First It Was Joe Biden's Son. Now, We Have Questions for Elizabeth Warren's Daughter.
High-Speed Chase Turned Deadly 🚨
Despite the inevitable pressure generated by her mother's tremendous success, Tyagi has forged a path for herself as a prosperous author, entrepreneur, and chair of a progressive think tank called Demos.
Now, her connections – like Hunter Biden's – are raising eyebrows.
Twitchy reports that Demos gave the far-left Working Families Party $45,000 in 2017-2018.
That might not seem noteworthy, but the Working Families Party recently endorsed Elizabeth Warren for president, to the surprise of many.
NEWS: Think tank @Demos_Org gave @WorkingFamilies Party $45,000 in 2017-2018. @ewarren's daughter Amelia is chairwoman of Demos. Despite this, she is currently not listed on Demos website (but it still shows up on Google).— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
Credit to @CANCEL_SAM https://t.co/AfzUmfKLFa
And the WFP won’t release the tallies on how they voted for Warren:
The Working Families Party endorsement of Warren is, not surprisingly, irritating some Sanders supporters. Warren’s 60.9% win combined two totals: A vote by WFP leaders, and an online member vote. Each of those counted for 50% of total but WFP won’t release the separate tallies.— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) September 16, 2019
FWIW, in 2015, WFP released the results of the online membership survey: 87% for Sanders. https://t.co/e4xA3llVfL— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) September 16, 2019
I talked to WFP’s national director Maurice Mitchell earlier, and he made clear that the group won’t release separate vote totals. "For there to be one true vote, and to maintain the nature of secret ballot, all of that went into the back end."— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) September 16, 2019
This does look bad:
If the son of @BernieSanders was the head of a lemonade stand and that lemonade stand donated to @WorkingFamiliesParty and then WFP endorsed Bernie....— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
1) MSNBC would switch from #RussiaGate to #BernieGate
2) Washington Post would write 125 negative Bernie stories in 16 hours
Warren’s campaign treasurer is also on the board of Demos:
Lastly, and maybe the MOST troubling...Warren's campaign treasurer is STILL on the board of @Demos_Org---who donated $45K to @WorkingFamilies. This also was not disclosed by WFP. THIS STINKS TO THE HIGH HEAVENS. https://t.co/L5vjN4nJaK— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
More on the potential scandal here:
A source of mine familiar with Working Families Party's inner dynamics told me at the time of the @ewarren endorsement that they were "broke" and expect more money to come into it as a result of Warren endorsement. In light of this news, it goes without saying....— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
1) @WorkingFamilies should've disclosed this at time of its endorsement for Warren— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
2) WFP should immediately release their MEMBERSHIP tallies for how their membership voted bw @ewarren and @BernieSanders (which they did in 2016)
The last time the Wayback Machine shows a snapshot of Warren’s daughter Amelia listed on the Demos Board of Trustees page was May of this year. pic.twitter.com/itUywpzJYQ— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
I'd say $45K to @WorkingFamilies from Demos isn't exactly game-changing...six figure checks are. But source familiar with WFP tells me the Demos $$ to WFP was a "signal" that there's more where that came from if WFP were to endorse Warren.— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
It should also be noted---WFP itself was pushing the @BernieSanders supporters are sending harassing tweets and are "racist" after the @ewarren endorsement....without providing much evidence of such. This of course doesn't mean there wasn't isolated examples of volatile tweets— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
But WFP was itself pushing this with media outlets---an odd thing to do publicly if you genuinely respect and appreciate @BernieSanders (as they said they do) and consider him to be your second choice. This was right out of @HillaryClinton and David Brock's playbook— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019
.@Demos_Org made $229,523 in grants for 2017-2018. The $45,000 in grants to @WorkingFamilies makes up 20% of their overall grants. That’s a fairly significant amount for a donation-based organization. pic.twitter.com/uK2WEKJd6E— Jordan (@JordanChariton) September 24, 2019