Wednesday, February 6, 2019

An Indian Stepped Up to the Bar . . .

By Way of the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 02.05.19, Power Line catches the WaPoo hiding Fauxcaunotas's earliest known attempt to portray herself as an American Indian for affirmative action: The Epic Fraud of Elizabeth Warren:
Elizabeth Warren has claimed that she never used her supposed native American heritage for professional advantage, though the circumstantial evidence suggests otherwise. Late this afternoon the Bezos Bulletin reported (though not until the 8th paragraph, with no hint of the key fact in the headline or the lede) that Warren did in fact claim to be “American Indian” in her own handwriting in her application to the Texas Bar in 1986:
This ought to finish Warren, but probably won’t. The next step ought to be a release of Harvard Law School’s records to see whether they relied on representations from Warren about her bogus native American heritage in her personnel file, and counted her as such for “diversity” purposes.
Howie Carr: Elizabeth Warren in big trouble now
She speak-um with forked tongue one time too many, and now The Washington Post, of all places, has scalped her. The smoke signals went out last night — as early as 1986 she was lying on a Texas bar application that she was “American Indian.”

Lieawatha admit-um she talk with forked tongue, only she use white-eye language, calling it “furthering confusion.”

No confusion anywhere. You are an utter fraud. Fake Indian, you will have many moons to reflect on your serial lies. Never will you be great white father.

Never live-um in white tee-pee. Heap big fraud since buffalo roam the plain, blue-eyed squaw lie about DNA, to make-um more wampum.
I'm going to give Liz the benefit of the doubt, and think even she might have believed the old family stories that there was a red man in woodpile somewhere, but to claim to be American Indian (note, not mixed Caucasian/American Indian) was misrepresenting herself from the moment she passed the bar, at a minimum.

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