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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Women make a lot less than men under Liz Warren

Leftists such as Elizabeth Warren always seem to think the rules never apply to them, but if you don't follow them, you're a: racist, sexist, Islamophobe, Nazi or white supremist. 

In Warren's case, if you don't agree with her, you're an 'Indian hater.'

But like most leftists, Warren is a hypocrite.

The gender pay gap in Warren's office is almost 10 percent wider than the entire national average. Women in Warren's office, therefore, will have to wait longer than most others in the U.S. to recognize Equal Pay Day.

Equal Pay Day was created in 1996 by the National Committee on Pay Equity and this year, it was celebrated in the U.S. on April 4th.  

This day was chosen by feminists because they say it marks how far into the year a woman must work in 2017 to earn what men did in 2016. Of course, like all things the feminists support, it's a flawed concept. 

The pay gap statistic where women make 82 percent comes from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and actually measures the median earnings of women and men in full-time wage and salary jobs. It does not take into account significant differences in the choices of jobs men and women may take, nor does it account for education, years of experience and hours worked. These variables obviously influence earnings.

But let's forget about those facts and look at the Warren situation.

Last year's figures showed that women earned 79.6 cents on the dollar that men earned.

But women working for Fauxcahontas were paid 71 cents to the men's dollar according to the Washington Free Beacon analysis.

The median annual earnings for women staffers was $52,750 which was over $20,000 less than the median for men ($73,750), according to the analysis of publicity available Senate data.

Therefore, the math says that the pay gap under Warren's female staff is about 31 percent (a little over $26,050).