It’s really unfortunate for Elizabeth Warren that this staffer payroll report came out on ‘Equal Pay Day’

It’s all in the timing…

An analysis by The Washington Free Beacon showed that women employed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren “were paid just 71 cents for every dollar paid to men during the 2016 fiscal year.”

It didn’t help the progressive social justice warrior much that this damning data was shared on Equal Pay Day, a day set aside to celebrate the Equal Pay Act becoming law in the United States — President John F. Kennedy signed it into law on June 10, 1963.

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The study shows that gender pay gap in the Democratic lawmaker’s office is “nearly 10 percent wider than the national average.”

An embarrassing showing, no doubt, and while Warren actually referenced a “day of embarrassment” at this time last year on Twitter, this year she is surprisingly quiet.

Social media users were not nearly as quiet, excoriating “Fauxcohntas” for her rank hypocrisy.

Here’s a sampling of results from Twitter:

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