Elizabeth Warren (aka Fauxcahontas) gave the keynote speech on the first night of the Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia. She spoke from behind the safety of a wall that you can see at the top of this post. The wall was hastily constructed after the minions got rowdy and rudely booed erstwhile DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz off the stage and out of the convention entirely, and after said minions also (threateningly?) chanted “lock her up” whenever Hillary Clinton’s name was mentioned.
A reminder: Hillary is supposed to be the DNC’s annointed one. Dare I say it?
The natives were restless, my friends.
Warren has made it a habit to lambaste Donald Trump over his proposal to actually finish the wall across our southern border that We the People have been promised for decades. Even so, Warren must believe that some walls are good, so long as they keep her from having to rub elbows with a stirred-up hoi polloi.
What hypocrites these Democrats are, as James O’Keefe found out, when he asked Democrats who support gun control to put their beliefs into action by posting signs outside their own homes stating that they are “gun free zones.” They demurred, as you might expect.
Do as I say, not as I do.
O’Keefe also learned that no few of these gun-control-advocating politicians own guns themselves. Does Elizabeth Warren own a gun or walk around, protected by armed guards?
Warren spent most of her speech throwing figurative tomahawks at Donald Trump. Personal attack after personal attack. (It must be hard, at this point, to find something good to say about Hillary Clinton, so all they can do is attack Donald Trump.)
After stating, falsely of course, that Trump’s only idea is to build a
stupid wall which will never get built,
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Warren, over and over again, attacked Trump’s wealth. Because he’s rich, then Trump must be evil–at least that’s what the likes of Warren want their politically naive minions to believe. Warren specifically alleged that Trump has
no plans to make anything great for anyone except rich guys like Donald Trump.
She sure does hate Donald Trump’s wealth, which, by the way, he earned after decades of hard work. How about Warren herself, though? Surely she’s not a “multi-millionaire” herself. Au contraire!
Senator Elizabeth Warren [says she] fights for middle- and working-class Americans. But she’s part of the Top 1%.
Warren, the Harvard bankruptcy law professor elected to the Senate in 2012, is worth between $3.7 million and $10 million.
That’s not including the three-story Victorian home in Cambridge, Mass., that she owns with her husband and fellow Harvard law professor, Bruce Mann. It’s now assessed at $1.9 million, according to city property records. …
Roll Call recently ranked her the 76th wealthiest out of 541 senators and representatives, based on her minimum net worth in 2013.
Her average net worth of $8.75 million, including her home, secures her a spot [in] the Top 1% bracket in terms of wealth.
Oh, my. One of the 1% against whom she rails!
Now there’s something you’re not likely to read very often in the mainstream media, especially not because (1) Warren is one of the chosen–she’s in line to be a presidential candidate at some point in the not-too-distant future–and (2) the mainstream media, as we now know, coordinates with the DNC in order to ensure that all stories, and even polls, are spun (or spiked or invented) to the advantage of (you guessed it!) the Democrats.
During her speech, Warren also spoke about her humble background. Warren comes from a long tradition of Democrats who invent or reinvent their life stories to suit whatever “narrative” they want
people suckers to believe (Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary and Bill Clinton, e.g.). This woman falsely claimed Native American ancestry to get a leg up at Harvard.
Very few people understand just how Warren claimed to be Native American, and why. The full version is summarized at ElizabethWarrenWiki.org, … The short version is that Warren never claimed Native American status until she was in her 30s, and climbing the law professor ladder.
In the 1980s, Warren listed her status as Native American when entering her biographical information in the national law professor directory that was used for hiring purposes by law schools. There was no internet then, and the paper directory was the source for information about prospective law professor hires. Entering herself as Native American landed Warren on a short list of “Minority Law Teachers” in the directory. … [Soon after Warren was hired], Harvard Law touted her Native American status.
Now, it appears, she also reinvented her father’s occupation. Last night she said,
The way I see it, I’m a janitor’s daughter who became a public school teacher, a professor, and a United States senator.
The way she sees it [that’s her out], she’s not only a Native American who deserved special treatment via affirmative action, but she’s also the daughter of a janitor.
Warren has, like Barack Obama, written (or had ghost written) a fabulous autobiography. All the future Democrat candidates-in-waiting must do so. Apparently, in her book, Warren decided to make her beginnings a little bit more humble. I didn’t know or suspect this until I heard her speak the other night, making the claim that she’s a “janitor’s daughter.” That activated my Spidey sense and I went looking for her real history. Fortunately, I stumbled upon well-documented research by a fellow blogger, who’s done a most-excellent job in debunking Warren’s tale:
The original post for today was about the conflicting information on Elizabeth Warren’s father’s occupation. She now says he was a janitor, but on his death certificate, she, the informant, listed his occupation as flight instructor. And the instructions were clear – “Give kind of work done during most of working life.” She listed “Flight Instructor” and employer as “US Army.”
So, now, are we supposed to believe that he really was a janitor, but that wasn’t good enough so Elizabeth Warren decided to list him as a flight instructor because that would portray him in a better light? …
It seems that very little Elizabeth Warren says about her family today matches the information found about them in primary records or other documents. Sometimes even the information she provided for those primary documents doesn’t match what she says today.
Apparently, unlike with Obama, the Democrats haven’t yet gotten around to scrubbing “primary records or other documents” concerning Warren’s background.
So, many thanks to Polly’s Granddaughter for writing the post, which contains documentary evidence, including Warren’s father’s obituary, which states that he was a flight instructor and a “self-employed business man.” Another article found by Polly’s Granddaughter revealed that Mr. Warren was a “self-taught pilot,” as well as a “traveling salesman,” who also worked in some capacity at Montgomery Ward.
Anyway, I had to laugh out loud when Warren said
There’s lots of wealth in America, but it isn’t trickling down to hard-working families like yours.
Does anyone here have a problem with that? Well, I do too.
People get it: the system is rigged.
The crowd didn’t cheer, but they did mumble quite a bit. The crowd was probably thinking about and reacting to a quite different rigged system: The rigged-against-Bernie-Sanders system that resulted in the coronation of Hillary Rodham Clinton as the Democrat nominee.
Bottom line: Elizabeth Warren is just another rich, phony Democrat elitist who pretends to care for the little people and who will say anything to get ahead and to amass power.
What position has Hillary promised to Warren in Clinton’s hoped-for administration? Surely it’s not just donors who will be rewarded for services rendered.
Remind me: Why is Rod Blagojevich in jail?