The Boston Globe Requested That Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren Release Their Tax Returns For The Last Six Years.
Scott Brown Released All Six Years, While Warren Refused, Only Providing Four.
Although Scott Brown Released More Tax Returns Than Warren, Warren Hypocritically Insisted He Release Even More Even While Rejecting Calls For Her To Do The Same.
After It Came To Light That Warren Worked For Powerful Corporate Interests Against Victims Of Asbestos Poisoning, She Refused To Provide Any More Information About Other Controversial Cases On Which She May Have Worked.
Warren Also Refused To Say How Much She Had Earned For Her Outside Work In Other Cases.
Warren Refused To Disclose How Much She Spent On Salaries, Travel Expenses, Meals And Consultants As Head Of The Congressional Oversight Panel, Which Was Established Expressly To Enhance Transparency.
Warren Joined Two Other Members Of The Congressional Oversight Committee To Shut Down Attempts To Draft A Budget And Release Transcripts Of The Panel’s Weekly Meetings.
Warren’s Campaign Attempted To Mislead Reporters About How Much She Had Been Paid For Her Work On The Congressional Oversight Panel.
After Warren Got Caught Falsely Advertising Herself As A Minority To Prospective Employers, Warren Refused To Release Her University Personnel Files To Prove She Did Not Get Preferential Treatment Based On Her Falsehoods.
By Contrast, Scott Brown Released 32-Years Of His Personnel Records From The National Guard.
Warren is a filthy <insert your favorite word regarding the worlds oldest proffession>