Pocahontas: If I 'Had a Penis' I'd Be President

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Aug 14, 2022, 4:58:57 AM8/14/22
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I could mine the finest minerals,
Conferrin' with my generals,
A closet bolshevik;
The rubes would all respect me
In four years they'd reelect me
If I only had a dick.

I'd be more than just a token
Of misogyny unspoken,
The carrot and the stick;
I would dance and be merry
I'd be scrappy, I'd be scary,
If I only had a dick.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) would probably have won the 2020
Democratic primary—and presumably the general election as well—if
Democratic voters weren't a bunch of disgusting misogynists, the failed
candidate told an NBC News correspondent following her third-place finish
in the Iowa caucus.

"Everyone comes up to me and says, ‘I would vote for you, if you had a
penis,'" Warren vented to Ali Vitali, who recounts the previously
unreported conversation in her forthcoming book, Electable: Why America
Hasn't Put a Woman in the White House … Yet.

That is a rather stunning attack on the integrity of Democratic primary
voters, but it's not the first time a candidate has blamed sexist
Democrats for their failure to win an election. Hillary Clinton argued
that "misogyny and sexism" were "contributing factors" in her humiliating
defeat to Donald Trump. She has also claimed (without evidence) that
Russian hackers rigged the 2016 election.

Yet even Hillary, widely viewed as one of the most corrupt and dishonest
politicians of her generation, would never claim that "everyone" wanted to
vote for her but couldn't because she was a woman. Warren also has a long
history of distorting the truth for political gain. Most notably, she lied
about being Native American. (That's why many people still refer to her as
"Pocahontas.") Warren also claimed she was fired as a public school
teacher for being pregnant, a story contradicted by county records
obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

The excerpt from Vitali's book, published by POLITICO, also included a
quote that perfectly illustrated the mindset of Warren supporters. Vitali
recounts a pre-caucus event in Cedar Rapids where "a white man with
graying hair" walked up to the microphone and asked the following
question: "How do you convince white men—who aren't as smart as me—how do
you convince those white men over 50 that Elizabeth Warren's the
candidate?"

As it turns out, the Democrats who voted for Warren were overwhelmingly
white and members of the overeducated professional class who tend to view
themselves as morally and intellectually superior compared with the
unwashed masses. They loved Warren because she reminded them of themselves
and were "somewhat baffled" that most Democrats did not share their
affection for the former Harvard professor. She won just 5 percent of
black voters in the South Carolina primary, where she performed best among
"very liberal" voters aged 30-44 who never attend religious services.

Penis or not, Elizabeth Warren will never be president.

https://freebeacon.com/democrats/elizabeth-warren-penis-scandal/

Ubiquitous

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Aug 15, 2022, 8:59:24 AM8/15/22
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In article <XnsAEF314...@0.0.0.1>, zi...@reno.us wrote:

>Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) would probably have won the 2020
>Democratic primary—and presumably the general election as well—if
>Democratic voters weren't a bunch of disgusting misogynists, the failed
>candidate told an NBC News correspondent following her third-place finish
>in the Iowa caucus.
>
>"Everyone comes up to me and says, ‘I would vote for you, if you had a
>penis,'" Warren vented to Ali Vitali, who recounts the previously
>unreported conversation in her forthcoming book, Electable: Why America
>Hasn't Put a Woman in the White House … Yet.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) mocked Massachusetts Democratic senator and former
presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren after a new book claimed that
following her third-place finish in the 2020 Iowa Caucus, she complained,
“Everyone comes up to me and says, ‘I would vote for you, if you had a
penis.’”

NBC News correspondent Ali Vitali states in her new book, “Electable: Why
America Hasn’t Put a Woman in the White House … Yet,” that Warren complained
to her on a plane following the Iowa caucuses.

Cruz ridiculed Warren on Saturday at the seventh annual Basque Fry in
Gardnerville, Nevada, as he said, “We need courage responding to crazy town.
I don’t know if you saw it this week: Elizabeth Warren told reporters that a
guy came up to her and said, ‘I would have voted for you if only you had a
penis.’”

“Now let me say two things about that,” Cruz declared. “Number one: That
story is a lie. Produce this fictional person ’cause this human being does
not exist.”

Referencing Warren’s infamous past assertion that she had Cherokee blood when
a DNA test later revealed her to be between 1/64th and 1/1,024th Native
American, Cruz asserted of Warren’s supposed claim in Vitali’s book, “That is
not even 1/1024 true.”

In 1986, Warren claimed she was “American Indian” on a registration card for
the State Bar of Texas.

Here is the form Elizabeth Warren filled out for the State Bar of
Texas claiming American Indian heritage. pic.twitter.com/VwHifS7BCL

— Amy Gardner (@AmyEGardner) February 6, 2019

Vox wrote in 2018 that Warren had “consistently stated that her mother is
part Cherokee.”

Cruz segued to the current agenda of the Democratic Party as he quipped about
Warren’s penis story: “But number two: In today’s Democrat Party, how do we
know she doesn’t? … How could you possibly know? ‘My name is Elizabeth, call
me Bob, this is my beer.’”

He added in an aside that referred to transgender University of Pennsylvania
swimmer Lia Thomas, who dominated women in NCAA events, “By the way, most
Americans know this is ridiculous. Lia Thomas is a dude. He looks like
Michael Phelps and has arms longer than anyone else.”

Here's the video of Ted Cruz joking that Elizabeth Warren might have
a penis. @lawindsor pic.twitter.com/eZsQvVPD7Q

— David Edwards (@DavidEdwards) August 14, 2022

After the news of Warren’s DNA results broke, Cherokee Nation Secretary of
State Chuck Hoskin Jr. issued this statement: “Using a DNA test to lay claim
to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely,
is inappropriate and wrong. It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its
legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and
their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is
proven.”

Rebecca Nagle, an indigenous writer, echoed, “No native tribe acknowledges
DNA testing as a source for citizenship or even claim to native heritage. She
comes from a well-documented line of white people and so there is ample
evidence that all of her ancestors are documented white people on the census
rolls, by their marriage and birth and death certificates since going back
before the Trail of Tears.”

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Let's go Brandon!

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