Perhaps the craziest conspiracy theory we've heard yet from the Left, Warren told her audience at the "She the People Presidential Forum" in Houston, Texas, that the reason "women of color" die more often, specifically during pregnancy, than white women do is because of "structural racism" – and that only she possesses the wherewithal to "tackle this crisis head on," if elected president.
"There is a specific problem ... for women of color who are three, four times more likely to die in childbirth," Warren stated, pulling this ballpark figure out of presumably nowhere.
"And here's the thing, even after we do the adjustments for income, for education, this is true across the board. This is true for well-educated African-American women, for wealthy African-American women, and the best studies that I'm seeing put it down to just one thing, prejudice," she added, failing to actually reveal these "best studies" to her listeners.
According to Warren, the problem is also that American doctors and nurses, whom she implies are all white, lack the ability to "hear" African-American women's medical issues "the same way that they hear the same things from white women."
In other words, medical professionals working in America are somehow unable to translate the words that are coming out of black women's mouths, simply because of the color of their skin.
As to how she plans to "tackle" this alleged problem of doctors and nurses apparently not having working eardrums whenever they're in the same examination room with black women, Warren says she wants the government to remove funding from their places of employment as a punishment.
Hospitals that effectively reduce the mortality rate of black women during childbirth will be given "bonuses," Warren promises. But those that don't are "going to have money taken away from them" – meaning other patients, including white women, will thus receive lesser care in order to generate "equality" for black women.
"I want to see the hospitals see it as their responsibility to address this problem head-on and make it a first priority," Warren bellowed, believing such nonsense to actually be a laudable idea that will somehow resonate with average Americans simply trying to make ends meet.
"The best way to do that is to use the money to make it happen because we've got to have change, and we've got to have change now," she added, fully satisfied with her virtue signaling drivel.
What Warren doesn't see as a priority, however, is getting to the bottom of her questionable ancestry and family tree, including the revelation that her great-great-great grandfather was a member of a militia group that rounded up Cherokee Indians from their homes and separated them from their families.
Besides lying about being a Native American, Warren has thus far failed to explain why her ancestors separated families of color, putting them at an economic and social disadvantage – you know, the very same type of "structural racism" that she's now falsely accusing medical professionals of perpetuating.
Warren also lied about being a "minority" in order to gain acceptance to prestigious American universities, further setting her actual minority counterparts at an academic disadvantage. Does part of Warren's medical "reparations" plan, if elected president, thus also include depriving herself and her family members of money in order to level that playing field?
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