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Video || Trump Makes Warren “Pocahontas” Crack at Native American Event

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18 Responses to Video || Trump Makes Warren “Pocahontas” Crack at Native American Event

  1. Someone should tell her that we all know she lied about her heritage and is a big phony.
    Shame on her.
    Where do the Dems find these people – the ones who make us cringe with their crazy ideas and are so wrong most of the time?
    “you didn’t build that” is something that will always be hers alone – right up there at #2 on the list of insults from Dems. #1 insult came from Hillary and her deplorable comment.

    • You raise, of course, a critical question: “Where do the Dems find these people – the ones who make us cringe with their crazy ideas and are so wrong most of the time?”

      My theory: (worth about 10 cents ;+}). Politics has always attracted a strange lot (not all, of course, but too many). We read the ancient historians and chroniclers, –Herodotus, Ampelius, Plutarch–the list is long– and we see the same sort of political characters we see today in Congress and elsewhere int he world. Greedy, power hungry, ambitious, corrupt to the core, not particularly bright or virtuous, self- satisfied, disconnected from the will of the people. Many politicians are burdened with deep neurotic needs to be liked, applauded, admired. They’ve learned to smile, lie and hide their crimes and various forms of craziness and create a public image of “We are your friends and allies. We are here for you. We have only your interests in mind.”

      It’s a very old story, and part of the human condition, no doubt. It will never change. We have to be constantly on the alert for their crazed behavior and guard ourselves as best we can.

  2. Yeah, well…when civility is so dead that churches put “We have armed security” on their marquees–I’ve seen it firsthand–then a few jabs at Chief Spouting Bull’s gaming of the diversity racket is small potatoes (if well deserved).

  3. I think liberals feel they can choose what heritage they are, kinda like how they feel about choosing sex…

    Why should biology or heritage be so restrictive?

  4. I would love for Warren to run for President. I would pay good money to see her have to shake Trump’s hand at a debate. It would be worth every penny. As for her shutting up, just do it already and save us all the headache of hearing you speak. Such a phony.

  5. And let’s not forget this re Warren’s claim to be a member of the Cherokee Nation:

    “Cherokees Demand Truth from Elizabeth Warren is a group of authentic Cherokees and descendants devoted to sharing the truth about our history. Our mission is to help people understand what a real Cherokee is and to show why Elizabeth Warren claiming to be Cherokee without proof is harmful and offensive to us.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2012/05/hundreds-of-cherokees-form-new-group-to-challenge-elizabeth-warren/

  6. I can tell you what Trump was thinking. He looked at those two gentlemen, American heroes, and thought, “Here are some real Indians. Real Americans who served their nation. I like them better than our plastic princess with all her racial identity posturing.”

    And I agree. And I think he should call her Pocohontus forever. I myself call her “Fakeohontus.”