“The Most Dangerous Woman in America”
The most dangerous woman in America today?
That would be Elizabeth Warren.
After all, she is one of the most famous politicians in the country and has been for the past three decades.
And that is before she became the first woman in history to lead the Democratic Party.
But if the senator from Massachusetts is anything to go by, she has plenty of reasons to be on the radar of the right.
The senator has been accused of rape and abuse by former female staffers, including her former chief of staff.
And, like many of her peers, Warren has used her political power to try to discredit and discredit women who have accused her of sexual misconduct.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, Warren said she was “uncomfortable” with the term “rape culture” because “we do not define it as such.
We define it very broadly, as a culture that says we’re entitled to the power to say what we want to say.”
It’s a powerful statement, one that should send chills down anyone’s spine.
And yet, Warren is not alone in her political opinions.
The term “feminism” was coined by feminist author Gloria Steinem in 1971.
That’s when Steinem said feminism was a movement of women against the “masculine male system,” which she defined as the traditional gender roles in society.
Warren, by contrast, sees feminism as a movement that is “against men’s oppression.”
And she’s made no secret of her disdain for men.
Warren has also been accused by former Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of sexually assaulting a staffer in a Capitol hotel room in 2016.
But Warren has taken a softer line than others when it comes to the alleged assault, saying that it happened when the staffer was “bouncing off of the bed” during a party fundraiser.
Warren was a part of a Democratic presidential ticket with Bernie Sanders in 2016, which, in addition to her time as a member of the Senate, was her first run for public office.
She is a veteran of the 2012 and 2016 campaigns and has earned endorsements from progressive groups like the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.
Warren is a Democrat who supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and she has been critical of the administration of President Donald Trump, including his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and to impose a travel ban on refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries.
It’s been a tough week for Warren.
On Friday, the Senate voted to confirm her to serve as the third member of her party’s leadership team, replacing her colleague and former secretary of state Tom Perez.
But it’s not all bad news for Warren as the Republican-led Senate is currently considering her nomination for attorney general.
Warren’s confirmation was derailed when the Senate refused to hold a hearing on her nomination, citing a lack of Republican votes.
She now faces an uphill battle to get confirmed in the GOP-led Congress, and that’s going to be a major concern for Warren’s Senate colleagues as they try to navigate a political environment that has made her a lightning rod for some conservatives.