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NH Voter to Elizabeth Warren: “I have concerns about your honesty” due to Native American claim

NH Voter to Elizabeth Warren: “I have concerns about your honesty” due to Native American claim

“How do you overcome the bridge with voters like me who like you, who like your plans, who like what you have to say but I have concerns about your honesty?”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-980v-2Ez1U

Elizabeth Warren’s Native American problem just won’t go away.

On the surface, Warren has put it behind her, having found a new campaign theme: “I have a plan for that.”

The rollout of seemingly endless (and expensive and repressive) plans was not how Warren started her campaign. It was a reaction to the near-death campaign experience after the DNA debacle.

But as I’ve pointed out many times, the Native American deception is baked into her public persona. She may be rising in the Democrat candidate pack, but she has that problem that won’t go away. The leftist activists may overlook it, but most people understand that Warren cheated in an attempt to get ahead.

Another data point. At a candidate town hall in New Hampshire, a voter who said she likes Warren’s plans, also said she had concerns about Warren’s honest. Fox News reports:

During a town hall event in New Hampshire broadcast Thursday, a woman asked Warren how she and others could trust her given her past claim about having Native American ancestry.

“How do you overcome the bridge with voters like me who like you, who like your plans, who like what you have to say but I have concerns about your honesty?” she asked.

The woman, Elizabeth Radecic, said that as a mother of two black children, she developed a better understanding for the reasoning behind affirmative action. Warren, according to her, had disrespected that reasoning by stating, earlier in her career, that she had Native American ancestry….

Warren responded to Radecic by claiming that she identified as a Native American because of things her family told her when she was younger. Citing an investigation by The Boston Globe, she claimed that her identification as Native American didn’t influence her academic career.

“Even so, I shouldn’t have done it,” she added. “I am not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe and I’ve apologized for any confusion over tribal sovereignty, tribal citizenship, and any harm caused by that.”

Warren’s talking points about family lore and never having gained an advantage are wrong, but she’s sticking to them. She’s not sorry, and her apology was tactical. This isn’t going away.

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She can’t answer the woman who had concerns about her honesty because she’s still lying by claiming that her self-proclaimed Native American heritage didn’t influence her academic career.

    stevewhitemd in reply to RNJD. | July 20, 2019 at 10:34 am

    It is a lie times two: on two occasions, her faculty appointment at Penn and her later faculty appointment at Harvard, her self-identification as a Cherokee helped get her over the top. Particularly at Harvard; there is not a chance in the world, given the climate and protests there at the time, that she would have been hired if she had identified as white. Harvard NEEDED to hire a person of color, and according to them, they did.

“How do you overcome the bridge with voters like me who like you, who like your plans, who like what you have to say but I have concerns about your honesty?”

She has to ask?

Liz looked very nervous in this exchange

At least she can say she didn’t sleep with her boss to get a District attorney job.

southern commenter | July 19, 2019 at 10:13 pm

Biotch

Behead the infidel. There is no truth in her, nor any capacity for truth. Lizard woman knows nothing about America, her only interest is in becoming a dictator and relegating the U.S. into a larger scale Venezuela.

Socialism is evil. Elizabeth Warren is even more petulant.

“How do you overcome the bridge with voters like me who like you, who like your plans, who like what you have to say but I have concerns about your honesty?”

Well, Warren answered the question—

Citing an investigation by The Boston Globe, she claimed that her identification as Native American didn’t influence her academic career.

Easy. She’ll keep lying.

Technically, she is a native [United States of] American.

Not Squad, but Squaw?

Lizzie Warren took an axe . . . and mindlessly solved healthcare, climate change and forty other wacky things with nary a dime of middle class tax increase. She mumbled something about an illegal wealth tax on the super rich.

Cheekbones must think that she, at age 70, can just shrug off a credibility ding like this the way Bill Clinton could in his mid-40s — despite the whole that-bell-can’t-be-unrung fact that almost thirty years have elapsed and the electorate has entirely different attitudes about character now.

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