In the days following the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren vowed to dedicate all of her precious time and energy to cracking down on pregnancy crisis centers.

But Warren is nothing if not a multitasker, and she’s not afraid of spreading herself too thin.

That’s why she’s also cracking down on another societal scourge:

Having solved no other problems, Elizabeth Warren — along with Ed Markey and Bernie Sanders — is ready to fight for universal smartphone chargers:

In a letter sent Thursday to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, and Bernie Sanders of Vermont press for a plan to tackle the lack of a universal charger, which they say creates a financial burden for consumers and creates more electronic waste.

“We cannot allow the consumer electronics industry to prioritize proprietary and inevitably obsolete charging technology over consumer protection and environmental health,” reads an excerpt from the letter.

“We cannot allow.” Gee, where have we heard that before?

Priorities, baby.

No. There is literally nothing that crazy old bat doesn’t want to control.

Always. Emphasis on the “less wasteful” part:

But where’s the fun in that?

Maybe it will be by the time Elizabeth Warren and Co. are finished.

Here we are.

Same as it ever was.

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