Candace Owens RIPS Warren for Trying to BRIBE Blacks into Voting for Her

Taking to Twitter, Candace Owens ripped Elizabeth Warren for attempting to essentially bribe black voters into voting for her by offering “reparations” and “free college.”

Owens responded to a tweet where Warren proclaims “I’m calling for universal free college and the cancellation of student loan debt for more than 95% of Americans. This is the kind of big, structural change we need to make sure our kids have opportunity in this country.”

Candace replied with the snarky comeback:

WOW! @ewarren is offering FREE money to black people (reparations) plus FREE college, AND a reimbursement if you took out any loans from a bank!

You MUST vote for her in 2020 if you are an absolute moron with zero economic sense!

WEEEEE!!!! Everything is going to be FREEE!!!

Many agreed with Candace. Gregory Bettis wrote “Dems love dangling these carrots in front of people.”

Nick Adams replied “I’ve always heard the saying Democrats want to help everyone using your $. I didn’t always believe it, I do now.”

Here is more about Elizabeth Warren’s “plan.”

My plan for broad student debt cancellation will:

  • Cancel debt for more than 95% of the nearly 45 million Americans with student loan debt;
  • Wipe out student loan debt entirely for more than 75% of the Americans with that debt;
  • Substantially increase wealth for Black and Latinx families and reduce both the Black-White and Latinx-White wealth gaps; and
  • Provide an enormous middle-class stimulus that will boost economic growth, increase home purchases, and fuel a new wave of small business formation.

Once we’ve cleared out the debt that’s holding down an entire generation of Americans, we must ensure that we never have another student debt crisis again. We can do that by recognizing that a public college education is like a public K-12 education — a basic public good that should be available to everyone with free tuition and zero debt at graduation. My plan for universal free college will:

  • Give every American the opportunity to attend a two-year or four-year public college without paying a dime in tuition or fees;
  • Make free college truly universal — not just in theory, but in practice — by making higher education of all kinds more inclusive and available to every single American, especially lower-income, Black, and Latinx students, without the need to take on debt to cover costs.