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No, Warren Did Not Say She Won’t Run for President in 2020

It is being widely reported that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said Sunday that she will not be a candidate for president in 2020.

But that is not what she said. Warren is both a lawyer and a politician, so you have to listen very carefully to how she phrases things.

“I am not running for president in 2020,” is what she said. Notice, that’s a present tense sentence. Of course, she is not running right now for president. That doesn’t rule out that she won’t eventually run for president, and her interviewer, CNN’s Jim Acosta, should have noticed this and nailed her down as to whether she WILL run for president.

You may remember Bill Clinton’s statement that there “is” no relationship with Monica Lewinsky. At that moment, there indeed was not, because he’d been caught. When men get caught with their mistresses, they either get divorced or there “is” no relationship anymore. Bill, of course, may have had a lamp or two thrown his way, but he did not get divorced.

Warren’s problem is that she is up for reelection this year. So she IS running for Senate. The kiss of death in a reelection campaign is to say you’re going to try for another post once you get reelected.

In fact, Warren has made moves suggesting she will run for president, including donating money to all 50 state Democratic parties.

She also says in the interview that her mother was “part Native American.” Instead of asking how much part Native American, Acosta tried to set her up to complain about President Trump. Referring to Trump calling her Pocahontas, Acosta asked, “Doesn’t that bother you?”

In fact, there is no proof Warren has any Native American blood in her at all. Warren earlier in her career listed herself as a minority but denies she did it to get jobs. She refused to take a DNA test might disprove her claim of Native American heritage.

There is, however, some evidence a cousin of hers edited a Native American cookbook called “Pow Wow Chow.”

10 Responses to No, Warren Did Not Say She Won’t Run for President in 2020

  1. The entry form asked “What are you?”. She could have x-ed White American, but adding Native American might give her an edge in hiring. Seems it did.
    Barack Obama had a Black father, a White mother – he identified as Black-period, not bi-racial to give himself an edge. Did it ever.
    All she has to do is admit she might be wrong, but she was proud to be part of the Cherokee tribe, no matter how small her part.
    I guess it’s too hard to admit one is wrong or mistaken in today’s political scene.
    Of course, today’s society says you are what you claim to be, no matter what DNA proves.

  2. Lying on legal credentials should be grounds for having her license to practice law reviewed by the state board. It could lead to disbarment, although due to her being a Senator, I doubt that it would, but for an ordinary person, it would probably be cause for review at the least.
    I think she notified officials at law schools at Univ. of Penn. and also Harvard that she had Native American heritage.
    There is no question that minority issues in educational institutions are of interest to the legal community, and such cases have been heard at the Supreme Court even.

  3. Fortunately, whether or not “Pocahontas” runs is wholly and completely irrelevant, as she does not, nor would she ever, stand any chance whatsoever at winning. So do yourself a favor and just accept the fact that your libtarded, snowflake society is on it’s way out, permanently… at least for the next few decades.