Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren Echoes Barack Obama with Labor Day Message: ‘You Didn’t Build That by Yourself’ (VIDEO)
2020 Democrat hopeful and Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren said in a shrill voice to a crowd in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire on Monday that hard working business owners didn’t build anything on their own.
The Massachusetts Senator has a Labor Day message for hard-working American entrepreneurs, ‘You didn’t build that.’
Warren mocked hard working business owners and said, “You built a great fortune here in America. I guarantee you built it at least in part using workers all of us helped pay to educate, Yeah!”
“You built it at least in part getting your goods to market on roads and bridges all of us paid to build,” Warren said echoing Barack Obama’s 2012 speech.
Elizabeth Warren lied about being a Native American in order get into college and to land a lucrative job as a professor at Harvard being paid over $400,000 a year to teach one class and she has the nerve to lecture hard working American entrepreneurs.
Barack Obama said nearly the same exact thing in July of 2012 on the campaign trail.
“If you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own,” Obama said in 2012. “Somebody invested in roads and bridges — if you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that! Somebody else made that happen!”