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    Elizabeth Warren has raised $24 million, but still is not Cherokee

    Elizabeth Warren has raised $24 million, but still is not Cherokee

    Sympathetic reporters in the MSM are practically giddy that Elizabeth Warren’s Cherokee problem has not hurt her fundraising.

    Warren’s Second Quarter haul of $8.6 million brings her total fundraising to over $24 million.  In June, as Warren’s obfuscation on the Cherokee issue was in full throttle and as she ducked a group of Cherokee women who wanted to meet with her, liberals threw $3.1 million her way.

    Ironically, or perhaps predictably, Warren’s spending at a prodigious rate, so she “only” has $13.5 million left in the bank.

    Did anyone expect the fact that Warren has been deceptive on her claim to be Cherokee to stop Hollywood, Emily’s List, or the titans of high tech and even Wall Street from donating very big dollars to her?  Or to stop the legion of small-time liberals around the country from throwing her a few bucks?

    As pointed out here before, Warren is the number one organized progressive cause this November, above even Obama.  They are all in, and they will not let niceties about the Cherokees get in the way.

    As of this moment, there is zero evidence that Warren is Cherokee, and substantial evidence that Warren is not despite having passed herself off as Native American for professional purposes at critical times in her career.

    We can’t make liberal supporters of Warren listen to their own supposed consciences, but we can get the truth out there.

    And there is more truth to come.


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    TrooperJohnSmith | July 9, 2012 at 9:42 pm

    Big Wall Street and corporate donors giving to Democrats is like preemptive protection money.

    Owego | July 9, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    “…more truth to come.”?

    C’mon, Professor, out with it.

    Owego | July 9, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    Moreover, her Cherokee problem is neither a big problem, nor a small problem, it’s a character problem that she hasn’t managed to come to grips with. Democrat or Republican, she doesn’t belong in Congress. If nothing else, the 2010 and 2012 general elections are about ridding ourselves and our various governments of this very sort of person.

    stevewhitemd | July 9, 2012 at 10:45 pm

    Remember, the Left feels as if it owes Prof. Warren. She had long championed a “consumer protection agency”, and such a board was constituted under the Dodd-Frank bill. She was supposed to head it, but Republicans in the Senate showed a little courage (for once) and made clear that they would filibuster her. So Obama had to go with someone else.

    Prof. Warren therefore was owed. Big time. She’s been supporting the party core and the core had to take care of her. What to do, what to do…

    …yeah, a Senate seat. That would show those Rethuglican bastards. She’d sit among them.

    And as I said before, it’s a twofer, in that they get the ‘Kennedy’ seat back from the hated Scott Brown.

    So yes, all the proper thinkers will be donating to get Warren past Senator Brown. It might work, too, given the points of commenter MaDr above.

    Some conservatives might not like Mr. Brown. I say to them, you’ll positively hate Ms. Warren. Get your wallets out and give. I have.

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