Fauxcahontas Rides Again

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I would so love to see Elizabeth Warren running against Trump in 2020.  It would be the worst mismatch since Godzilla v.  Bambi.

Advisers close to Ms. Warren say she has privately expressed concern that she may have damaged her relationships to Native American groups and her own standing with progressive activists, particularly those who are racial minorities. Several outside advisers are even more worried: They say they believe a plan should be made to repair that damage, possibly including a strong statement of apology…

Three people close to senior members of Ms. Warren’s team, who were granted anonymity to speak freely on the issue, said they were “shocked” and “rattled” by the senator’s decision to take the DNA test, which they described as an unequivocal misstep that could have lasting consequences, even on 2020 staffing. One former adviser, who also asked not to be named, called it a “strategic failure” that was “depressing and unforgettable.”

In interviews, several progressives wondered if Ms. Warren’s decision to take the DNA test was indicative of a larger problem for several prospective presidential candidates: that their inner circles of advisers don’t reflect the racial diversity of the Democratic electorate.

Go here to read the rest.  Warren has taken a nothing burger controversy and transformed it into a devastating political tomahawk against herself.  She has the worst political instincts since Gary Hart challenged reporters to follow him around while he was having an affair.  Political ineptitude of this caliber almost rises to an art form.  She would do well to recall this wise old saying, that is as Indian as she is:  when you are in a deep hole, stop digging deeper.

 

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  1. The gravest public health crisis afflicting the US is not the NRA/gun violence or toxic masculinity, or gender fascism. It’s the fell absence of a vaccine for stupid.

    We didn’t need more evidence that America suffers under the likely-worst political class in History. “Likely-worst” because we have surrendered to it effective unlimited power over nearly every aspect of our lives.

  2. Chief to Sen. Warren when she asked him about her new Indian name; “Why do you ask, Dog rolling in crap?”

    For goodness sakes, take her peyote away. Please!

  3. Elizabeth Warren will never admit it, but it really wasn’t her misstep to take a DNA test and announce the null results, but it was the spot-on laser focus of a guided missile named Donald Trump that exposed Warren’s blatant lie and her essential hypocrisy, and then to fearlessly drill away at it, day after day after day.

    Every other opposition candidate avoided challenging her on the fundamental lie that is Elizabeth Warren.

    And then came Donald Trump.

  4. This massive, national dose of steaming BS is an exposition of the left’s hypocrisy, stupidity, and utter lack of self-awareness.

    Imagine, if you will, a “World” where (mostly) white-people are excoriated for the major mortal sin of “cultural appropriation,” while major-league, left-wing nut job Warren gets a “pass” for lying about “protected class” status of a professional crypto-Cherokee.

    Go Figure.

    In conclusion, any thing spewing out of the vast left-wing conspiracy has a one-in-1,024 probability of being factual.

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