sunset from behind the wire

sunset from behind the wire

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Elizabeth Warren, Fake Indian


If Elizabeth Warren was actually an Indian, this would be her spirit animal (right). Since she's not an Indian, she's going to have to go it without the spirit animal to support her.

I don't intend to rehash all of Elizabeth Warren's representations about her lineage, dare I call them lies? Compared to the Barack Obama lies about his background, she's a piker.

The mainstream media paints her as virtuous. They wouldn't know virtue if it bit them on the nose, so yeah, given their standards, maybe she does have virtue in a progressive, collectivist, Stalinist sense of the word.

The real question is whether we want another pathological liar in the White House on the heels of eight miserable years with Barack Obama.
“Being Native American has been part of my story I guess since the day I was born,” said Warren, who never mentioned her Native American heritage on the campaign trail even as she detailed much of her personal history to voters in speeches, statements and a video. “These are my family stories, I have lived in a family that has talked about Native American and talked about tribes since I was a little girl.”
Elizabeth (Bad Bever) Warren
That discussion would tug at my heartstrings if it wasn't a complete fabrication.

Why did Elizabeth Warren tell everyone that she was a minority?
The Boston Globe* reported that Warren received recognition as a “minority” law professor while at U. Penn Law School: 
“The University of Pennsylvania, where Warren taught at the law school from 1987 through 1995, listed her as a minority in a “Minority Equity Report” posted on its website. The report, published in 2005, well after her departure, included her as the winner of a faculty award in 1994. Her name was highlighted in bold, the designation used for minorities in the report.” 
*    (Noah Bierman, Records shed more light on Elizabeth Warren’s minority status, The Boston Globe, May 10, 2012 - See more at: http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/elizabeth-warren-native-american-cherokee-controversy/#sthash.2T9M6S2t.dpuf)
The Harvard Women’s Law Journal included Warren on a list of Women of Color in Legal Academia.** It was the policy of the Law Journal to check with the persons on the list before they were listed.
**    (Michael Patrick Leahy, Exclusive: Elizabeth Warren Listed as 'Woman of Color' by Harvard Journal in 1993, Breitbart, May 25, 2012 - See more at: http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/elizabeth-warren-native-american-cherokee-controversy/#sthash.2T9M6S2t.dpuf)
Politico uncovered that in 1997 The Fordham Law Journal listed Warren as Harvard Law School’s first “woman of color” on the faculty***:
“There are few women of color who hold important positions in the academy, Fortune 500 companies, or other prominent fields or industries,” the piece says. “This is not inconsequential. Diversifying these arenas, in part by adding qualified women of color to their ranks, remains important for many reaons. For one, there are scant women of color as role models. In my three years at Stanford Law School, there were no professors who were women of color. Harvard Law School hired its first woman of color, Elizabeth Warren, in 1995.”"
***   (Maggie Haberman, Fordham piece called Warren Harvard Law's 'first woman of color', Politico, May 15, 2012 - See more at: http://elizabethwarrenwiki.org/elizabeth-warren-native-american-cherokee-controversy/#sthash.2T9M6S2t.dpuf)
What did having a fake Indonesian do for the country? We know that the millions of dollars that President Obama spent to seal his college records were spent to hide the fact that he enrolled as a foreign student.

Or maybe he was born in Indonesia? Who knows?

I don't think that Obama is a fake Muslim. That's one thing that he doesn't seem to be able to fake.




21 comments:

  1. Yeesh... It really is enough to make you wonder about whether ANYTHING they say is true...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It's just a bit Orwellian. I'm not a conspiracy theorist. The Progressive agenda calls for overlooking any lie or shenanigan that furthers their goals no matter how outrageous (enter Obama, Holder, Warren, etc.). It's not a conspiracy, it's right out there in the open. Sort of like Obama granting citizenship to 5 million illegal aliens by writing a memo, bypassing Congress. Nothing secret at all there, it's all in your face.

      The Benghazi cover up, the Fast and Furious cover up, the IRS targeting scandal and everything else has been ham fisted for professional Chicago thugs. Sure, that's conspiratorial, but most of the lies such as "You can keep your doctor" (hahaha) are right out there in the open and the public is too stupid (Gruber) to see it or care about it.

      Delete
  2. Surely you're not implying that Obama is... 12th Imam? Hiding in plain sight?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. When you consider how he is bending us over in front of Iran...you may be on to something. He clearly wants to see an Islamic bomb in the hands of the Shiites. But as you'll recall, he did pledge to stand with the Muslims against us if things got tight.

      My sense is that the 12th Imam would have better sense than to shackle himself to Michelle Obama (who may or may not be female).

      Delete
    2. You're right. The 12th Imam would have nothing to do do with Michelle. Maybe Barack is a forerunner?

      Delete
    3. It's an interesting theory. I wouldn't be surprised if Obama privately thought that he is the 12th Imam. If you read his book, Dreams of my Father where he discusses his messianic destiny, he feels that he is. Most Arabs are not impressed with American "Black Muslims"...I think that they are racially prejudiced.

      Delete
    4. Do you remember the phrase "Arab slavers"? Barack seems to have done. But maybe the 12th Imam's apostle transcends mere history.

      Delete
    5. Barack makes up his own history as he goes along, and the mainstream media feeds it from him to the generally ignorant voting public. They want to do the same thing with the fake Indian.

      Delete
  3. CUTE owl!

    That is the only thing nice that I can find to say.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I would have thought you'd say "Bless Elizabeth Warren's heart!". That's what I'm informed that Texas women say when they want you to take a leap from a tall bridge into deep, cold, swiftly flowing water, filled with gators.

      Delete
    2. True, with the right tone, that is exactly the meaning conveyed. But the version I use is much more sincere and dramatically empathetic. A different tone. So I can't even say that.
      What an ADORABLE owl, though!! really.

      Delete
    3. I don't love Warrens hooters (for the historical record)

      Delete
    4. Probably even Woodsterman isn't that equal opportunity...

      Delete
    5. You'd have to ask him, but my sense is that he'd rather chew glass than look at that rack.

      Delete
  4. No wonder my PhD committee hated me. I didn't lie and cheat my way through to fill some quota. And, I believe, Warren's spirit animal is a slug, not a cute (yet insane) owl.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. If you'd represented yourself as a minority transgender, they'd have made you the person of the year. You'd have leaped ahead of Warren and could be a senator now on the warpath to the Presidency.

      Delete
    2. Heaven forbid that my life had taken the path of a mere politician.

      Delete
    3. You'd have become wicked. It's almost inevitable.

      Delete

It's virtual - it's a mirage - it's life