Elizabeth Warren Finished Before She Started
Daniel J. Flynn, The American Spectator
Elizabeth Warren announces her presidential candidacy in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on Saturday. Trips to New Hampshire and Iowa follow immediately thereafter. Already, before formally declaring her candidacy, she faces calls to drop out.
The paleface part of Elizabeth Warren once again inflicted indignities upon the Native American part of Elizabeth Warren. That .098 to 3 percentage of her DNA, seemingly suffering a Wounded Knee every few weeks at the hands of the 97 percent to 99.902 percent of her steeped in the forked-tongue white man’s ways, received unflattering coverage as the Washington Post reported this week that Warren called herself an “American Indian” when she filled out a card upon becoming a member of the Texas Bar Association in 1986.
“Warren filled out the card by hand and signed it,” the Post reports. “Dated April 1986, it is the first document to surface showing Warren making the claim in her own handwriting. Her office didn’t dispute its authenticity.”
The curious timing and placement of the information somewhat mitigated the effects of the bad publicity.