BOSTON - Sen. Elizabeth Warren is engaging in political doublespeak, attempting to distract from her obstructionism on the 21st Century Cures Act. On WBZ-TV's "Keller at Large," Warren tried to claim that her opposition to the bipartisan bill made it 'better' even though she voted against it, in a reflexively ideological move that leaves her marginalized in the Senate.
"Senator Warren's absurd claim she made the Cures Act 'better' is classic political doublespeak. Despite this attempt to distract from her obstructionist tactics, her 'no' vote on the bill shows she is blinded by extreme ideology and stands alone in the U.S. Senate. Fortunately for Massachusetts, legislation with funding for addiction treatment and medical advances passed with the support of Governor Baker and a bipartisan majority in Congress." -MassGOP Chairman Kirsten HughesClick here to see Warren's doublespeak.