What’s another $1.3 million, when you’re a rich Democrat white woman faking Indian heritage?
$1.3 mil will buy a lot of fire water for the tribe! I wonder if the rest of the reservation knows that Liz has been holding out on them?
We learn from the Washington Free Beacon that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) who has argued against President Trump about his financial dealings has failed to disclose a $1.3 million line of credit provided to her by Bank of America.
Warren argued that financial disclosures are needed to ‘reveal potentially damaging information that may undermine fitness to serve’ and that nominees with ‘complex financial histories’ need to be ‘forthcoming and transparent.’ Warren, meanwhile, continues to skirt congressional ethics laws by failing to include a $1.3 million line of credit against her Cambridge, Massachusetts, home on financial disclosure forms.
Yet again, we find out that another Leftist is wearing period panties when it comes to her own dirty laundry. Ironically the woman who gets paid over $400,000 to teach one class, at a university where she claimed “Native American” status is worth millions.
Way to check that “minority” box, then claim to fight for “your people.”
Guess the university application didn’t have a checkbox for “Rich White Leftist Hypocrite?”
As CNN reported back in 2015,
Warren, the Harvard bankruptcy law professor elected to the Senate in 2012, is worth between $3.7 million and $10 million.
That’s not including the three-story Victorian home in Cambridge, Mass., that she owns with her husband and fellow Harvard law professor, Bruce Mann. It’s now assessed at $1.9 million, according to city property records.
While she’s not in the uppermost wealth echelon of Congress, she’s not doing too badly either. Roll Call recently ranked her the 76th wealthiest out of 541 senators and representatives, based on her minimum net worth in 2013.
Her average net worth of $8.75 million, including her home, secures her a spot the Top 1% bracket in terms of wealth.
Not bad money for a woman who’s now living the life of a rock star at the expense of some impoverished squaw.
The champion of the common people, reeks of hypocrisy on the fake heritage alone. However, the hypocrisy with her aggressive criticism of Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) only adds to the drama.
At Price’s confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee on January 18 to become Secretary of Health and Human Services, Warren grilled Price over the purchase of $2,700 in the stock of one company by the manager of his stock portfolio.
“I’m just asking: Did you buy the stock, and then did you introduce a bill that would be helpful to the companies you just bought stock in?” she asked Price at the hearing.
“The stock was bought by a direct… by a broker who was making those decisions. I wasn’t making those decisions.”
Warren: So, let’s just be clear. This is not just a stock broker — someone you pay to handle the paperwork. This is someone who buys stock at your direction. This is someone who buys and sells the stock you want them buy and sell.
Price: Not true.
Warren: So, when you found out that…
Price: It’s not true Senator.
Warren: What? Because you decide not to tell them? Wink, wink. Nod, nod. And we’re all just supposed to believe that?
Price: It’s what members of this committee. It’s the manner in which members of this committee . . .
Warren: I’m not one of them.
Interesting that Price’s oversight of $2,700 was such a major deal for Senator Fraud. However, her oversight of a $1.3 million line of credit was no big deal?
Apparently not everybody believes Warren as she appears to have a crack in her foundation.
Colin Reed, executive director of American Rising, a Republican Super PAC, highlighted Warren’s political vulnerabilities in an op-ed at the Boston Herald on Friday.
“It’s quickly becoming the winter of her discontent for U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren. No matter which direction she looks, she faces political headaches,” Reed wrote.
“From the right, a fresh barrage of stories broke this week about the mysterious $1.3 million line of credit on her Cambridge home, a development first reported by the Boston Herald in 2015. For two years in a row, Warren failed to list it on the financial disclosure form all senators complete each year,” he continued, adding:
The purpose of the line of credit remains murky, and Warren’s staff claims she is not required by law to report it. But that hasn’t stopped the Massachusetts Democrat from hypocritically demanding the highest levels of ethics from President Trump’s Cabinet appointees. Writing in The Washington Post last week, Warren declared, “It is critical that each nominee follows basic ethics rules to ensure that they will act for the benefit of all the American people.”
Warren may not be as crooked as Hillary Clinton, but she’s not too far off.