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Sen. Elizabeth Warren reveals her inner despot

Elizabeth Warren is one of the least impressive figures in American politics today, despite her prominence. A wealthy leftist who made money flipping foreclosed-upon properties, she owes her fame to her Harvard resume, something she achieved by lying about her race; a book she wrote that pointed out the painfully obvious; and a completely erroneous study about medical bankruptcy. It’s no surprise that this faker should be trying to bully Amazon into pulling Alex Berenson’s factually accurate, meticulously sourced books about COVID and vaccines. If you run afoul of Warren’s narrative, she will try to destroy you.

As a teacher, Warren bounced around from law school to law school in the 1970s and 1980s (University of Houston Law Center, the University of Texas at Austin School of Law, the University of Michigan, and the University of Pennsylvania School of Law.) I had her as a professor in Texas and, while I will be the first to admit that I was, at best, an indifferent student in her class, I was not helped by the fact that she was one of those lecturers who never finished one thought before moving inscrutably to the next.

When Warren burst onto the national political scene, it emerged that she had leveraged herself into her job at Harvard by claiming to be Native American. Harvard needed to prove its diversity and she gave it the chance. It was a dirty bargain between leftists.