No one expresses feigned outrage quite as well as Elizabeth Warren.

Warren, who assumed a false Native American identity for employment purposes while climbing the law professor ladder and explained it away by playing on ethnic stereotypes of Indians having high cheekbones, is upset.

Scott Brown said he suspected that some of the people in Warren’s ads justifying her representation of big insurance in asbestos litigation may be paid actors.

Brown has apologized for the speculation, but that does not satisfy the fake Indian, who is OUTRAGED and UPSET:

Republican Sen. Scott Brown is apologizing for suggesting Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren used paid actors in political ads defending her legal work in an asbestos lawsuit.

The Taunton Daily Gazette reported that Brown was asked how Warren got family members of asbestos victims to appear in her ads.

“A lot of them are paid,” Brown said during the event. “We hear that maybe they pay actors. Listen, you can get surrogates and go out and say your thing. We have regular people in our commercials. No one is paid. They are regular folks that reach out to us and say she is full of it.”

Warren immediately condemned the remarks.

“Scott Brown calling asbestos victims who have lost loved ones paid actors is a new low. Shameful,” Warren tweeted.

New low?

I’ll tell you what a”new low” looks like:

Someone who grossly exaggerated or made up supposed Cherokee family lore when caught during a Senate campaign having misrepresented herself to the law school community and the federal government as a minority and woman of color in order to give herself a hiring advantage knowing full well she was not entitled to that status, and who played upon negative stereotypes of Indians as having high cheekbones and Pow Wow Chows when confronted, all the while refusing to meet with or apologize to real Indians who wanted to meet with her to explain why her ethnic fraud was offensive.

Add in a history of representing big corporations for megabucks while preaching otherwise while practicing law without a license in the state in which she maintained her office,  while living a lavish lifestyle she concealed from the electorate all the while demonizing people for what she did herself, and you have the real new low.

There’s a term for such a person, assuming the current polling is accurate and holds up:  “The new Senator from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”