Elizabeth Warren talked about the exclusive meeting of Pete Buttigieg's "wine cave,quot; while she was in the Democratic debate a couple of days ago and now, actress Jane Lynch is also evaluating the controversial fundraiser. However, after the Glee star shared his opinion, he received a lot of criticism on social media!
Lynch told Warren on Twitter yesterday that "class war is ugly,quot; and that was not all!
He also added that "the billionaires in the wine caves have as much right to say who becomes president as the waitresses in the diners and the plumbers in my bathroom."
However, as well as it was intended, many people online were not fanatical of the message they were transmitting and proceeded to defend Warren's criticism of fundraising from the "closed door,quot; winery in Buttigieg.
Users pointed out that their position on the issue only "minimizes the corrupting influence of money on politics." "When the waitresses and plumbers can buy access to the people who run for president, then we can discuss how class warfare is unfair to the rich." / & # 39; A billionaire should have no more voice than all plumbers throughout the country & # 39 ;.
As for the statement that started everything and that came from Warren, it was delivered in a debate on Thursday, reports the Los Angeles Times.
She said in front of the crowd that ‘The mayor just had a fundraiser that was held in a cave full of crystals and served wine for $ 900 bottle. Think about who comes to that. He had promised that every fundraiser he would make would be open doors, but this one was closed doors. Years ago we decided that rich people in smoke-filled rooms would not choose the next president of the United States. "