One-Beer-Too-Many Elizabeth Warren actually inserts herself into bogus kids vs. native American vet story

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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren earned herself some mockery yet again this weekend when she fell hook, line and sinker for what appears to be a false left-wing media narrative.

“Omaha elder and Vietnam War veteran Nathan Phillips endured hateful taunts with dignity and strength, then urged us all to do better,” she tweeted Saturday evening.


She linked the tweet to a video produced by the radically far-left website Splinter News that attempted to portray known racial agitator Nathan Phillips as a victim.

Apparently, she didn’t get the memo, as noted by social media users:

They were correct.

Phillips jumped into the spotlight again Saturday afternoon — four years after he falsely accused several Easter Michigan University students of being racist — after he approached and harassed a group of Catholic school students on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

While it’s true the students mocked him, they reportedly did so in response to him approaching and bothering them. But because they were wearing “Make America Great Again” hats — meaning they’re supporters of America’s allegedly “white supremacist” president — the media has twisted everything that happened that afternoon and made Phillips out to be a giant victim.

Watch some video footage of the confrontation below:

That Warren would rush to the guilty party’s defense isn’t surprising. She also defended the woman who falsely accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, as well as the criminal aliens who “mov[e] weapons, drugs, and victims across our nation’s borders.”

What also isn’t surprising but is immensely funny to a host of social media users is that Warren — a woman who pretended to a Native American Indian for the vast majority of her life — rushing to the defense of a real Native American Indian, albeit a scummy one:

She only stopped pretending to be a Native American Indian when a DNA test proved she’s 1/1024th Native American, meaning in short that she’s a white woman.


According to Marcus Frejo, another Native American who witnessed the altercation Saturday, even though the students did briefly mock Phillips (in response to him hassling them), they also showed some love.

He told the Associated Press that as he joined Phillips to sing the anthem from the American Indian Movement, the students started singing along.

“They went from mocking us and laughing at us to singing with us. I heard it three times,” he said. “That spirit moved through us, that drum, and it slowly started to move through some of those youths.”

But don’t expect this to be reported by CNN. You likewise probably shouldn’t expect CNN or any other far-left network to report the death threats and DOXing threats these young students are receiving from virulent far-left activists, including deranged Hollywood actress Kathy Griffin:

It’s unclear if and when Warren plans to stick up for the students — they’re kids, after all — whom Griffin and her cohorts are now targeting for vengeance.


Vivek Saxena


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