Liz Warren is in a state of confusion

Is the fake Indian from the state of Massachusetts, or a state of confusion?

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is lucky the debates are over, because she’s been exposed as terminally confused about one subject after another – either befuddled or totally ignorant.

For instance, at the Ch. 5 debate the other night, she was asked about the recent ethics complaint that has been filed against her for fundraising before the Supreme Court confirmation vote on Brett Kavanaugh.

Even though the story has been all over the Internet, the fake Indian claimed that she knew nothing about any filings with the Senate Ethics Committee.

“Ah, ah actually, I do not know –“

Oh, the complaint has been filed, Lieawatha. You’re not supposed to dangle a future vote out in front of potential contributors. It’s a bad look. Pay to play, it’s sometimes called.

“Then I will – I will check into it but I don’t know.”

This has been a recurring theme, checking into it, all the way back to her first run for the Senate in 2012. She gets called out on something and responds with that vacant, deer-in-the-headlights look like she had at the debate in Needham. She’ll have to get back to you on that one, after she checks into it….

In one of the debates this campaign, her opponent, Rep. Geoff Diehl, asked her about the great recession of 2008-09 at Harvard, and how she refused to take a pay cut, to save the jobs of lower-paid Harvard employees, or even to sign a petition to try to save their jobs.

“So look,” she said, “I have no idea what he’s talking about… about in 2009.”

In the first debate, she likewise had no idea what she was talking about when she mentioned the town of “Bern,” by which she apparently meant Bourne. But then, in 2012, she once mentioned her visit to “the west coast of Massachusetts.”

Confusion is the fake Indian’s stock in trade. She used to be a white woman before she became an Indian before she became a white woman. The confusion has now been cleared up – she’s “Okie down to her toes.”

Contributing to a Native American cookbook, she confused a French haute cuisine recipe from The New York Times – cold crab omelet – for a tribal recipe from her Indian ancestors, which as we now know she doesn’t have any of.

By the way, there’s another word for confusing someone else’s copyrighted material for your own – plagiarism.

On her 2014 income tax form, she got confused over how much of a deduction she should take for donating used clothes to charities. She put down $50,000 but that was an “entry error.” Confusing, no?

In 2012, she hadn’t paid her automobile excise tax in Cambridge until I called her on it. She must have gotten confused about whether she still owed any money to City Hall.

That same year, on MSNBC, a sycophantic interviewer asked her if she owned any stocks.

No, she said, only mutual funds.

I don’t know about you, but I’m confused.

She used to brag that she supplied the “intellectual foundations” of the Occupy movement, but then, when an interviewer asked her about it, she denied ever having said it. The videotape was produced, and the fake Indian had to admit that, uh, yeah, maybe she had said that. Confusing, huh?

She went to New Orleans and said the US justice system is “racist front to back,” but then, when called on it, said that she hadn’t called anyone a racist. Now she’s gone out to Ohio and this is what she told a crowd of Democrats:

“We’re in this fight because we have a criminal justice system that destroys lives and tears communities apart.”

Surely she meant to say it is “criminals,” rather than the “criminal justice system,” that are destroying lives and tearing communities apart. She must learn to enunciate more clearly, in order to minimize confusion that she leaves in her wake.

She’s appeared at at least one rally with Linda Sarsour, whom she confused with a mainstream activist, rather than a rabid anti-Semite. How bad is Linda Sarsour? Last year 100 Holocaust survivors signed a petition demanding that she not be allowed to speak at a New York university because of her strident activism against, among things, Israel.

Most significantly, the fake Indian seems confused about whether she’s running for the Senate, or president. Her opponent on Tuesday is Geoff Diehl, but it’s clear from the debates that she truly believes she is squaring off against Donald J. Trump.

As for the president, he has no confusion whatsoever about Elizabeth Warren. Which is why he calls her Pocahontas.

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