This is a joke, right?
Elizabeth Warren, who refuses to accept any accountability for falsely claiming to be Native American, for trying to deceive the public about the extent to which she claimed Native American, minority and “woman of color” status for professional purposes, for exaggerating supposed “family lore” when the actual facts went against her, for having her campaign go Alinsky on Cherokee women who traveled to Boston to show her her own genealogy, for claiming contrary to the evidence that her own parents had to elope because her White father’s family would not accept her Native American mother, for falsely claimaing her Aunt Bee was Indian … and I could go on.
This Elizabeth Warren is the poster child for unaccountability, as her Hollywood, Emily’s List, and Move On friends couldn’t care less that she gamed the system during her career by falsely claiming a racial and ethnic status she did not deserve.
For this candidate of all the candidates running this year to run an ad call “Accountability” meets the definition.
Via NY Times:
Has Elizabeth Warren, the Democrat running for Senate in Massachusetts, taken a page from Senator Scott P. Brown’s playbook?
A new Warren television commercial out on Friday focuses less on the issues and more on her personal attributes — just like Mr. Brown’s commercials.
Mr. Brown’s ads have been notable for highlighting his personal qualities and showing him in local settings. In a series running now, various Democrats offer testimonials to his independence and to his being a “regular guy” who can be trusted.
Ms. Warren’s most recent ads have been somewhat generic, with Ms. Warren sitting in a room and talking about government investment in infrastructure and education.
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