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Senator Jeff Sessions has finally been confirmed as the United States Attorney General after grueling and exasperating confirmation hearings. And as an added bonus, Mitch McConnell told Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren to shut up and sit down. Okay, well that’s not exactly the way it happened. He kinda, sorta told her to sit down and shut up, but he did it with a little more finesse.

During the Senate floor debate, Warren, who is famous for her fabrication of being a Native American, decided to pick up with the story line that Senator Sessions was a racist. Ho hum! Here we go with that pesky old race card again. So, Warren whips out a letter by Coretta Scott King, wife of Martin Luther King Jr., and begins to read it. The letter, written in 1986, suggests that Sessions is a racist.

So, so and so! First of all, Coretta Scott King may be a nice woman, and maybe she isn’t. I don’t know, and I don’t care. And I most certainly have no respect for her opinion, especially when it comes to another garden variety accusation of racism. What are her credentials? Her blackness? The fact that her husband was assassinated? Or that her husband was a civil rights leader?

Thirty years ago an African-American woman writes a letter condemning Jeff Sessions, and today we are supposed to consider the ‘opinion’ of this woman, who has done nothing of relevance except be the wife of a legendary civil rights icon. Sorry, Pocahontas, but I don’t think so.

But what is relevant is that just 7 years ago, in 2009, the NAACP awarded Senator Jeff Sessions the Governmental Award of Excellence. Put that in your peace pipe and smoke it, Squaw Warren.

Senator Steve Daines, a Republican from Montana, was presiding over the Senate when Warren began reading King’s letter. Referring to Senate Rule 19, Daines repeatedly warned her that she was in violation of ethics. Rule 19 states that it is a violation to impute another senator’s character.

But being a Democrat and as Democrats always do, Warren assumed that Rule 19 did not apply to her. After bullying Senator Daines into letting her continue with her defamation of Sessions, Senator Mitch McConnell entered the discussion and reminded Warren that she was in violation of the rule and that she was to cease and sit down. End of discussion.

The senators then voted to uphold the ruling and blocked Warren from speaking for the remainder of the debate. Hallelujah! Watching the exchange was so refreshing. Senator Pocahontas thought she was going to ram her will through the senate debate. You can’t blame her for thinking she could do it. That’s what Democrats have done for years….bully, push, shove, and politically rape everyone who stands in their way. Unfortunately for the Indian Princess, things are now different in the hunting grounds of Washington D.C.

It takes a special kind of arrogance or stupidity for a person like Warren to call another person a racist. Considering that Warren took advantage of the Native Americans to advance her own career, I would counter her accusations against Session by alleging that she is the real racist.

This rising star within the Democrat Party has gained much attention on her phony claims to be of minority status…Cherokee to be exact. Warren self identified as Native American to the law schools where she was employed. She is listed in the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard registries as of minority status. When recognized at the schools, she has been referred to as a minority faculty member.

But is Warren really Native American? Well, it depends on the criteria for being a legitimate Native American. And in Warren’s case, she ain’t no Pocahontas. There are absolutely no documents to show that Warren has any Native American blood whatsoever. Her claims of having seen documents proving her assertion mean nothing. And like really, who would believe a Democrat, anyway?

After it was brought to public attention that Warren had floated this nonsense of her Native American heritage, searches were done to find legitimacy of her insistence that she is Cherokee, but to no avail. But Warren has her own proof. In her own words, “This is what my brothers and me were told by my mom and my dad, my mammaw and my papaw.” And let’s not forget that Elizabeth’s uncle had high cheek bones, and everybody knows high cheekbones mean, “You’re a Native American.” But sadly, for Elizabeth, she doesn’t have high cheek bones.

If Warren’s claims that her great-great-great grandmother was a Cherokee, then at the very most, Warren would only have 1/32 of Native American heritage, which is not enough for her to even be listed in a tribal registry. But Warren is on record as to writing and stating that she is so proud of her Native American heritage.

It is common knowledge that through Affirmative Action, minorities are given exceptional status in regards to jobs, government money, and benefits. And Elizabeth Warren let the lie stand on her college campuses that she was a Native American. She was entitled to minority status and perks.

So, I ask. Is it not racist to profit off of the backs of Native Americans, or any other minority for that matter? I don’t agree with Affirmative Action in the first place, but if we are going to have it, then it should be applied to the people for which it was intended…not opportunist Democrats who always climb the ladder of deception.

Pocahontas Warren is the real racist. She should have her political head on the chopping block, and she should be in “Heap big legal trouble.” She fraudulently presented herself to the American people as something that she was not. Regardless of what Mom, Dad, Mammaw, and Pappaw said, and in spite of dear old uncle’s high cheek bones, Elizabeth Warren is not a legitimate Native American. She’s a fake, a phony, and just another Democrat with a counterfeit background.

Warren is the racist, not Sessions. She took advantage of a minority class to advance her career. Thanks, Mitch McConnell for shutting her down, but next time she needs kicked off the senate reservation!


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