Elizabeth Warren fails to see the irony in her fervent battle cry for voiceless babies

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Senator Elizabeth Warren may be the only one to not have seen the irony in her battle call to protect voiceless babies.

The Massachusetts Democrat tweeted a video message decrying Republican efforts to cut Medicaid funding and replace ObamaCare, featuring a story of baby Peter who was born prematurely with lung disease.

Chronicling the story of the baby’s birth and the family’s struggle to meet his health care needs, Warren presented her argument against the GOP’s “cruel health bill” and captioned her tweet with calling on all senators to “step up and fight for the millions of babies like Peter who can’t speak for themselves.”

Of course, Warren may not be remembering millions of other babies who can’t speak for themselves.

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This dose of irony was not lost on the internet as Twitter users responded to Warren’s rallying cry.

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