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Pocahontas Mocked for Fuzzy Math on Abortion Test-Vote

'If the nominee can’t get 60 votes, you don’t change the rule – you change the nominee... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was mocked for her inability to count after the bill to codify Roe v. Wade lost in a 51-49 vote, Townhall reported.

“I believe in democracy, and I don’t believe that the minority should have the ability to block things that the majority wants to do,” she said in an interview after the vote. “That’s not in the Constitution… It’s time to get rid of the filibuster.”

Warren, apparently, had not realized that she was in the minority, as 51 senators voted against the bill and 49 voted for it.

Social media users were quick to point out her mistake:

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Warren is notorious for political inconsistency, having previously come out in support of the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees.

Warren’s statement also showed her fundamental lack of understanding of the Constitution, which was written in a way that would avoid majority rule.

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