The progressive darling said she hoped that Republicans would donate their bodies to science so she could cut them open.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) expressed her desire to have Republicans donate their bodies to science so she could “cut them open” at an event in Chicago on Saturday.
Discussing Republican efforts to pass health care reform, Warren said, “I hope they leave their bodies to science. I would like to cut them open.”
Warren motioned with her hand in a cutting movement down her torso and then gestured as if she was pulling out guts.
“Heart?” she appeared to mouth, as she performed her motions.
It’s not the first time Warren has gotten in trouble for inflammatory, even violent language. In 2010, Warren said that if she could not have a consumer protection agency, her “second choice is no agency at all and plenty of blood and teeth left on the floor.”
Warren also directed a violent message to the employees of Citibank on the Senate floor in 2014, saying that the Dodd-Frank legislation “should have broken you into pieces.”
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