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Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Media pretends Warren is an Indian

Elizabeth Warren finally gave up her false claim to being an Indian. More than 20 years after she lied about her lineage, she admitted last month, "I’m not a person of color. And I haven’t lived your life or experienced anything like the subtle prejudice, or more overt harm, that you may have experienced just because of the color of your skin."

Her admission of lying follows Barack Obama's admission in 2007 that he was not born in Kenya, as he had claimed for the previous 16 years.

Both of these Harvard Law School liars admitted the truth only because it got in the way of their presidential ambitions.

And both lies remain out there, repeated by the media despite the denials.

President Donald John Trump was asked last night if she think she will win. He replied, "Well, that I don't know. You’d have to ask her psychiatrist."

This generated news stories, and the news stories perpetuated the lie about Warren.

Owen Daugherty of The Hill wrote in his report, "In October, Warren announced the results of a DNA test that she said showed 'strong evidence' of Native American ancestry. The test results did little to stem the attacks from Trump and also opened Warren up to criticism from Native American groups.

Strong evidence? There is stronger evidence that I am a millionaire. I'm not.

Amanda Maile of ABC wrote President Trump "took a few shots at someone he has repeatedly referred to as Pocahontas in a mocking tone over her Native American heritage."

She has none. Many reporters have become Pocahontas Troofers.

But in its report on Trump's interview last night, the Daily Mail wrote, "Warren conceded this month that she is 'not a person of color,' following her embarrassing October release of DNA test data that concluded her proportion of American Indian blood might be as small as 1 part in 1,024 – lower than average European-Americans."

13 comments:

  1. "Strong evidence? There is stronger evidence that I am a millionaire. I'm not."

    Don, if you have $1,000, you are as much a millionaire as fauxcahontus is a Native American

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  2. Barack Obama's admission in 2007 that he was not born in Kenya, as he had claimed for the previous 16 years

    We know Zippy's a liar.

    So, was he lying when he said he born in Kenya or is he lying now?

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    1. Personally I think he lived as Barry Soretoro and an Indonesian citizen and
      exchange student.. but the kenyan thing is indeed curious...

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    2. Although I agree with you that its strange I had always felt Obama said he was from Kenya because it made a better story and it wasn't until he had a shot at the presidency that he dialed it back. It comes down to I don't think the Clinton's would have held back the info to torpedo his chances if he was in fact not a citizen. You can't convince me they are that noble or would ever put party before themselves. Just won't happen.

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    3. GK1, they dialed it back because they are all owned by the same people and HiLlARy was gifted the secretary of state and made millions by it.

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    4. What do we actually know about President Pinocchio except that he's a liar? Nothing. Zero. Zip. Nada. ничто.

      All his records are sealed and the only "birth certificate" he's ever released is a photoshopped fake. No Hawaiian hospital lays claim to be the place of his birth; there are only two possibilities but no evidence that either is true.

      There is no valid evidence to prove he's from anywhere, but lots of evidence showing he's a liar; he's a real life Manchurian Candidate who became President!

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  3. Warren has her career and life long pension. Rachel Dolezal got a few real in comparison.

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    1. Spot on comment - that is so true!

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  4. Obama also was not a black president. He has black in him but only a %. He is as much white as black. To me that was what made his whole presidency phony. He and his handlers used his lie about his race to gain power.

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    1. More white the maternal dna is alway the majority

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  5. Democrats are like a guy my late Dad described: "He would lie if the truth sounded better."

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  6. I don't think Barky's white DNA was much help to him. Or maybe as much as his muslim background.

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  7. 1/2024th percent of something is not "strong evidence" of anything. No more than if I took an eye dropper of lemonade and dropped it into an olympic size pool and called it a lemonade pool. Do they really think we are that stupid and can't understand percentages or proportions?

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