Elizabeth Warren Arrested After Criminal Justice Comments

Elizabeth Warren

The Incident

New Orleans, LA – Shocking comments from potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren unveiled the “hard truth about the criminal justice system” in America, saying it’s “racist.. Front to Back.”

Elizabeth Warren addressed a crowd at Dillard University in New Orleans on August 3, 2018, inciting a small riot because of her comments after the presentation. The audience, made up predominantly of criminal justice undergrads at the university, began throwing chairs and ripping up their notebooks. Warren ironically asked for protection from campus police who complied but also placed her under arrest for inciting the riot.

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Warren declined to comment on her arrest, but doubled down on her claims about racism seemingly unaware that all shades of people put on the blue uniform.

The arresting officer noted Elizabeth Warren’s overwhelming hostility even compared to that of the rioters.

The Backlash

“I’m baffled by the hypocrisy of the statement,” said a undisclosed staffer close to Warren. “How could you be hard on racism and make such an ignorant and discriminate statement about the people who risk their lives everyday to keep the peace?”

A member of the Dillard Campus Police Department commented on the irony of her situation as well.  She’s lambasting the police while needing our help.  “It’s becoming all too familiar. People criticize us, then they need our help.  If you want to talk about moral fiber, think about the strength it takes to help someone who is out to get you!”

Police leaders from Massachusetts are also making their voices heard.

“I have a lot of respect for those who serve in elected positions even though we may disagree at times, however statements like this are disrespectful and divisive,” said Chief Frank G. Fredrerickson of the Yarmouth Police Department.

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“Labeling the entire criminal justice profession as “racist” spreads false and damaging information about our members,” wrote Chief Steven J. Wojnar, President of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, in a heartfelt letter to Elizabeth Warren.

Elizabeth Warren, You Have The Right To Remain Silent

Warren has since attempted to clarify her statement.

“I spoke about an entire system — not individuals — and will continue to work on reforms to make the criminal justice system fairer.”

Warren seems intent on rebuilding the bridge she burned.  Her press secretary announced yesterday that Elizabeth Warren’s office will be creating an honorary lip sync video to “I’m Blue” by Eiffel 65 and invites both the Yarmouth Police Department and Chief Wojnar to join.

Video of Elizabeth Warren’s arrest have not yet been released, but The Salty Sarge managed to obtain a transcript of the arrest:

Arresting Officer: “Ms. Warren, you’ve incited this riot so I’m placing you under arrest. You have the right to remain silent.”

Warren: “What are you talking about? Is this because I said you and everyone you work with is racist?”

Arresting Officer: “Like I said, Ms. Warren, ‘you have the right to remain silent.’ I highly recommend you exercise that right.”

One thing is certain Elizabeth Warren… You definitely have the right to remain silent.

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