Elizabeth Warren is what like Michael Jordan is to basketball except for one thing.
Michael Jordan was actually good at basketball, Warren can’t lie to save her life.
The lies that Elizabeth Warren tells aren’t the simple type like telling someone that the cake you had for dessert was really good when in actuality it was as dry as a cement brick. She tells the type of lies dedicated towards the purpose of gaining an advantage over people unfairly.
She’s like if you loaned someone money to pay their gas bill and then two days later you see them at a restaurant paying thirty bucks for a steak.
She has been building her entire political career on these type of lies and now she expects people to trust her with the safety and security of the entire country.
Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign isn’t off to a good start … and she only has herself to blame.
The liberal Massachusetts senator confirmed that she was running for the White House not long ago, but has tripped herself up with a series of awkward moves.
Warren was recently mocked for a live Instagram video in which she appeared stiff and unnatural in her own home, using stilted language like “I’m gonna get me a beer” and ungracefully drinking it on camera. The video was criticized as seeming artificial or pandering.
But Warren has even bigger image problems than simply looking awkward while drinking a beer.
Thanks in part to teasing from President Donald Trump, she has been inseparably linked to her past claims of having Native American ancestry — a bizarre claim which has been criticized by many, including tribal experts.
Warren just can’t seem to get away from the “Fauxcahontas” problem. In December, she launched what can only be called a publicity stunt by taking a DNA test to “prove” her native connections. That scheme backfired almost immediately.
“The plan was straightforward: After years of being challenged by President Trump and others about a decades-old claim of Native American ancestry, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts would take a DNA test to prove her stated family origins in the Cherokee and Delaware tribes,” explained The New York Times in December.
To her chagrin, the oh-so-important DNA test actually seemed to prove the opposite of her claims. While it showed she does have a tiny fraction of native genetics — as little as 1/1024, to be exact — this is actually a lower fraction than even what many “average” Americans possess, making Warren’s claims of tribal heritage look ridiculous.