Elizabeth Warren Mocks Christians, Sings ‘Jesus Loves the Little Children’ to Justify Homosexual ‘Marriage’

During a recent CNN so-called LGBTQ town hall meeting on Thursday night, 2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren mocked Christians who hold to the Biblical definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, and broke out into a children’s Christian song about Jesus to defend her position in support of homosexuality.

Warren, the senior U.S. Senator from Massachusetts since 2013, and who is a top contender for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, was asked by Morgan Cox of the Human Rights Campaign what she would tell someone who approaches her on the campaign trail that believes marriage is between one man and one woman because of their faith.

“Well, I’m going to assume it’s a guy who said that and I’m going to say, “Then just marry one woman. I’m cool with that,” Warren responded. “Assuming you can find one,” she added.

The response drew much laughter and applause from the room, which was mostly filled with supporters of homosexuality and so-called transgenderism.

Warren was then asked by moderator Andrew Cuomo if her views were different at one time regarding same-sex “marriage” since she grew up in a conservative Republican home.

“You grew up conservative in a conservative household. You were Republican by party for many years. Was there ever a time that you felt differently about this issue, in particular, about same-sex marriage?” Cuomo asked.

“No, I don’t think so. I actually don’t remember it. I mean, it may have been the case. I don’t — you know, I don’t have notes from when I was a little kid. But I don’t,” Warren responded.

Warren then broke out into song as a part of her further response.

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“And that’s part of it. I mean, to me, it’s about what I learned in the church I grew up in. First song I ever remember singing is, ‘They are yellow, black, and white, they are precious in his sight, Jesus loves all the children of the world.’ And to me…”

“Can you sing it again?” Cuomo joked.

“You bet,” Warren said.

The following is a transcript of the full dialogue with Warren surrounding the topic:

QUESTION: Hi, Senator. Thank you for being here. Let’s say you’re on the campaign trail…

WARREN: I have been.

QUESTION: And you’re approached — you have been in, yes.

WARREN: Yeah. Uh-huh.

(LAUGHTER)

QUESTION: And a supporter approaches you and says, Senator, I’m old-fashioned and my faith teaches me that marriage is between one man and one woman. What is your response?

WARREN: Well, I’m going to assume it’s a guy who said that and I’m going to say, “Then just marry one woman. I’m cool with that.”

(LAUGHTER)

(APPLAUSE)

“Assuming you can find one.”

(APPLAUSE)

CUOMO: Let me ask you a follow on that.

WARREN: A follow-up? Joy kill. All right.

(LAUGHTER)

What’s your follow-up, Chris?

CUOMO: That’s the job. That’s the job.

WARREN: OK. Yeah, OK.

CUOMO: You grew up conservative in a conservative household. You were Republican by party for many years. Was there ever a time that you felt differently about this issue, in particular, about same-sex marriage?

WARREN: No, I don’t think so. I actually don’t remember it. I mean, it may have been the case. I don’t — you know, I don’t have notes from when I was a little kid. But I don’t.

And that’s part of it. I mean, to me, it’s about what I learned in the church I grew up in. First song I ever remember singing is, “They are yellow, black, and white, they are precious in his sight, Jesus loves all the children of the world.” And to me…

CUOMO: Can you sing it again?

WARREN: You bet.

(LAUGHTER)

You want to harmonize with me on this? But to me, that is the heart of it. That was the basis of the faith that I grew up in. And it truly is about the preciousness of each and every life. It is about the worth of every human being.

And that I saw this as a matter of faith and saw there were a lot of different people who do a lot of different things, who look different from each other, who sound different from each other, who form different kind of families. And I know that back in Oklahoma in those days, there weren’t many people who were out. But the way I grew up, it was just gradual.

It was the two ladies who lived together. And it was just a part of what we understood in the area that I grew up. And the hatefulness, frankly, always really shocked me, especially for people of faith, because I think the whole foundation is the worth of every single human being. And I get people may make decisions for themselves that are different than the decisions other people make, but, by golly, those are decisions about you. They are not decisions that tell other people what they can and cannot do.

At the same town hall, Beto O’Rourke, another contender for the Democratic nomination for president, stated that he would make it a “priority” of his administration to revoke the tax exempt status of Christian churches.

CNN’s Equality Town Hall was co-hosted with the Human Rights Campaign in Los Angeles.


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