Elizabeth Warren roasted for Thanksgiving over ‘boogeyman’ blame game on inflation

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Senator Elizabeth Warren was absolutely roasted after the Massachusetts Democrat served up a tweet on the record-high inflation that has put the squeeze on ordinary Americans just in time for Thanksgiving.

In a transparent attempt to deflect the blame from the White House and the catastrophic damage inflicted on households as a result of President Joe Biden’s embrace of far-left ideology over sound governance, Warren pointed the finger at corporations which she insisted were sticking it to Americans this Thanksgiving for the sole purpose of keeping their stock prices up.

The failed presidential candidate whom former President Donald J. Trump affectionately referred to as “Pocahontas,” a jab at her claims of being of Native American heritage to advance her career by gaining preferential treatment, has consistently railed against corporations, much in the way that her Senate compatriot Bernie Sanders has maligned “millionaires” and “billionaires” despite his own seven-figure net worth.

In a Wednesday tweet of a story on how companies “can’t stop bragging to investors” about their success in passing on the increased costs of what many have termed “Bidenflation” to consumers, Warren wrote, “Wondering why your Thanksgiving groceries cost more this year? It’s because greedy corporations are charging Americans extra just to keep their stock prices high. This is outrageous.”

In another pre-turkey day tweet, Warren also took advantage of the holiday to take aim at poultry producers by demanding a Justice Department investigation, not something that would be a particularly high priority for Attorney General Merrick Garland who has been busy using his office to launch political persecutions against parents who dare to show up at school board meetings to complain about critical race theory.

According to a statement posted on Warren’s website:

“Lack of competition in the poultry industry is allowing these massive companies to squeeze both American consumers and farmers to fuel record corporate profits and payouts to shareholders. When companies have monopoly power as massive suppliers, they can jack up prices of the goods they sell. And when those same companies have complete or substantial market power as large employers or buyers of inputs, also known as monopsony power, they can suppress their own costs for those inputs, including workers’ wages. This is the worst of all worlds, where wages are held back while prices are jacked up.”

 

Warren’s calling in the feds over turkey prices is a conflicting message from that of snark queen Jen Psaki and the White House press secretary’s condescending dismissiveness about the higher costs for the traditional holiday bird earlier this week.

The reaction to Warren’s tweets was swift and brutal with the woman who was humiliated in her home state’s primary last year being scalped on Twitter for her shifting of the blame for inflation away from Biden.

Warren was also the recipient of a triple helping of ridicule over her Thanksgiving day tweet that was as phony as a cringeworthy 2019 Instagram video where she guzzled a beer.

Few members of Congress have been seen as more consistently disingenuous nor as brazenly phony as Senator Warren whose arrogance blinds her to the fact that she has become little more than a cartoon character.

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