Warren Staffer Breaks Rank, Slams Extremist LGBTQ Groups And Pronouns

(PoliticalLookout.com) – Once considered a moderate Democratic candidate for president, Elizabeth Warren has slowly become one of the most progressive. Only recently, Warren announced that she would only appoint an Education Secretary that had been personally signed off by a trans youth.

She has also suggested that prison inmates should be kept in cells according to their gender identity, meaning men who identify as women should be held in women’s wings, and so on.

Now, one of her campaign staffers is breaking rank and calling her out on her radical shift towards placating left-wing extremists.

In a video published on Monday, a Warren field organizer from Iowa said:

“At the end of the day if we’re gonna prioritize pronouns over making sure people have a decent standard of living, that’s wrong.”

The video of campaigner Angel Alicea was released by Project Veritas, a conservative organization run by James O’Keefe which records Democrats undercover to expose corruption and lies.

Alicea went on to say:

“When you come from where I come from, no one gives a f*** about godd*mn pronoun. They want to know how you’re gonna create a job.”

In the video, Alicea admitted that she had been attacked in the past, by other campaigners, for not signing up to the radical LGBTQ and pronoun agenda.

In the video, she continued:

“I’m like here for the pronoun thing, but I feel like I shouldn’t have to say ‘he/him/his’…Like, shouldn’t it just be implied?…Like I’ve been called out for saying something like that, but this is why we lose elections because we’re zeroing in on sh*t like that.”

The comments are bound to cause further alienation for Alicea among campaign staff. Warren has increased her support for the LGBTQ community throughout her campaign, to the point that, as Alicea notes, policies that impact the lives of most people seem to have taken a backseat. Warren has suggested that half of her cabinet, as President, would include gender nonbinary people and women. The move would be similar to one made by Justin Trudeau during his first time as Canadian Prime Minister, where he created a diverse cabinet that focused primarily on gender identity and race, rather than the abilities of the people he had hired.