CAMBRIDGE, MS— On Thursday, Elizabeth Warren gave moving words about the 120-car pile-up on Massachusetts’ Interstate 95.
“What we want on our freeways is safety, and thankfully, that’s what we’re witnessing. Frankly, this is an incredible act of love,” Warren softly said. “When vehicles began crashing into each other, and bodies started flying everywhere, I went and grabbed me a beer, and I watched the news footage with a sense of pride. With my leadership, we’ve made Massachusetts the national beacon of automotive safety.”
The ‘act of love,’ still weeks from being cleared up, has become a tourist attraction for feminists around the country.
Sitting in lawn chairs viewing the bloody pile-up, a lesbian couple from New Jersey commented, “We drove up to see the tremendous road safety up close. And it’s not just a visual act of love we’re enjoying. The screams also warm our hearts too.”
Update: Senator Warren became furious when first responders arrived and tried to preserve life. She screamed that trying to lift the 18-wheeler off the minivan of trapped school kids threatened the core of freedom and democracy.
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