Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) rallied a packed Cape Cod cafe Wednesday night, calling upon constituents to "get up and fight" big businesses, the Cape Cod Times reported.
"How do Fortune 500 companies pay zero in taxes while college loans go up to 6 percent?" Warren asked. "This game is rigged."
Warren told attendees at the local community development meeting that consumers must stand up against big businesses and "be there to fight."
She has also been vocal in speaking out against protecting "too big to fail" banks.
“It has been almost five years since the financial crisis, but the big banks are still too big to fail," Warren said in March. "That means they are subsidized by about $83 billion a year by American taxpayers and are still not being held fully accountable for breaking the law. Attorney General Holder’s testimony that the biggest banks are too-big-to-jail shows once again that it is past time to end too-big-to-fail."