Responding to a reporter, lack of self-awareness Democratic 2020 candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Sunday questioned whether Americans want to support a presidential candidate who doesn’t tell the truth.
With Warren’s well-known fabrication of a “Native American heritage,” among other repeated falsehoods, Republican strategist Luke Thompson predicted Warrens answer will “be used in ads” if she wins the nomination, the Daily Caller reported.
Meanwhile, the New York Times described Warren as “a gifted storyteller” in its dual endorsement Sunday of her and rival Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., for their party’s nomination.
Notably, Warren – dubbed “Fauxcahontas” by some critics and “Pocahontas” by President Trump – identified herself during her academic career as Native American before a DNA test revealed she could be as little as 1/1,024th Native American.
She also claimed she sent her children to public school even though her son attended a private school for a time.
And she was claimed she was fired as a schoolteacher in 1971 because she was “visibly pregnant” while school records show she resigned, the Washington Free Beacon found. Warren, nevertheless, repeated the claim over and over on the campaign trail, as documented in a montage on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show.
“She should be used to being called a liar,” said talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh on his Monday broadcast. “She lies about being an Indian. She lies about sending her kids to public school. She lies about how she got her first job. She lies about everything.”
Her Democratic rivals also have taken her to task for claiming her proposed programs totaling some $100 trillion, including Medicare for All, can be funded without raising taxes on the middle class.
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