WATCH: Elizabeth Warren Caught Red-Handed Telling Voters Falsehoods
Elizabeth Warren’s hypocrisy and falsehoods on education continues.
Last month, education researcher Corey DeAngelis discovered that the 2020 presidential candidate put her son in “an expensive private school in Austin Texas (Kirby Hall School).”
Now, she’s denying that she even sent her child to a private school when confronted on the issue.
DeAngelis tweeted again on November 22, 2019 with a damning video of Warren being questioned about her son’s past education experience.
Holy shit. I have Warren on video lying about where she sent her kids to school.
Sarah Carpenter: "I read that your children went to private schools"
Warren: "No my children went to public schools" pic.twitter.com/PEHr3jNvjx
— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) November 22, 2019
DeAngelis said, “Holy s***. I have Warren on video lying about where she sent her kids to school.
Sarah Carpenter: I read that your children went to private schools
Warren: No my children went to public schools”
Warren’s response goes against the information DeAngelis found about her, which demonstrated that her son attended Kirby Hall School in 1987.
Kirby Hall is a private school that charges a tuition rate of $18,000 annually and is located close to the University of Texas at Austin.
In a yearbook entry, DeAngelis found that Alex Warren was a 5th grade Kirby Hall student in 1987.
DeAngelis did not criticize Alex Warren “for attending a private school in 5th grade.” In that instance, DeAngelis wanted to expose Warren’s hypocrisy of “exercising school choice for her own kids while fighting hard to prevent other families from having that option.”
Here's information on the school.
Tuition is currently almost $18,000 per year. pic.twitter.com/TKAqtWiBS7
— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) October 29, 2019
Warren has made campaigning against school choice a major plank of her presidential candidacy. Under her education plan, for-profit charter schools would be banned and she encourages policymakers to “resist efforts to divert public funds out of traditional public schools.”
Establishment politicians love talking about the virtues of equality and government control of certain services such as education. But privately they choose the most luxurious options while everyone else is stuck with mediocre government schools.
Exposing this hypocrisy is key in changing the narrative in the fight to enact education reform.