Heroic female woman senator silenced by male Republicans for pointing out that their nominee for Attorney-General has a history of racism and bigotry.
What the more accurate version of the story would be:
Far-Left Radical senator who lied about being a Native America to score an affirmative-action job in academia impugns the character of a fellow senator based on a 30-year-old smear launched by a deranged lunatic who thought Dan Rather was sending him coded messages through the Evening News. The Far Left Senator was then rebuked for violating Senate rules against impugning the motives of a fellow senator.
Yeah, the senate has that rule, but Democrats have lately sucked at following rules… and behaving with Civility.
This Liz Warren person seems to be a consummate left-wing con artist, whose gotten rich using social justice schemes and taking advantage of the same system she says is “rigged” to benefit the wealthy. In addition to plying her phony American Indian status into a $350,000 a year job teaching one class at Harvard, she also:
- Railed against capitalist exploiters buying foreclosed properties and flipping them for profit…. while buying foreclosed properties and flipping them for profit.
- Has a net worth of $14 Million while railing against “the rich” and lives in a home valued at $2 Million that to the best of my knowledge she is not sharing with any Syrian refugees or illegal immigrants.
- And, by the way, she timed her cunning stunt on the Senate floor to coincide with the release of her new book.
One of the great things about being a Democrat, I guess, is you never have to come up with an explanation that’s plausible to intelligent people. When Liz Warren was confronted about pretending to be a Native American, she responded, “Well, my grandpa had high cheekbones.” (Or when Hillary explained that she needed a private, secret email server because managing *two* separate smartphones for private and Government business was way too complicated to her.) Any intelligent person hears those explanation and says, “Oh, come on.” But the average Democrat voter is like, “Yup. That makes sense,” and then goes back to wondering if Perez Hilton is related to Paris Hilton.