Elizabeth Warren on Same-Sex Marriage at Equality Town Hall

Clay Curtis
October 12, 2019

"And I'm going to say, 'Well, then just marry one woman".

Elizabeth Warren's response to a question about same-sex marriage has gone viral.

Warren shrugged her shoulders, then came in with a smack-down: 'Assuming you can find one, ' she said. "Warren also shows that she is sexist as she suggests no woman would ever hold that view".

The social media crowd's response to Warren's tongue-in-cheek remark was a somewhat mixed one, as netizens seemed either amused with her wit or displeased by the fact that she essentially did not answer the question she was asked in the first place.

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And they did what people do when they're mad: they tweet. 'I have friends who don't think the same things that i do. Liberal activist Peter Daou tweeted that he has "nothing in common with George W.

She said she couldn't be sure what she thought as a kid, and acknowledged that different faiths see things differently. "Jesus loves all the children of the world", she said, singing the tune.

"My pronouns are she, her and hers", Harris said. "That is the basis of the faith that I grew up in". "But to me, that is the heart of it". "The hatefulness frankly always really shocked me, especially for people of faith". "And it truly is about the preciousness of each and every life". Because I think the whole foundation is the worth of every single human being. That stance is in contrast to the policies of President Donald Trump. But Warren is showing that conservatives don't have a monopoly on faith and that Christianity doesn't inherently equal an opposition to LGBTQ rights.

During her time in the U.S. Senate, she urged the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, co-sponsored the Equality Act to include LGBTQ individuals and led a campaign to pressure the FDA to eliminate its lifetime ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood with the first openly gay Sen.

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