Pocahontas Uproar Illustrates Double Standard

President Trump took time out to make a hilarious dig against Senator Pocahontas… er, sorry, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), at a recent White House ceremony for Navajo code talkers. The always-predictable mainstream media flew into instant meltdown mode as President Trump knew they would. The prevailing narrative on the story is that the president is somehow racist for calling out Warren’s race hypocrisy.

Senator Pocahontas, for those who don’t remember, is the blond-haired, blue-eyed Senator from Massachusetts who lied about her ethnicity and claimed she was a Native American so she could get a job at Harvard in the 1990s. It was a job that was supposed to be reserved for a Native American at the time and Warren¬†lied¬†to get the job. Keep in mind that this hypocritical liar is likely to be President Trump’s main Democrat Party challenger in 2020.

Warren jumped on the bandwagon once again to call President Trump a racist for his comments, in spite of Cherokee geneologists proving irrefutably that all of Warren’s native line ancestors were white. Anyone want to take any bets that the Navajo code talkers — a group of true American heroes if there ever was one — can take a joke better than Senator Pocahontas and her media defenders?

Tucker Carlson of Fox News lays into the controversy as only he can. Check out the video below for his take on this upside-down controversy regarding Senator Pocahontas.

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