Elizabeth Warren stopped by a lemonade stand that was being run by a couple girls while in Iowa.
Warren tweeted, "Stopped for a quick drink at a lemonade stand in Harlan, Iowa. When life gives you lemons, make big structural change!"
Stopped for a quick drink at a lemonade stand in Harlan, Iowa. When life gives you lemons, make big structural change! pic.twitter.com/rp1PMyzwKX
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) August 8, 2019
What the family did with Warren’s money is fantastic and would infuriate Warren if she knew...and I hope she does.
This was 100% a publicity stunt. She was trying to make it seem like she's relatable to Iowans. Did she even consider that these girls are too young to vote? She probably thought that by buying some cheap lemonade the kids' parents would vote for her...think again. These parents are good conservatives.
Kim Norvell tweeted that she just "happened to come across Warren buying lemonade from some girls in Harlan. It was $7 - she gave them $10. This is Iowa!"
However, when you look at Kim Norvell's Twitter profile, she is someone who has been traveling around with Elizabeth Warren and covering her while in Iowa.
Her account has since been deleted, but here is a screenshot of Ben Shapiro calling her out on it.
Democrats are so scummy, they'll do anything for a vote. Thankfully, her plan backfired.
According to the Free Beacon,
When Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) purchased drinks from two girls running a lemonade stand in August, she may not have been aware that her $10 purchase would be donated to a pro-life charity.
"Our daughters thought [Warren] was nice," Dan Michels, a Trump supporter and a father to one of the girls, told the Washington Free Beacon. "She came by and told us we should vote for her. And our daughters told us she was a nice person, but we don't align with her politically and … because she's pro-choice, we said we should donate her money to a pro-life [cause]."
These girls are young so you can't hold their initial thoughts against them because they don't know as much about her as we do.