Elizabeth Warren Demands A Minimum Wage Increase, Dan Crenshaw Teaches Her A Brief Lesson: “Good Econ Policy Is Clearly Working”

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Democrat Presidential candidates often avoid discussing issues with the economy in their campaign pitches since it’s tough finding any flaws to President Trump’s tremendous success in that area, as Americans have enjoyed the lowest unemployment rate in history and an overall increase in wages as a direct result of the Trump Administration’s policies.

Senator Elizabeth Warren, however, took moment on Sunday to complain about the status of the federal minimum wage, which has remained unchanged since 2009.

Warren tweeted the hashtag #TenYearChallenge along with the following comparison:

Federal Minimum Wage, 2009: $7.25
Federal Minimum Wage, 2019: $7.25

She then said, “It’s time to #RaiseTheWage.”

Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) issued some words of wisdom for Senator Warren upon seeing her tweet. See Below

“The lowest quintile of earner’s wages have grown FASTER than any other quintile over last 2 years (and it’s not even close),” Crenshaw replied to Warren.

“Why? Bc pro-growth policy puts upward pressure on wages, especially for low-income earners,” he said.

“Good econ policy is clearly working, your solutions won’t,” Crenshaw declared. See Below

Dan Crenshaw’s Official Tweet