Mark Steyn shared with Tucker Carlson his insightful analysis Monday night of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s public apology for falsely identifying herself as an Indian throughout her career, as he pointed out just how white she really is and how criminal her behavior was.
“She’s the whitest white since Frosty the Snowman fell in a vat of White-Out,” Steyn quipped at one point. “You can’t get whiter.”
Carlson agreed, interjecting that she is “Cory Booker level [white].”
The Booker joke echoed a Steyn comment earlier in the month when he said, “Meanwhile, you have someone like Cory Booker who’s been to Harvard, Oxford, and Yale Law School, the three best universities on the planet, pretending he’s like some homie from the hood.”
Warren appeared Monday morning at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum in Sioux City and she cut right to the chase, beginning her speech by saying: “Before I go any further in this I want to say this — like anyone who’s been honest with themselves, I know I’ve made mistakes. I’m sorry for any harm I’ve caused. I have learned a lot and I am grateful for the many conversations that we’ve had together. It is a great honor to be able to partner with Indian country and that’s what I’ve tried to do as a senator, and that is what I promise to do as President of the United States of America.
“The federal government’s history with our tribal nations has been one of broken promises,” she said as she continued on into her stump speech. “We need to make change,” referring to a new Warren campaign policy platform aimed at Native American issues.
Steyn pointed out how dangerous Warren’s admission is. “She is at risk here because this is actually quite a widespread crime,” he said.
“A month or so back, the Los Angeles Times ran a story on how hundreds of millions of dollars in government contracts supposedly reserved for minorities have been handed out to 100% white people pretending to be Cherokee, which is exactly what Elizabeth Warren did. Harvard law school represented her as their first woman of color, which is ridiculous, but nobody laughed. As I always say, she’s the whitest white since Frosty the Snowman fell in a vat of White-Out. You can’t get whiter.”
“Here’s the thing,” Steyn went on. “I think Trump did her a great service by making her a laughing-stock on this issue. Because he’s eliminated any possibility of her running on her personal story. Her personal story is a lie.
“She can’t run on that. She can’t run on identity politics the way even Kirsten Gillibrand is doing with her white woman of privilege thing because the identity politics. She can’t run on denouncing the President as a white supremacist because it doesn’t get more supremely white than to pass yourself off as Harvard law school’s first woman of color when you are not.
“As wrong as the policies are,” continued Steyn, “she’s actually the only person out there just saying, ‘well, I can’t run on who I am, I can’t run on what I am, I can’t run on what a racist the president is, so instead, I’ve got this policy platform’ and it seems to be working for her.”
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