Friday, March 31, 2017
Sen. Warren Says She's Angry (& So Are Millions Of Others)
One of the few things that Donald Trump seems to enjoy more than taking taxpayer-funded trips to his fancy hotels and golf courses is attacking me.
But when Donald Trump goes on Fox News to call me angry — he's telling the truth.
I am angry, Mr. President, and I'm not the only one. Millions of Americans in Massachusetts and across this country are angry that Trump and the Republicans are working their shriveled little hearts out to rig the system even more for the rich and powerful. They're angry, and they're ready to do something about it.
Americans are angry that Donald Trump's trying to give huge tax breaks for billionaires — but his first budget guts Meals on Wheels for seniors, slashes Pell Grants for students, devastates funding for NIH medical research, and cuts programs at the Environmental Protection Agency.
And Americans are angry that after nearly a year of blocking President Obama's Supreme Court nominee, the Senate is now considering a judge whose record shows that he cares more about the rights of giant corporations than the rights of women, the rights of workers, and the rights of consumers.
But here's the good news: Last week, we saw what happens when Americans turn their anger into action. When Republicans tried to push through TrumpCare — which would have cost 24 million people their health insurance — you stood up, rallied, called your representatives, and made a difference. You inspire me, and I've never been more honored to keep fighting side-by-side with you.
We're going to need to work together. Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and their SuperPACs are going to make Massachusetts a top target in 2018. Their attacks are going to get worse. A LOT worse.
Thanks for being a part of this,
(NOTE -- If you would like to donate a few dollars to help Senator Warren keep fighting the good fight, you can go here.)