Elizabeth Warren repeatedly dodged questions about whether she was fired from her teaching job due to her pregnancy.
Here’s the video:
Elizabeth Warren Repeatedly Dodges Questions About Whether She Was Fired from Her Teaching Job Due to Her Pregnancy pic.twitter.com/WFqenqy3Jx
— TalkRadio 1680 KGED (@TalkRadio1680) October 8, 2019
Reporter: “Is it accurate to say you were fired? Or were you forced to resign? Or how would we characterize this?”
Elizabeth Warren: “You know, look — it doesn’t matter much what the term is, but let’s be clear. I was six months pregnant, it was my first job, I was 22 years old. And the job, that was mine, that I’ve been hired for the next year, was taken away when they knew I was pregnant.”
The Washington Free Beacon located county records from the local school board, showing that the board in April 1971 voted to extend Warren a second-year contract similar to the one she held the previous year. A few months the minutes show that her resignation was “accepted with regret.”
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive!“
A newly surfaced video appears to contradict Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren’s claim that she was fired from teaching job after becoming ‘visibly pregnant.’ Here is the reaction from Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich.
Warren doubled downed on CBS News Monday that her life since becoming a senator has caused her to “open up” about different parts of her life as she stood by her account. And on Tuesday, she reiterated her claims that she was pushed out, indicating that while the contract was extended in April when her pregnancy was not visible, that changed a few months later.
This was 1971, years before Congress outlawed pregnancy discrimination—but we know it still happens in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. We can fight back by telling our stories. I tell mine on the campaign trail, and I hope to hear yours.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) October 8, 2019
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