Tag: Liz Warren

Liz Warren continues to spread her vile anti-cop lies

This is truly despicable behavior. This is not a politician “fudging” the truth, or pandering. This is a power hungry politician deliberately lying and using the most hateful, divisive, and yes, dangerous rhetoric. 

He was “unarmed”. Yes, and he assaulted the officer who shot him, trying to take the officers gun. He was also 6′ 4″ and 300 pounds, and was charging at the officer when he was shot. What does noted liar Warren believe would have happened if Brown had not been shot? The officer had no option but to use deadly force. If Warren does not believe that then she should read the findings of the Obama Justice Department, which ruled the officer justified in shooting Brown.

But, Warren does not end her dangerous propaganda there. She then adds that Brown was an unarmed man, who was shot down in the middle of the street, and “left to die” by police? Talk about doubling down! AGAIN, she is ignoring every bit of actual evidence

 The Obama administration Justice Department released an 86-page investigative report concluding there was no credible evidence to discount Wilson’s story that he acted in self-defense.

Witnesses saw Brown punching Wilson inside of his police car when the officer stopped him after realizing he was a suspect in a store robbery. Physical evidence and eyewitness testimony supported Wilson’s account that Brown tried to take his gun and assaulted him inside his vehicle. Then, when he took off running, Wilson chased after him. Brown, ignoring instructions to stand down, charged at Wilson, and the officer fired multiple shots, killing him.

What is Warren looking to do spur more riots like that which followed the shooting in 2014? What price is she willing for others to pay so she might win the White House? She bemoans the president’s hateful rhetoric, then spews the venomous lies about law enforcement? And you know they are gratuitous lies when the mainstream media takes you to task.

“Harris and Warren have ignored the findings of the Justice Department to accuse Wilson of murder, even though the Justice Department found no credible evidence to support that claim,” Kessler wrote. “Instead, the Justice Department found that the popular narrative was wrong, according to witnesses deemed to be credible, some of whom testified reluctantly because of fear of reprisal. The department produced a comprehensive report to determine what happened, making the senators’ dismissal of it even more galling.”

What a truly despicable woman. Does she wants more attacks on police officers? More riots fueled by false narratives. What price is too high for the morally stunted Senator?

Noted Fake Indian Update! Liz Warren targets family businesses because TAXES!

Liz Warren, who is not just another poser, she is also an economic idiot

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is the latest presidential candidate to propose a massive increase in the death tax to finance government policies that have failed in the past. Warren’s Senate Bill 787, the “American Housing and Economic Mobility Act,” would resurrect several housing policies that many economists agree accelerated the housing crisis and compromised the financial future of thousands of American family business owners and their employees.

Warren’s goal is admirable in seeking to make it easier for Americans to rent or own homes, but the means she would use to achieve this end are many of the same policies that led to last decade’s housing crisis. Warren’s proposal would expand the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) by increasing the number of loans banks are required to extend to unqualified borrowers.

Do Marxists ever learn from history? Of course not. And how would this walking brain donor fund this debacle?

The bill summary available on Warren’s website lists roughly $500 billion in new spending financed by hiking the death tax to the highest levels in two decades. But according to a Tax Foundation analysis, a similar plan proposed by Sen. Bernie Sanders to hike the death tax would raise only $310 billion in ten years. To raise the revenue required to finance Warren’s long list of priorities, housing included, would almost certainly require raising taxes on the middle class.

But of course, more taxes, more taxes, more failed ideas. Good Freaking Grief