Black Women Protest Warren for Keeping Kids on the Teachers Union Plantation
Senator Elizabeth Warren launched her big bid for black voters by bringing along Rep. Ayanna Pressley, a member of the hate squad, now her campaign co-chair, and Angela Peoples, a racist Farrakhan lover who used to go around ranting about white women.
And then disaster struck.
Warren is a close ally of the teachers' union mafia which exploits black children by locking them up in bad schools so that money will flow to Democrats like Warren. But some black mothers were there to protest for school choice and for charter schools. And they took on Warren.
The media is desperately trying to spin the results, but there are plenty of videos that show what happened.
Black women from the Powerful Parent Network chanted, "We want to be heard" and "our children, our choice."
Sarah Carpenter,, the leader of the protesters, told reporters that, "“Black people tired of you coming into our community when you want us to vote for you. Come before it’s time to vote. Black women — where I come from — we may be poor. But we vote every election,"
What was supposed to be a show of support from black women for Warren, instead showed black women standing up to her destructive agenda and self-serving exploitation of black people.
A group wearing “powerful parent network” shirts, a group who opposes Warren’s stance on charter schools started chanting “our children our choice” and “we want to be heard!” during the start of Warren’s speech. pic.twitter.com/IOrysOTDgb— Ryan Brooks (@ByRyanBrooks) November 21, 2019
Protesters interrupt Warren’s speech, chanting “We want to be heard.” Others in the crowd chant back “Warren” and “Let her speak.” pic.twitter.com/R0CQN09LIT— Hayley Miller (@hayleymiller01) November 22, 2019
— Adam Schiff is a cop (@notcapnamerica) November 22, 2019
Protestors at @ewarren event in Atlanta:
“Black people tired of you coming into our community when you want us to vote for you. Come before it’s time to vote. Black women — where I come from — we may be poor. But we vote every election.” pic.twitter.com/gxhwL65zFm
Holy shit. I have Warren on video lying about where she sent her kids to school.— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) November 22, 2019
Sarah Carpenter: "I read that your children went to private schools"
Warren: "No my children went to public schools" pic.twitter.com/PEHr3jNvjx