Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren (MA-D) is at it again! And this time, she has chosen to ruin the reputation of her deceased professor, Eugene Smith, at whom she praised at his funeral. Now she is accusing him, posthumously, of telling jokes and making comments. Elizabeth cites:
“Yes, I have a ‘me, too’ story too,” Warren said. “I was a baby law professor and so excited to have my first real teaching job. And there was this senior faculty member who, you know, would tell dirty jokes and make comments about my appearance.”
And on her Facebook page she even wrote about it. Unclear what is more disturbing, that she is attacking someone who is dead and cannot defend himself from her accusations or her willingness to jump on the feminist bandwagon for political recognition.
With Elizabeth Warren, one thing is certain…she was confused about her ethnicity in college citing she was Native American Indian so she could catch a free ride and frankly, lied about it. In 2012, as reported by the Washington Post: “[Elizabeth Warren] checked the box. She had an opportunity, actually, to make a decision throughout her career. When she applied to Penn and Harvard, she checked the box claiming she was Native American, and, you know, clearly she’s not. — Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) – during televised debate with Democratic opponent Elizabeth Warren, Sept. 20, 2012″ Warren replied: “Scott Brown can continue attacking my family, but I’m going to keep fighting for yours.”
So in light of her accusation against Eugene Smith, it does beg the question- is she lying or exaggerating the truth of this incident for political gain? The professor has since passed away and her story, conveniently for her, cannot be corroborated by a living individual who was in the room.
The Boston Globe reported last week: “During the service after his death in 1997, Warren spoke fondly of law professor Eugene Smith and told the gathered mourners she was laughing as Smith chased her around his desk, according to a colleague’s memoir.”
A bit of a contradiction as is usually the case with Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren. Is there anyone she won’t throw under the bus? Drop a line below and let us know what you’re thinking.
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