Did she really go there? At Tuesday night’s Democratic debate in South Carolina, Elizabeth Warren must have been having vapors when she brought up her completely debunked fake life experience of being fired for being pregnant.
I’ll admit I was fading off to sleep when Warren brought up being fired as a teacher, reciting the same stump speech she has given for months (see video below). Wow! No shame! I recognized the cadence of her practiced lies because she has uttered them so often even though they have been proven untrue. Warren apparently thinks no one is paying attention.
I wrote about this pregnancy hoax back in October in a column titled “Elizabeth Warren’s house of lies is finally collapsing.”
Here’s part of that column that talks about Warren’s lie about being fired because she was pregnant:
I suppose if Warren weren’t such a good actress, we might have stopped to question the premise. Heck, in a profession dominated by women, what principal could staff his or her school if they were firing women for getting pregnant?
But, hey, Warren is so convincing that no one ever bothered to question her story, recounted by the Washington Free Press thusly:
Warren’s claim that she was dismissed after her first year of teaching because she was pregnant has become a cornerstone of her stump speeches. She has used it to both explain her jump from teaching into the legal world as well as to showcase the difficulties that women face in the workplace. The principal of the school she worked at in the early 1970s, Warren has said, “showed [her] the door” at the end of the school year because she was “visibly pregnant.”
Umm, no. Not exactly. Not even close! The Free Beacon went to Riverdale, NJ, and obtained the minutes of the Riverdale Board of Education from the early 1970s. Here’s what they found:
Toward the end of Warren’s first year on the job, in April 1971, the board approved her contract for the following school year, the meeting minutes show. Two months later, the meeting minutes indicate that Warren had tendered her resignation.
“The resignation of Mrs. Elizabeth Warren, speech correctionist effective June 30, 1971 was accepted with regret,” the June 16, 1971, minutes say.
This is priceless. One can only hope that Warren will have to accept “with regret” the verdict of the American people that she is just not that likable after all. Then she can get back to rehearsing for her one-woman show called “Why Isn’t Elizabeth Warren President?” Bring two hankies. It’s gonna be a tearjerker.
Well, watching Elizabeth Warren lie with a straight face was an entertaining moment in the Democratic debate, but there was much more to this food fight, which I will relate in my next post!
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