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Grand)mother of all lies stumps the Globe
By Howie Carr
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 - Updated 1 hour ago
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The Globe has finally come clean. The cover-up has crumbled. The New England Historic Genealogical Society threw in the towel a few hours later.
Now it’s Granny Warren’s turn. She needs to cop a plea to being a fake Indian, because it’s way beyond a reasonable doubt.
Unless, of course, she wants to stick with her very believable story about her pappaw having “high cheekbones — like all the Indians do.”
And then of course there’s that other incontrovertible piece of evidence linking her to the Cherokee Nation — the fact that her first cousin from Muskogee edited the famous Indian cookbook,“Pow Wow Chow.”
Granny’s hagiographers had to be dragged kicking and screaming to the truth about their heroine, but finally the tangled web they weaved when first they practiced to deceive came apart like the Seventh Cavalry at the Little Big Horn.
The problem, of course, is that as somebody once said, a lie goes around the world in the morning while the truth is still putting its pants on.
For two weeks, all of the limousine liberals and assorted pablum pukers in the lamestream media had a hook to hang their Big Lie on — the yarn from the Genealogical Society saying Granny was 1/32nd Cherokee.
Now the Society is saying, hey, hold on, we just went with what was in the family newsletter.
After all, it dates back to the dim past ... all the way back to 2006.
As late as Monday morning, Granny was still using the Society’s fable as her shield, brazenly telling CNN,“I’m proud of my Native American heritage.”
Nobody on CNN is going to question a reputed “minority” who brags that she supplied the “intellectual foundations” of the Occupy movement. Not if they know what’s good for them.
Now the Globe informs us, days after the truth emerged on Breitbart.com , that “the document, alluded to in a family newsletter found by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, was an application for a marriage license, not the license itself.
“Neither the society nor the Globe has seen the primary document, whose existence has not been proven.”
It’s going to be difficult to prove the existence of that primary document, considering that the Logan County, Okla., clerk told the Herald’s Hillary Chabot on Monday that there was no such marriage application in 1894.
Chabot broke the original story 21/2 weeks ago and has stayed on it ever since. Meanwhile the Globe kept looking the other way. Nothing to see here folks, move along ...
But what would you expect? Everyone knows, bow-tied bumkissers speak with forked tongue.
Elizabeth Warren - May 16, 2012:
+ Society:‘We have no proof’
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