit down and could no longer take part in the debate.

Following that, the Massachusetts Democrat took her rage out on social media. That anger was re-ignited after the Senate voted to confirm Sessions as the next attorney general where she threatened to watch his every move and take immediate action if necessary.

Some Capitol Hill observers wondered if McConnel, a Kentucky Republican, went too far in calling for Warren’s reprimand. Had he remained silent Warren’s debate speech would have gone unnoticed. All he did was to give her widespread coverage and marshal the left to her corner.

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Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer suggested on Fox News Wednesday that perhaps that was McConnell’s intention all along. Perhaps McConnell was engaged in a game of three-dimension chess in the hope that placing the extreme-left Warren in the limelight would result in her receiving her party’s presidential nomination in 2020.

Many believe this would assure an easy Republican victory.

Now if we can just get the Democrats to elect Rep. Keith Ellison as their national party chairman, victory would be complete.

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