October 13, 2015
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has positioned herself carefully over the years as a populist hero, one who would presumably fight back against Wall Street and for the common person. However, recently she has used that narrative to grow her power and influence so large that she stands to be an even more corrupt presence in Washington than those she has sworn to challenge.
She has taken the veto pen from the president when it comes to presidential appointments, killing the nomination of Antonio Weiss for an influential role at Treasury. She continues to shoot down any SEC commissioner nominees who have relevant industry experience.
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