With just a little humor and a twist of the knife, Trump put Senator Warren in a no-win situation.
Elizabeth Warren has been playing the victim card on Trump calling her a race-faker, and her self-righteous indignation has been on display for all to see.
Trump apologized to Pocahontas, aright. Just not the way Elizabeth Warren would have WANTED him to apologize.
While we’re talking about Elizabeth Warren:
…Warren has actual Native-American heritage (or whatever the latest PC term is now) and Trump owes her an apology for mocking her ‘high cheekbones’ quote…
… Warren IS the race-faker she’s called out for being and DESERVES all the contempt the Right has heaped upon her. Particularly on account of telling Harvard she was a minority, if she had no claim to be that.
Recent news has exposed Harvard’s practice of being influenced by the race of an applicant, at lest on admissions, and this lie — if indeed it is a lie — would make it entirely possible that she beat out a more qualified candidate by reason of lying about her ethnicity.
It was easy for her to just deflect, and accuse Trump of being mean.
But Trump just upped the stakes.
There’s a million dollars in charity on the line. Any charity she chooses!
If she’s passing up a million dollar contribution to a good charity (or at least one that’s friendly to her political leanings) suddenly not taking that DNA test isn’t merely the opposite of being accountable and transparent.
Suddenly…. it’s SELFISH not to take that test.
Why WOULDN’T she take that test so that a million dollars would go to charity? What is she hiding?
Your move Fauxcahontas. But from over here, it’s looking like:
If any single art piece could capture the wave that carried DJT to the White House, this is the one…
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“I love how Trump looks confident. He’s not weepy or angry. He’s winning and doing exactly what he promised, namely, Making America Great Again. I also really enjoyed painting Comey, Obama, Hillary, Pelosi, Debbie and Anderson Cooper getting sucked down the drain. This is one of the funniest paintings I have ever painted. I couldn’t be happier and I hope these prints adorn the walls of every Trump supporter. I’m so glad Brandon Vallorani commissioned me to paint this epic, hilarious, and patriotic masterpiece.” — Doug Giles
Where can you see this fine — and hilarious — portrait?
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