Bad Week for Elizabeth Warren

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Elizabeth Warren: First Cherokee Nursing Mother to Take the New Jersey Bar Exam

I don’t know who had a worse week, President Obama or his pal running for the US Senate in Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren. I haven’t had time to cover the ongoing Warren Cherokee-nursing-mother-in-New-Jersey saga, but I’ve gotten a kick out of Prof. Jacobson’s coverage at Legal Insurrection. Here’s the latest.

There is something pathological in Elizabeth Warren’s refusal to acklowledge that she is not Native American.

When confronted with the fact that real Cherokees have traced her maternal lineage back to the great-great-great grandparent level and found no Native American ancestry, Warren ignores the facts and plays victim ….

The fake Cherokee narrative is just one of Warren’s many self-aggrandizing narratives. Warren claimed to be the first nursing mother to take the New Jersey Bar exam, another completely unverifiable claim. Yet as Jonathan Turley points out, it’s not only bizarre but also false, as another law school professor has told him from her own experience. (Read More)

She’s dug herself so deep into a hole she’s going to need a pretty long ladder to get out. Then there’s this from the Boston Herald.

Elizabeth Warren, who has railed against predatory banks and heartless foreclosures, took part in about a dozen Oklahoma real estate deals that netted her and her family hefty profits through maneuvers such as “flipping” properties, records show.

A Herald review has found that the Democratic U.S. Senate candidate rapidly bought and sold homes herself, loaned money at high interest rates to relatives and purchased foreclosed properties at bargain prices.

Land records from Warren’s native Oklahoma City show the Harvard professor was active in the often topsy-turvy real estate market in the 1990s… (Read More)

This woman crusades against the banks over the housing market and foreclosures, even after she profited quite handsomely from flipping foreclosed homes. What a complete hypocrite. Unfortunately, there are probably quite a few voters in Massachusetts who will vote for her anyway, since she has  “D” after her name. But Senator Scott Brown’s favorability ratings remain higher than Warren’s, so that is a good sign.