After having spent some time in that bastion of leftwing lunacy known as Massachusetts, where nearly everyone gets paid under the table in order to avoid paying the taxes levied against them by the very ones they vote for, the antics seen coming from Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren comes as no surprise. The cause for my spending time in such a loony bin was because my duty station at the time which was just south of Boston. And if there really is a God there will never be a reason for me to return to a place so overflowing with the mentally challenged. Now it should come as no surprise that this hypocritical dingbat calls ‘The Bay State’ home, after all so did Teddy Kennedy as does John Kerry-Heinz.
And what we have here in the person of "Fauxcahontas", as she is fondly, or not so fondly, referred to by some in the conservative blogosphere due to her fictitious claim of Native American ancestry, is another Democrat who has shown herself to be a classic example of liberal hypocrisy as she blasted, among others, Republican nominee Donald Trump for having the nerve to buy homes for profit during the housing crisis. But a funny thing happened on the way to her soapbox, because as it turns out old ‘Goofy’, aka Pocahontas, did the exactly the same thing. And for years. According to a report by National Review (NR) Warren bought several homes -- including ones that had gone into foreclosure -- in order to "flip" them for a quick profit.
Of course this would not be problematic if she had not built her entire political career on vilifying people who've done exactly the same thing. NR points out, "She campaigned for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, intended to shield people from the predations of the mortgage and credit-card industries, among others." And adds, "In her 2006 book, All Your Worth, co-authored with her daughter, Amelia, Warren lists as a top myth the idea that 'you can make big money buying houses and flipping them quickly.'" Which is more than just a bit odd especially since that's precisely what she did for a number of years. And listed elow are but a few examples of Warren's home purchases:
“Nearly two years after Veo Vessels died, her daughter, 70-year-old Mary Frances Hickman, decided to sell the home her mother had left to her. A sprawling brick house in Oklahoma City’s historic Highland Park neighborhood, it was built in 1924, just a year after Mary’s birth. Decades later, one of Vessels’ great-grandchildren fondly recalls the wood and tile floors, the fish pond, the butler’s quarters, and the multi-car garage where children played house.
“It was really, really nice,” says Hickman’s granddaughter, Andrea Martin. That’s part of the reason she’s so surprised her grandmother sold the home in 1993 for a mere $30,000. Despite a debilitating stroke, Martin says Hickman remained sharp, and she had always been business-savvy. As an Avon saleswoman, she had at times ranked among the top ten in the country. “So I don’t know why,” Martin says.
“Maybe she just wanted out from underneath it, but to sell it for such a low number — I don’t know. Maybe she got bad advice, maybe she was just tired.” The home’s new owner: Elizabeth Warren, today a Massachusetts senator who has built a political career on denouncing the sort of banking titans and financial sophisticates who make a buck off the little guy.
Five months after purchasing Veo Vessels’ old home, Warren flipped the property, selling it for $115,000 more than she’d paid, according to Oklahoma County Property Assessor records. Warren rose to political prominence in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis as a crusader against big banks and a dispenser of common-sense economic advice. [...]
Warren bought two homes after they’d fallen into foreclosure. And though she spent money fixing up the Hickman home before selling it, records suggest she sold others at a significant profit without making any meaningful upgrades.”
The report indicates that Warren made more than $240,000 in profit flipping homes. For more details on each of Warren's home purchases, read the full report. So as we can once again plainly see, the ultimate form of political power in America is the power of hypocrisy, and those on the left are masters of this, and this alleged Indian is the latest, greatest version. She is also one of the more dangerous elected leftists in America, and since her lack of honesty doesn’t seem to be much an issue with her supporters, including those in the state-controlled media, that makes her that much more powerful. Because she’s essentially free to say, or do, anything she wishes, no matter how outrageous and no matter how dishonest.
I suppose it goes without saying that I find the lack of ethics regarding this women quite disturbing. Her claims of origin based on a family tale of 'high cheek bones' that enabled her to meet employment quotas, hiring quotas, business requirements should be considered as being deeply offensive to families of native Americans. Her playing while making a quarter of a million dollars during (in her words) the great recession by buying low and selling high, the private homes of unfortunate families, is just more evidence of what a corrupt woman she really is. She says one thing, yet lives another reality. I would not trust her as a friend, nor as a neighbor, why would anyone ever trust this liar with the reins of power?
"Do as I say, not as I do" is, always has been, and will likely continue to be for the foreseeable future, the mantra of those on the left. And it’s inside every liberal Democrat that there resides a liar waiting for just the right opportunity to demonstrate how little they are to be trusted. You see, Democrats are able to say, or do, whatever they want and are never be made to face any consequences. These people are nothing more than parasites who prey upon the misfortunes and hopelessness of minority groups. And all the while being able to convince their victims that it is only they who have their best interest at heart. And their victims continue to buy it, and sadly to their own detriment!
And if there is one common denominator, so to speak, among these unscrupulous scumbags, it’s that they are millionaires many times over. And like all those who are supporters of socialism, they lead lives that are much, much different than those whom they claim to represent? Just like all of those liberals who seem to take such great pleasure in running around screaming about ‘climate change’, while the same time flying everywhere in their private jets, owning numerous, and very huge, homes, big shiny yachts and their own personal fleet of cars. We know they don’t actually believe what they say, it’s just a way for them to get rich and to increase their control over the people. Because that’s what it’s always about.