Did US Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) listen to her own words when asked about the Mollie Tibbetts tragedy? One has to wonder.
Warren, who is likely to seek the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination, is one of the nation's most radical abortion advocates, and one of the nation's most radical illegal alien defenders. Yet, in a CNN interview, she pointed to the heartbreak of separating babies from their mothers in the US illegally as a "real problem."
Warren briefly expressed sorrow for the Tibbetts family, and then quickly veered the conversation to defend parents being separated from their children at the border.
"I think we need immigration laws that focus on people who pose a real threat and I don’t think mom’s and babies are the place that we should be spending our resources. Separating a momma from a baby does not make this country safer," she said.
"Separating a momma from a baby does not make this country safer."
Does permanently separating Mrs. Tibbetts from her 20 year old daughter matter to Sen. Warren?
Does permanently separating an expectant mother from her unborn baby matter?
Evidently, only the temporary separation of minors from their mothers that have broken or ignored immigration law is the separation and "real problems" that concern Sen. Warren.