Senator Elizabeth Warren did an interview on WBSM with Tim Dunn and while she did technical condemn violent behavior it’s being speculated that she did so in a way as to not really touch the subject.
DUNN: After specifically condemning the KKK, neo-Nazis, and other white supremacist groups following Charlottesville, President Trump drew criticism from some suggesting that both sides were responsible for the violence on Saturday. Absent the presence of white nationalists, left-wing protesters threw bottles of urine and rocks at police officers. The same occurred last night in Phoenix following the president’s rally. Are you prepared to condemn violence on that part of the left-wing agitators, such as Antifa, as you have the right-wing, white nationalist group? “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” “What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!” are some of the things they’ve chanted. Do you care to comment on that?
WARREN: Violence is not the way to go. Violence is not the way to advance our interests. But let’s be really clear about what Donald Trump did. He said that there were a lot of good people marching with Nazis and white supremacists. Those are not good people when they march with Nazis and white supremacists, period.
DUNN: Is Antifa, those people we saw on the Boston Common, are they good people?
WARREN: I didn’t see them marching. What I saw were people who are Nazis and white supremacists. And Donald Trump said those are good people marching with them. They are not good people.
DUNN: But referring to the Boston Common, I mean, 40,000, the peaceful demonstrators versus the very littl e—
WARREN: People who march with Nazis and white supremacists are not good people.
Of course she can’t really condemn Antifa because she’s one of the most hardcore liberal progressives on the planet… I mean the lady thinks she’s a Native American… come on!