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Curt Schilling Rips Elizabeth Warren — ‘She Represents Everything We Hate About Politics’ (VIDEO)

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Curt Schilling went right at Elizabeth Warren during a Monday interview on The Larry O’Connor Show.

O’Connor first asked the former Red Sox Pitcher if there is a “disconnect” between the “typical” Boston sports fans — “you know they are blue collared guys, they are union guys, they probably lean to the right” — and Warren’s politics.

Curt Schilling (Getty Images)

Curt Schilling (Getty Images)

“Yes absolutely,” Schilling responded. “I’ve said it repeatedly. As I talk about potentially running for Senate and running against ‘Lieawatha,’ I’ve talked about the fact that the population in this state does not match the politics.”

“I just want to be clear, when you mention Hiawatha you mean Senator Elizabeth Warren, do you not?” O’Connor clarified.

“I actually said ‘Lieawatha,’” Schilling repeated. “No, I’m kidding. I’m kidding, obviously, but yeah.”

Curt Schilling (Getty Images)

Curt Schilling (Getty Images)

“This is a blue collar state,” he continued. “When you look at the coast of Boston and the fishing industry and you look at the towns and the cities, this is a blue collar state.”

“There is no way that the fishermen on Cape Cod are Elizabeth Warren fans. She represents everything we hate about politics.”

You can listen to the entire interview below.

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  • Matt

    I don’t know yet if Schilling is the answer, but there is a very strong movement building to oust Warren and I am all bout that. She’s everything I dislike about Hillary, Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters all rolled into one hate-filled “pussy hat”. She’s simply no good for the state of Massachusetts or it s fine people. Her phony yelling and fist shaking… I’ve seen enough. That’s not how problems are solved. I look at her and my inner voice says, “Uh-oh, someone’s off her meds.” She’s just… nope.

  • Ken Jacobs

    How are problems solved?

  • Carboneria

    So it looks like you simply hate all female voices in politics? I don’t know you…I’m sure your family likes you and you’re probably a decent person. But maybe, just maybe, consider rounding out your hate a bit. I’m sure there are others you could direct your hate at, right?! Feel free to sling it at me if need be. But, seriously, your posting screams “I hate women who are smart and have gained power in politics.”

  • B. Roy

    I did’t hear Matt say he hates women who are smart and have political power. He very specifically said she (Warren) is everything he dislikes about Hillary, Nancy, and Maxine. I feel the same way. I cringe every time I hear the hypocrisy, hyperbole, ad hysteria coming from their mouths and that has NOTHING to do with the fact that they are women. I’m a woman, too. It’s not where they are that we dislike; it’s what they say. For me it’s not because they are women, but in spite of the fact that they are women. Using a dead woman to call Jeff Sessions a racist, planning and longing for the impeachment of a President less than 1 month after he takes office, and countless other ridiculous statements from all of them is demoralizing to me. I’d rather we had some powerful female political figures who truly cared more about the state of our union than their political base

  • Matt

    My “hate”? Really? I used the word “dislike”. I have great admiration for smart women who have gained power in politics, or in any field for that matter. I DISLIKE women who have gained power in politics who are not smart.

    Hillary is smart, I’ll give her that, but she is extremely dishonest. This I dislike very much. Nancy, Maxine and Elizabeth, so not smart AND dishonest.

    It’s very noble of you to suggest I “sling hate” your way, but I don’t even know you and hate, toward another human being, is an emotion I’m not sure I’ve ever felt.

    Notice also that I did not rubber stamp Schilling because of his gender.

    What if I were a woman? Would you still judge my comment the way you did? Just curious. Peace and God’s blessings to you though.

  • Matt

    Milk and cookies and a warm blankey, of course.

  • Ken Jacobs

    This is very late in coming (I honestly just saw it), but HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Well played, sir.