Elizabeth Warren is the train wreck we can't look away from. In this video, Elizabeth 'Pocahontas' Warren joked that she hopes Republicans donate their bodies to science so she can "cut them open" after they die.

Jake Tapper has ran to Warren's defense so many times we have lost track. For instance, when Trump was joking around called the pretend Indian "Pocahontas." It seems being called Pocahontas would be something she would appreciate since she clearly wishes she was an Indian.

Here is the video where Warren announces that she'd like to cut open Republicans. But don't worry, she was just joking, right?

Elizabeth 'Pocahontas' Warren: I Want to Cut Open Republican Bodies

Per Washington Free Beacon:

"I hope they leave their bodies to science. I would like to cut them open," Warren said during an event in Chicago on Saturday.

Warren was discussing the Republican effort to repeal Obamacare and seemed to suggest their position on healthcare was unfathomable.

"God, what planet do they live on?" Warren asked, before sharing her wish to cut open their bodies.

She was visibly bothered by the argument from "a lot of people" that the Republican plan was "not brutal enough for a big chunk of the Republican party."

So let's get this straight. Trump makes a harmless joke and calls Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas" and it's a huge deal and extremely offensive. But if Elizabeth Warren said she wants to cut open the competition, it's no big deal? Or when someone from the left makes an extremely distasteful joke about Kellyanne Conway, that's alright?

We believe in freedom of speech. Everyone should be able to make jokes as they wish. This is more to point out that there is obviously a double standard here. It seems that in the minds of leftists, they are the only ones that are able to be victims.

This all got started because Republicans are hoping to repeal Obamacare. Warren has no desire to argue her side, instead she just wants to rip apart the other side.

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