Elizabeth Warren is now selling a “Billionaire Tears” cup for the low, low price of $25, which at that price only billionaires can afford reallY:
Seriously, Elizabeth Warren charging 25 dollars for a coffee mug that makes fun of capitalists is just perfect pic.twitter.com/kA7LWl90qI
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) November 14, 2019
It appears to be in response to this attack on Sen. Warren from billionaire Leon Cooperman:
ok billionaire https://t.co/G7TMoxko0W
— Team Warren (@TeamWarren) November 13, 2019
She should’ve credited Ben Shapiro, at the very least:
When you aren't clever enough to have your own ideas, so you rip off @benshapiro's.
— Jessica Fletcher (@heckyessica) November 14, 2019
Ok boomer, but @realDailyWire did it better
— Audrey (@hiaudreygrace) November 14, 2019
Maybe this is how she’ll pay for Medicare-for-all?
Asking $25 for a $3 coffee mug is how she’s gonna pay for MFA.
— Joe (B) [for Bastard] (@Josef_Lemonovic) November 14, 2019
Behold, the power of unions to make a mug this expensive!
The @ewarren campaign is now selling a $25 “billionaire tears” mug.
“Savor a warm, slightly salty beverage of your choice in this union-made mug as you contemplate all the good a wealth tax could do.” pic.twitter.com/cfMTK0iE2K
— Kevin Robillard (@Robillard) November 14, 2019
And we’ll note that she can sell a mug like this thanks to the billionaire owner of Shopify:
“Powered by Shopify.” Shopify’s CEO? Tobias Lütke. His net worth? $2.7 billion. You’re literally giving money to a multimillionaire who is generating money for a multibillionaire, all so you can have a mug showing that you’re super duper serious about “rich people bad.”
— CatoTheBarner (@CatoTheBarner) November 14, 2019
Some are comparing her behavior here to that of President Donald Trump:
To me this is awful and very Trumpish and reminds me of Trump demonizing the media, you may not agree with another American but I want in my Democrat President someone who talks positively about building a better future. I want my President to stop this Trump/ Warren behavior
— Joshua Birkenhauer (@TheBirkenhauer) November 14, 2019
It’s the new normal:
Everyone is Trump now. https://t.co/nbygYMzn9d
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 14, 2019