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Elizabeth Warren would be the perfect running mate for crooked Hillary. While Elizabeth Warren was running around with her tomahawk, pretending to be an Indian and receiving what amounts to millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains, she was parlaying the money into even bigger dollars.

Here are a few transactions by the Fauxchahontas, as reported by the Boston Herald:

Land records from Warren’s native Oklahoma City show the Harvard professor was active in the often topsy-turvy real estate market in the 1990s, including:

• Purchasing a foreclosed home at 2725 West Wilshire Boulevard from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for $61,000 in June 1993, then selling it in December 1994 for $95,000 — a 56 percent mark-up in just 18 months.

• Buying a house at 200 NW 16th St. for $30,000 in August 1993, then flipping it for $145,000 — a 383 percent gain after just five months.

• Lending one of her brothers money at 9.5 percent interest to buy a home at 1425 Classen Drive for $35,000 in August 2000. He sold the place three months later for $38,500 — a 10 percent gain in 75 days.

• Providing her brother with financing to buy a $25,000 house at 4301 NW 16th St. in 1994. He sold the property four years later for $42,000, a 68 percent increase.

Warren’s stolen identity deprived some Native American of the ability to pull herself out of poverty. Further, the mother of all things impoverished didn’t look for ways to help the families who lost those homes, but instead enriched damn near her entire family.

It must be nice to have fake her way through life as an Indian in order to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars to loan to family members who were making money on other people’s misery.

And you can bet the Warren family knew exactly who was in the worst shape, when they profited on the poor.

Here the spin from Elizabeth Warren’s Senate campaign at the time,

Warren’s campaign issued a statement last night: “Elizabeth and (her husband) Bruce are fortunate to be in a position where they can help their family. They have been able to help relatives buy their homes and her nephew — a contractor — fix up houses.”

I can’t wait for Donald Trump to talk about this, and that little Indian problem of Liz’s.


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