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Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Why Elizabeth Warren is ashamed of Elizabeth Warren

Forget that whole being an Indian thing. Today Elizabeth Warren is the poor teacher who was shown the door by the principal when he found out she was (dare I say the word in mixed company?) regnant-pay.

Of course, both are lies.

Her whole political career is built on lies.

The latest one concerns her leaving teaching to be a stay-at-home mom for her daughter who was born on September 2, 1971. Although Warren lacked teaching credentials, she was granted a waiver. She was offered a second-year contract in April 1971 but resigned two months later because of her pregnancy.

That's a pretty wholesome story and she went with it in a 2007 interview at the University of California, Berkeley, which was 5 years before she sought public office.

She said, "I worked in a public school system with the children with disabilities. I did that for a year … I went back to graduate school and took a couple of courses in education and said, ‘I don’t think this is going to work out for me.’ I was pregnant with my first baby, so I had a baby and stayed home for a couple of years."

That is a relateable story. She made a decision most young married moms would make. Have a kid, take a step back financially, and enjoy motherhood.

But a dozen years later, Warren decided to become a victim of a mean old principal. She didn't resign. She was "shown the door" as if in 1971 Riverdale, New Jersey, were run by 17th century Puritans who branded pregnant women with a big P.

Caught in her lie by the Washington Free Beacon, Warren told CBS News, "All I know is I was 22 years old, I was six months pregnant, and the job that I had been promised for the next year was going to someone else. The principal said they were going to hire someone else for my job."

We know why she lies. She gets away with it. Lies made her a multi-millionaire and got her a sweet gig at Harvard law school. Not only did Harvard pay her $400,000 a year to teach a couple classes, but she had time to write books, and more importantly, cash in on outside work as a "$675-an-hour corporate lawyer," as the Washington Times called it.

The Washington Times reported in February 28, 2019, "The Cajun Electric Power Cooperative filed for bankruptcy in the 1990s, creating a juicy target for companies eager to snatch up its operations, including the coal-burning Big Cajun plant with its massive carbon footprint near Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

"One eager suitor was Southwestern Electric Power Co., which went to court trying to halt its sale to a competitor. Among the white-shoe lawyers representing Southwestern Power was then-Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren.

"To hear Ms. Warren explain it years later, she was a white knight swooping in to save Cajun and protect local Louisiana jobs.

"That is almost exactly the opposite of what she was doing, said another lawyer involved in the proceedings. He said it was just another high-powered corporate vulture picking over Cajun’s carcass."

Her version seems true. By all accounts she knows bankruptcy law well. The cooperative was struggling. The bigger utility took it over and saved those jobs.

Like much of her real story, there are compelling moments that are negated by her constant and steady stream of lies. For example, she lied about the Harvard because they already met their quota of white women professors. They wanted a female person of color. Other qualifications did not matter.

If she turned her lie around and came out against the affirmative action that discriminates against whites and Asian-Americans, she would be a heroine.

Instead she is just another lying socialist.

Howie Carr is the Boston talk radio star who has chronicled her rise to the merriment of readers of the Boston Herald.

His latest Warren piece ended, "This is a woman who lifts haute-cuisine French recipes from a New York Times chef and claims they came from her Cherokee ancestors. (Cold crab omelet – a favorite of noted sachems the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Noel Coward.)

"Funny, isn’t it, how the two Democrat front-runners have both reinvented their life stories, the difference being, Joe Biden reimagines himself as a Walter Mitty-esque hero, and Liz Warren paints herself as a complete victim.

"And they both want to be the next Great White Father. From George Washington, who couldn’t tell a lie, to Elizabeth Warren, who couldn’t tell the truth, to Joe Biden, who can’t tell the difference."

The problem with the pathological liar is not the lie but the pathology. Her lies reveal a self-loathing that will make a Warren presidency a miserable time for one and all.

Meanwhile, President Donald John Trump tells the truth and every sane American is having the time of his life. Jobs are plentiful, wages are up, and troops are coming home. Enjoy!

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