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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 12:14 AM

WATCH: Liberal Studio Audience Laughs Uncomfortably As Daily Show Exposes Warren's Racial Hoax

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Guy Benson
Posted: Dec 01, 2017 4:55 PM

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Amid Elizabeth Warren's fake umbrage over Donald Trump needling her as "Pocahontas" (yes, the latest example was gratuitous and came in an inappropriate setting), new attention is being focused on the racial hoax she perpetrated for her own professional gain. That scrutiny, unsurprisingly, is not flattering for Warren, who cynically and baselessly claimed Native American heritage in order to parlay her career as a law professor into the Ivy League. She carried on the mythical charade until she secured tenure at Harvard. Well, a whole new audience was introduced to Warren's preposterous fraud this week when The Daily Show devoted some time to highlighting her feud with Trump. It didn't go well for her. The piece starts with some requisite Trump mockery, and a clip of Warren blasting Trump and vowing that she refuses to be silenced. Host Trevor Noah's liberal studio audience applauds her indignation. That's our gal! But then Noah examines why Trump ridicules Warren with that particular nickname, and things get awkward:



I'm a big fan of the "Pow Wow Chow" reference, which is an enormously funny story we detailed in End of Discussion, exposing how the Left gives Warren a pass for doing the exact opposite of "checking her privilege." Noah goes a little easy on Warren by suggesting that there's no direct proof that she used her invented ethnicity to advance her career, but the circumstantial evidence is extremely powerful, especially the bit where she stopped "checking the box" upon reaching the pinnacle of her professional track. Noah does allow that Warren's actions were "problematic" and that Trump is justified in highlighting what she did. This elicits groans and silence from the disappointed crowd. Noah concludes, "the truth isn't always something we want to hear."

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I'll leave you with the latest way Warren is profiting off of her disgraceful ethnic hoax:

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Zeke Miller‏Verified account @ZekeJMiller

Predictably Warren is out with a fundraising email on Trump's comments

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 02:01 AM

:popcorn:

I just wish Trump had been calling her FAUXcahontas this whole time, maybe the point would have been much clearer much earlier.

Also, interesting that Trevor Noah at the end of the video says that Trump, in his own way, is actually "woke" about this. Finally at least SOMEONE understands that he's not making "racial slurs", AND that there's actually some NUANCE to it. The person who is making light of Native American ancestry & culture is WARREN. Because, you know, HIGH CHEEKBONES. :rolleyes:
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Posted 02 December 2017 - 08:34 AM

I for one am sick of the "politically correct" misuse of the term "Native Americans".

If you are born here, then you are by proper definition a native American.

Period.

These people are Indians.

Even they were not originally from here either and they just settled here before us is all.
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Posted 02 December 2017 - 11:44 AM

Iím confused. Isnít that supposed to be a comedy show?

There was little to no humor in that segment at all.

Wonder why they went with it. Hmmmmmmm
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Posted 02 December 2017 - 01:09 PM

View PostRock N, on 02 December 2017 - 08:34 AM, said:

I for one am sick of the "politically correct" misuse of the term "Native Americans".

If you are born here, then you are by proper definition a native American.

Period.

These people are Indians.

Even they were not originally from here either and they just settled here before us is all.


Precisely, no one is from here.
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