It’s one thing for Hillary Clinton to lift Granny Warren’s applause lines, but now she’s speaking with a forked tongue about her grandparents, just like the fake Indian does.
You know how Fauxcahontas says she’s an Indian because her grandma told her she had “high cheekbones”? And how her parents had to elope because her paternal grandparents were angry that their son was marrying a “breed”? (Funny, the newlyweds had a big wedding party in their hometown right after they got married in the biggest church in the next town over.)
Now Hillary is out in Iowa making it up about her grandparents, saying, “All my grandparents, you know, came over here.”
Er, no. Actually, only one of them did. But according to news stories, like Sen. Liewatha the Heroine of Tuzla just can’t help herself. A year ago she said one of her grannies “immigrated with her family as a young girl to Scranton.”
Scranton! What is it with these phony-baloney Democrats and Scranton and coal mines? How many times has Joe Biden tried to pass himself off as a coal miner? In 1988, he lifted a speech word for word from a British pol about his alleged youth in a coal mine. Then Biden fibbed to a coal audience in 2008:
“Hope you won’t hold it against me, but I am a hard-coal miner — anthracite coal, Scranton, Pennsylvania, that’s where I was born and raised.”
Biden’s done everything but brag that he once took Loretta Lynn, the coal miner’s daughter, to the senior prom
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