Another horrific school shooting, and another news cycle filled with the same old cliches. Is there a way out?
Jay Caruso of the Dallas Morning News stops liberal talking points with a simple two-word tweet
And Liz Fauxcahantas Warren is at it again, and Brian Kilmeade of Fox And Friends calls her out!
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Forget the cheap shots and the #Faucahontas jokes, and ask yourself: Why does Liz Warren keep lying?
Why, after the waste of way too many hours by genealogists and journalists proving that Elizabeth Warren has no Native American heritage — why does she keep telling the same lies?
Yesterday, in a last-second, surprise speech to the National Congress of American Indians, she repeated the bogus story yet again: “My mother’s family was part Native American. And my daddy’s parents were bitterly opposed to their relationship. So, in 1932, when Mother was 19 and Daddy had just turned 20, they eloped.”
Amazingly, except for the date nothing in that statement can withstand scrutiny. No, her mother’s family is not Native American. No, her grandparents were not the racists she claims they were, forcing their son to marry in secret. The wedding of Pauline Reed and Donald Herring (Warren’s parents) was conducted by a prominent Methodist minister (he helped found Southern Methodist University) and announced with great fanfare in the local paper.