Elizabeth Warren

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks at the Iowa State Fair, Saturday, Aug. 10, 2019, in Des Moines, Iowa. (AP Photo/John Locher)


After Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) made a pit stop in Iowa last month to purchase some lemonade from two 11-year-old girls at a lemonade stand, she posted an image of the meeting on Twitter to promote making lemonade out of lemons:

As it turns out, making lemonade out of lemons is exactly what the family of one of the girls did after the encounter. They donated the $10 they received from Warren, who is pro-abortion, to the pro-life movement:

“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].”
The two kids were excited about meeting a presidential candidate in person. The Michels girl urged her parents to vote for the Massachusetts senator in 2020 after the photo op. The parents instead explained Warren’s stance on abortion. The girls and their parents decided to donate to the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, a non-profit that supports pro-life legislation.

“My daughter told us she wanted us to vote for her,” Michels said. “We talked about the abortion part of things and said maybe we should donate money to stop abortion, and my daughter was all for that.”

Warren has proven during the course of her 2020 presidential campaign that she is one of the most radically extreme pro-choice candidates among those still running. She supports abortion on demand for any reason at any point in time during a woman’s pregnancy, including once the baby is viable.

During the first Democratic debate in June, Warren refused to say if she’d put any limits on abortion rights:

According to the New York Post, Warren paid $3 extra for the lemonades to “account for gender inequality.” Good thing to know that the extra money she gave to account for so-called “gender inequality” may go towards saving an unborn girl’s (or boy’s) life.

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