“On the Holmes Front,” with Frank Holmes
Staking a huge part of her career on the “fact” that she was part-Cherokee left Elizabeth Warren red-faced, but now she’s been caught red-handed in a brand new lie about her past — and it could spell big trouble for her surging presidential campaign.
This time, she’s playing a totally different kind of victim—instead of lying about her race, she’s playing up her gender… or at least she was until the video below came out.
Warren has been claiming that she lost her “dream” job of being a public school teacher because she was pregnant.
The senator tells the story that, her first year after graduating from college, she got a job teaching kids with special needs.
“I loved it, and I would probably still be doing it today,” she said.
According to Warren, who had been married for a few years already, after one year on the job, her sexist principal gave her the boot.
“Back in the day, before unions, the principal, by the time we got to the end of the first year, I was visibly pregnant,” she told a crowd back in May. “And the principal did what principals did in those days: they wished you luck, showed you the door, and hired someone else for the job.”
“And there went my dream,” the Massachusetts senator said.
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Warren has recycled that story for years. She used it in her 2014 autobiography, “A Fighting Chance” and posed as a victim time and again.
“I loved that job. I truly loved that job,” she told the feminist legal eagles at the National Women’s Law Center in October 2017.
She tried to stir up Al Sharpton’s army of community organizers, the National Action Network, back in April. And she used it to score political points during the Democratic presidential debate on September 12.
“I got back up, and I fought back. That’s why I’m standing here today,” she said.
I got to live my dream of being a public school teacher. But by the end of my first school year, I was visibly pregnant. The principal said, “Good luck!” and didn’t ask me back. But I got back up, and I fought back. That's why I'm standing here today. #DemDebate
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) September 13, 2019
But now it turns out this isn’t the first version of that story… and the details don’t match up at all.
A recently discovered video shows that, before she was running for office, Fauxcahontas told a professor at ultra-liberal Berkeley that she taught for a year but she gave it up for a totally different reason.
She couldn’t hack it.
“I was married at 19 and graduated from college after I’d married, and my first-year post-graduation I worked in a public school system with children with disabilities. I did that for a year,” she said.
But she never actually had the qualifications to be a teacher.
“That summer I didn’t have the education courses, so I was on an ’emergency certificate,’ it was called,” she said.
Oklahoma’s emergency teacher certification lets people with no teaching credentials get into a classroom right away. But then, they have to go back to school.
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That’s when Warren realized she wasn’t cutting it.
“I went back to graduate school and took a couple of courses in education and said, ‘I don’t think this is going to work out for me,'” Warren said. “I was pregnant with my first baby, so I had a baby and stayed home for a couple of years.”
So, not going back to school was her choice because she couldn’t handle education classes… not because of a union-busting, sexist pig of a principal.
Warren decided to study law at Rutgers and said, “I took to law school like a pig takes to mud.”
A journalist named Jeryl Bier put Warren’s two stories about her teaching gig together and asked the presidential hopeful which one is true.
Good luck with that. Warren has spent her whole political career playing the victim in phony stories about sexism to reel in sympathy from voters.
“It’s almost Bidenesque the way she picks out things she likes and puts them into her autobiography,” radio talk guru Howie Carr said on “The Ingraham Angle” on Thursday.
Laura Ingraham agreed that the fake teacher tale is “all part of the victimology narrative. She’s a victim, but somehow she survived.”
And the conservative website Legal Insurrection said Warren tells voters that her whole life is just one “long line of gender-based obstacles.”
But it seems like her campaign is one long-line of race- and gender-based lies.
The website Twitchy says Warren “certainly hasn’t given us many reasons to take her at her word.”
If she’ll lie about her family, and about her race, and about her jobs… why wouldn’t she lie to an anonymous voter like you?
You can see the video for yourself below —
Frank Holmes is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”