"Washington Post Deliberately Buried Its Own Elizabeth Warren Bombshell
The far-left Washington Post did its best to deliberately bury its own bombshell report damaging to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
Despite having its hands on a major scoop, the Washington Post did everything humanly possible to downplay the story.
To begin with, the Post dropped the story at 7 p.m. Tuesday night, when everyone was prepping for President Trump’s State of the Union address, which was just two hours away. If you want to ensure a story gets lost in the noise, there is no better time.
Worse still, the Post also buried its bombshell under a headline that has nothing to do with the discovery of the Texas Bar registration card. The headline reads: “Elizabeth Warren apologizes for calling herself Native American.”
The first mention of this explosive document is eight — eight! — paragraphs into the story. No matter how big your browser window is, you have to scroll for it."
Warren had about as much chance as an ice cube lasting on the sun of winning before her idiot DNA announcement. Then the New Year's Eve debacle. Now this. Naturally, this means she'll win the nomination!
And my God - the WaPo makes Pravda during the Soviet Union days look legit.
And for the best laugh of the day in a day filled with them....
"RNC Requests Texas Bar ‘Discipline’ Warren Over Registering as an ‘American Indian’
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel filed a complaint asking that the Texas state bar discipline Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) for "lying" on her registration in 1986 when she said her race was "American Indian."
"Attorney Warren should be disciplined for lying and failing to correct a misrepresentation she made on her Texas Bar registration card," McDaniel wrote.
McDaniel reproduced sections of the Texas Disciplinary Rules Of Professional Conduct to emphasize her claim. These rules state that an applicant to the bar shall not "knowingly make a false statement of material fact" or "fail to correct a misapprehension known by the person to have arisen in the matter, or knowingly fail to respond to a lawful demand for information from an admission, reinstatement, or disciplinary authority."
McDaniel also cited sections of the rules regarding "good moral character":
Good moral character is a functional assessment of character and fitness of a prospective lawyer. The purpose of requiring an Applicant to possess present good moral character is to exclude from the practice of law those persons possessing character traits that are likely to result in injury to future clients, in the obstruction of the administration of justice, or in a violation of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. These character traits usually involve either dishonesty or lack of trustworthiness in carrying out responsibilities.
According to McDaniel, since Warren has not corrected her statement to the state of Texas explaining that she is not a Native American, she "should be disciplined for her three decades of untruthfulness." -------------------------------