Elizabeth Warren announced that a potential Warren cabinet would be comprised of at least 50% women and “non-binary” individuals.
Warren Attacks President Trump
In a post on Medium entitled, “Restoring Integrity and Competence to Government After Trump,” Warren set out her priorities if she was elected as President in November. “My agenda would make our government and our economy work for everyone,” she wrote.
Warren first attacked President Trump for having unfilled positions in the cabinet and government that required Senate confirmation. She ignored the fact that Democratic senators have attacked many of his appointees, such as Justice Kavanaugh. One of her first acts would be to “establish a Justice Department Task Force to investigate corruption during the Trump administration and to hold government officials accountable for illegal activity,” claiming the President is running “the most corrupt administration in history.” But did not supply any evidence to support her outrageous claims.
A Very “Diverse” Cabinet
A future Warren cabinet and senior leadership team would be built to “reflect the full diversity of America, including having at least 50% of Cabinet positions filled by women and non-binary people,” as the federal government currently “does a dismal job on diversity and inclusion.”
For those of you who are not caught up on the woke lingo, non-binary individuals do not identify as being either a man or a woman, but somewhere in between on the so-called “gender spectrum.”
This would not necessarily be an empty promise, as Warren currently employs 31 women and 20 men in her Senate offices. And women outnumber men in the vast majority of her campaign team as well. Warren would be following the example of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who first tried to create a “diverse” cabinet when he was elected in 2015.
Warren would also “ensure representation of LGBTQ+ people across all levels of government, including in leadership roles.” And, she would create “new paid fellowship programs for federal jobs for people from marginalized communities and low-income applicants, including formerly incarcerated individuals.” And, she would “open up promotion pathways by requiring every federal agency to incorporate diversity as part of their core strategic plan and creating support networks through a government-wide mentorship program that centers Black and Brown employees.”
Fauxcahontas is at it again it seems! Not content with pushing the boundaries on who can identify as a Native American, she’s also decided to be the first person to demand non-binary people are represented in government!
It makes me wonder though how committed to diversity she really is. She says the cabinet needs to “reflect the full diversity of America,” which is understandable. But, for some reason I don’t think she’s talking about the most important diversity of all – diversity of thought!
When are you going to ensure half of your cabinet are conservatives Senator Warren? If you want to be reflective of the country at large, that’s only fair. Unless, of course, you only care what someone looks like, or what’s between their legs, instead of what’s in their brains. For some reason, I doubt you worry too much about the latter.