Elizabeth Warren: I Wasn’t Taking Credit for #Occupy Movement When I Took Credit for #Occupy Movement (Video)

Occupy – A Democratic Movement

Occupy Oakland protesters pass a burning garbage heap during a confrontation with police on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011, in Oakland, Calif. Following a mainly peaceful day-long protest by thousands of anti-Wall Street demonstrators, several hundred rallied through the night with some painting graffiti, breaking windows and setting file to garbage cans. (AP/Noah Berger)

In October 2011 Democrat Elizabeth Warren took credit for “creating the intellectual foundation” behind the violent #Occupy movement.

The radical movement was responsible for numerous murders, rapes, brutal assaults and thousands of dollars of vandalism. Democrats supported the movement.


This week Senator Warren told reporters she “was confused” when the media accused her of inspiring the Occupy movement.
The Boston Herald reported, via Instapundit:

The article also states Warren was “confused” when the media jumped on her claim of inspiring the Occupy movement.

“There must have been a mistake — right?” Warren said she thought, before learning from an aide she had been correctly quoted as saying: “I created much of the intellectual foundation for what they do.”

Warren acknowledged, “My words sounded so puffy and self-important, and they made it seem as if I were trying to take credit for a protest I wasn’t even part of.”

She’s not even a good liar.

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