Paleface Elizabeth Warren – No Speakum Truthum
The Democrat’s favorite phony Indian, Elizabeth Warren, was just caught again… in another lie.
In 1984, Warren contributed recipes to a cookbook, edited by Warren’s cousin Candy Rowsey, of tribal cuisine. The book is a compilation of “special recipes passed down through the Five Tribes families.” Well, she lifted her “Herbed Tomatoes” recipe from Better Homes and Gardens.
The Boston Herald reported:
They ought to change the name of the next edition of “Pow Wow Chow” to Pow Wow Ciao, and Granny Warren can write a farewell address to any moonbats left who believe anything she says.
We now have found lifted Recipe No. 3 — “Herbed Tomatoes” originally appeared in the September 1959 edition of Better Homes and Gardens. OK, this is not quite as delicious (in more ways than one) as cold crab omelet. Granny did make a few changes.
Lieawatha’s “Herbed Tomatoes” was originally “Hot Herbed Tomatoes.” And she cut one of the 10 ingredients — one-half teaspoon monosodium glutamate. Apparently MSG was not available at the Muskogee Stop & Shop in 1856.
Oh yeah, and “butter or margarine” became “butter.” Again, margarine is more commonly associated with white-eyes’ cuisine.
The Native American emeritus (she now calls herself an “Okie”) even added a line at the end of the recipe that isn’t in the magazine:
“Great accompaniment to plain meat and potatoes meal!” Whew! The fake Indian known as Sitting Duck added eight whole words after the recipe. This was tracked down at the Manchester, N.H., public library by my associate Larry Bruce. Great work, Larry.
Yesterday, I got an email from a woman named Sandy who had read something online called “Warren Witch Hunt.”
Don’t you love it? If Scott Brown were caught “checking the box” and backing up fake minority status by lifting alleged old Indian recipes from the New York Times [NYT], it would be “speaking truth to power.” Go after a liberal, and it’s a “witch hunt.” Or a distraction.
“It is incredible to me,” said Sandy, “that any(one) would stoop to searching the Recipe Files of a candidate in an effort to prove dishonesty.”
Sandy, baby, she started it. Nobody heard of “Pow Wow Chow” until “Elizabeth Warren — Cherokee” cited it as proof of her Indian heritage, of which she has none. These are supposed to be old Indian recipes. They’re not that old, they’re not Indian, and they’re not hers. And I repeat, she … is … not … an … Indian.
It looks like old Sitting Duck has had a very difficult month.