The Democratic Debate Aftermath EVERYONE Missed

The liberal media is fawning all over Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren today.

She’s surging in the polls, and liberal pundits are declaring her the “winner” of last night’s televised Democratic debate (which was conveniently shown on MSNBC).

But while MSNBC was lobbing easy questions to Warren and the rest of her Democratic pals, they failed to press her on an issues that could endanger the lives and well-being of THOUSANDS of families in need.

According to a report from The Washington Free Beacon, all seven Democrats in the Senate running for president (including Warren) were ABSENT Wednesday for a vote to send $4.6 billion in emergency humanitarian relief to the southern border to help thousands of migrant families and unaccompanied children.

Less than 24 hours after House Democrats passed a measure Tuesday night, the Republican-controlled Senate rejected it with a 55-37 vote and approved their own measure with overwhelming bipartisan support with an 84-8 vote, according to the Washington Post.



Warren and rest of her friends in the Senate were instead putting aside their duties to the country and propping up their image for Wednesday’s debate.

The 2020 Democratic candidates, which also include Sens. Cory Booker (N.J), Kamala Harris (Calif.), Amy Klobuchar (Minn.), Michael Bennet (Colo.), Kirsten Gillibrand (N.Y.), and Bernie Sanders (Vt.), were all out of town campaigning and preparing for the primary debates.

All three of the 2020 House Democrats, who will be participating in this week's debates, were also absent for Tuesday's border vote, according to Politico reporter Sarah Ferris.

Why is Warren’s absence a big deal? Because for weeks she has been slamming President Trump’s action with the crisis at the southern border... but when it came time to cast a vote she was conveniently GONE.

Actions speak louder than words, Liz!

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