Will Elizabeth Warren’s Daughter Profit from her Healthcare Plan?

Elizabeth Warren has been somewhat coy about touting her Healthcare plan. It was only in the most recent DNC debates where she eluded that “Medicare-for-all” could be both “public and private.”  This goes against the mainstream Democrat Healthcare view of a “government-run” system. So why is Elizabeth Warren going against the “progressive” principles on this Healthcare issue?

Maybe because Elizabeth Warren’s healthcare plan could benefit her and her family? Elizabeth Warren’s daughter,  Amelia Warren Tyagi, was the founder of “HealthAllies,” a company that “offered health plans and consulting services (I.E. health insurance).” HealthAllies has since merged with United Health Group, which is the world’s largest provider of health insurance.

So, its no coincidence that Elizabeth Warren has been touting a public/private “Medicare-for-all” solution, for her daughter could potentially generously profit from such a Healthcare policy.

This is not the first time Elizabeth Warren has used her daughter to funnel funds. Warren purposely authored several (possibly grant funded) books incorporating daughter as a means to justify funds to herself and her daughter. This assumption can only be deduced from Elizabeth Warren’s very generous “grant-funded” supplemental income. Below is the list of the “grants” Elizabeth Warren has been granted throughout her career. Just imagine the math?

Competitive Grants

  • 2007 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Research Grant for Empirical Study,
    “Homeownership in a Time of Financial Peril”
  • 2006 American Association of Retired Persons, Research Grant for Empirical Study, “The Changing Demographics of Debt”
  • 2004 Kauffman Foundation, Research Grant for Empirical Study, “Entrepreneurial Financing and the Bankruptcy System”
  • 2004 Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr, “Chapter 11 Outcomes – A Critical Update”
  • 2004 American College of Bankruptcy, Research Grant for Empirical Study, “Expanding the View of Business Bankruptcy”
  • 2004 Annie E. Casey Foundation Research Grant for Empirical Study, “Growing Financial Risks Facing Families With Children”
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Research Grant for Empirical Study, “Medical
    Bankruptcy: A Study of Financially Catastrophic Illness”
  • 2001 Ford Foundation, Research Grant for Empirical Study, “Home Ownership and Financial Distress: The Interplay of Tax, Real Estate and Bankruptcy Law”
  • 1994-1998
    National Bankruptcy Conference, Research Grant for Empirical Study of Business
  • 1993-1998 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, Empirical Study of Business Bankruptcy
  • 1995 Scholar in Residence, Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Italy
  • 1995-1998
    Small Business Administration, Research Grant for Empirical Study on Small Business Failures
  • 1993 Moller Research Chair in Bankruptcy Law and Policy
  • 1992 Research Foundation, University of Pennsylvania
  • 1991 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, Empirical Study of Consumer Debtors
  • 1988 Public Policy Research Initiative, University of Pennsylvania
  • 1997 John M. Olin Foundation, Institute for Law and Economics, University of Pennsylvania
  • 1986 American Bar Foundation, Meyer Research Grant
  • 1986 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, HD #06160-15
  • 1984-1986
    National Science Foundation, Grant # SES 8310173 – Consumer Choices in
    Bankruptcy: Statutory Intentions and Statutory Consequences
  • 1985-1986 Texas Bar Foundation, Grant for Research on Bankruptcy Demographics
  • 1985 Policy Research Institute, Grant # 30-3239-4850
  • 1979 Research Initiation Grant, University of Houston
Source: Havard Law Resume

As much as Elizabeth Warren attempts to tout herself as a “woman of the People,” she’s nothing more than a soulless, self-serving college bureaucrat. This is the same woman who has been dubbed Pocahontas because of her unscrupulous claim to be a “native American” to progress her mediocre career. Warren is yet another progressive-charlatan who has made a living on gaming the academic, grant and public-funded systems.