Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren is taking pandering to a whole ‘nother level. The 2020 presidential candidate is hoping that being photographed with her dog will make voters forget that she lied about being a Native American.
And now, Warren and the liberal media are being called out for shamelessly using her golden retriever to promote the “Elizabeth-Warren-is-likable” narrative.
Politico Slammed for Partisan ‘Puff Piece’
Specifically, Politico was mocked for doing a “puff piece,” where it admitted that Warren is counting on her dog Bailey to “help humanize her.”
GOP strategist Andrew Surabian quipped: “The top story on Politico right now is literally a puff piece on Elizabeth Warren’s dog, but please lecture me on how the media is equally as tough on Democrats as they are Republicans.”
The top story on Politico right now is literally a puff piece on Elizabeth Warren's dog, but please lecture me on how the media is equally as tough on Democrats as they are Republicans. 🙄 pic.twitter.com/EyHMYYLd3Z
— Andrew Surabian (@Surabees) March 3, 2019
Donald Trump Jr: ‘You Have Issues’
Donald Trump Jr. observed: “When you need to make a social media account for your dog to “humanize yourself,” you might have some issues.”
When you need to make a social media account for your dog to “humanize yourself” you might have some issues. https://t.co/6VZAb0OwxA
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 3, 2019
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There are about a zillion reasons why I love my sweetie Bruce, but I wanted to mention one: he’s always been my biggest supporter. When we got married, he gave up his teaching job in Connecticut to build a family with my kids and me in Houston. When I became a law professor at Harvard, he spent years traveling back and forth on weekends so we could make it work. And when it comes to taking on the big Wall Street banks and fighting for working people, Bruce has always thought that if I want people to listen, I should shout from the highest mountain I can find. Happy Valentine’s Day, Sweetie. I’m very lucky to have you by my side for all of life’s big adventures.
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Warren Hopes Canine ‘Halo Effect’ Will Help Her
Elizabeth Warren is hoping that being photographed with her dog will help her reap the “Halo Effect” that an adorable golden retriever would transfer onto her.
Like her pal — two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — Warren is seen as a lying, shilling, unlikable person. It’s a dramatic turnaround from 2016, when many Democrats wanted Warren to be their party’s nominee over Hillary.
But that all changed when President Trump nicknamed her “Pocahontas” and called her out for exaggerating her “Native American” background. Trump did that in response to Warren’s repeated race-baiting attacks on him.
The fallout was fast and furious.
RNC takes formal action against Elizabeth Warrens’ decades of deception, demands consequences from Texas Bar https://t.co/T2rRNOza8g
— Border Narcotics (@BorderNarcotics) February 7, 2019
Warren Exploited Affirmative Action Programs
On March 3, CNN host David Axelrod — a former Obama aide and Hillary superfan — asked Warren why she claimed she was “American Indian” on her 1986 Texas Bar registration card.
Axelrod: “Why did you in 1986 fill out on your…application ‘American Indian’? Because obviously, that’s a very small part of your lineage. So why did you do it?”
Warren had no defense: “Based on what I learned growing up, and the fact that I love my family, decades ago I sometimes identified as Native American.”
Axelrod added: “The universities kind of fudged and used you for their own purposes.”
Warren lied again: “It never had anything to do with my getting a job. Even so, I shouldn’t have done it. I’m not a person of color, I am not a citizen of a tribe…I think I have [learned from it].”
Harvard Bragged About Its ‘Native-American’ Hire
Thanks to her exploitation of her phony minority status, Warren — who graduated from Rutgers Law School — was hired as a professor at Harvard Law School, where she was listed as a “woman of color.”
In its promotional materials, Harvard repeatedly bragged about having the rare token Native American on its faculty. This is the holy grail of minorities because Native Americans are extremely underrepresented in both academia and the corporate world.
In October 2018, Warren claims she took a DNA test that showed that she “may be” 1/1,024 Native American — which makes her less Native American than many white Americans.
Immediately afterward, the left-wing Boston Globe and the New York Times trashed Warren’s laughable “DNA test” because it failed to prove her race claims.
For leftists who claim that the president’s rebuke of Senator Warren is racist, it bears noting that an actual descendant of Pocahontas is a Trump supporter.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) November 29, 2017
Thomas Begay — one of the Navajo code talkers honored by President Trump in November 2017 — was asked if he was offended by the “Pocahontas” joke. Begay said hell no.
“The Marines made us yell ‘Geronimo’ when we jumped out of planes, and that didn’t offend me either,” Begay laughed.
Just met Thomas Begay who was "puzzled" but not offended by Trump's Pocahontas quip: "The Marines made us yell 'Geronimo' when we jumped out of planes + that didn't offend me either." pic.twitter.com/6wOonggocE
— Joshua Green (@JoshuaGreen) November 28, 2017
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