By now most are familiar with Elizabeth Warren, the far-left Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate who is merely 1/32 Cherokee yet touted her "minority" status to gain a Harvard professorship, is back at it again. This time, the controversial Warren, who is slated to speak at the Democratic National Convention in September, has a new plan for America: Be more like China.
On Tuesday evening's program, Glenn Beck lampooned the leftist for her recent campaign ad positing that China invests 9 percent of its GDP in infrastructure whereas America only invests 2.4 percent. Thus, according to Warren, America pales in comparison.
“Why aren’t we rebuilding America?” Warren says in the ad. “Our competitors are putting people to work, building a future. China invests 9 percent of its GDP in infrastructure America? We’re at just 2.4 percent.”
“We can do better,” Warren adds. “We can build a foundation for a strong new economy and get people in Massachusetts to work right now.”
Below is the ad for reference:
Beck swiftly discredited Warren's argument, citing the sleeping giant's human rights abuses, abhorrent infant mortality rate, lower than average adult life expectancy and its $6,700 a year average salary statistic. He also reminded the audience that China is the worldwide leader in doling out death sentences for non-violent crimes among its other undesirable elements.
Beck breaks down Warren's argument below in a segment dedicated to comparing the U.S. with the communist dictatorship: