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WATCH: Warren Doesn’t Understand How People Could Vote for ‘Someone Who Lies to Them’

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Despite claiming she was of Indian descent for decades only to have that myth publicly disproven over an embarrassing phone call, 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren thinks it would be best for the American people to choose a person for office who doesn’t lie.

Does this mean she’s dropping from the race? After all, Warren has been caught lying on so many occasions that it’s kind of ridiculous. SMH. The irony. Oh, the irony.

From Daily Wire:

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) refused to answer a question from a CBS reporter on Sunday about whether it was acceptable for a presidential candidate to lie to the American public.

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The problem is that Warren can say whatever she wants and get away with it because she has the media on her side. Thanks, Obama.

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Holy shit. I have Warren on video lying about where she sent her kids to school.

Sarah Carpenter: “I read that your children went to private schools”

Warren: “No my children went to public schools”

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Warren was confronted by an activist for sending her son to a private school, and denied doing so.

Then she admitted to the ⁦@FreeBeacon⁩ that she sent her son to private school beginning in 5th grade.

Holy shit. I’m the first to figure it out.

I’m nearly certain Elizabeth Warren sent her son to an expensive private school in Austin Texas (Kirby Hall School).

Warren has been trying to cover this up since she fights against school choice.

I found this yearbook entry for Alex Warren (born in 1976). It’s the only one.

It’s Kirby Hall School. A private school right next to UT in Austin Texas (where Warren was teaching).

Here’s the ONLY family photo I could find of Alex on the internet (left).

The other photo was from the school yearbook (right).
He is now 43.

Here’s information on the school.

Private.

Tuition is currently almost $18,000 per year.

I do not blame Alex one bit for attending a private school in 5th grade. Good for him.

This is about Warren exercising school choice for her own kids while fighting hard to prevent other families from having that option.

H/T: Twitchy

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President Trump Pushes For Massive $2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill To Be ‘Phase 4’ Coronavirus Relief Package

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President Trump is advocating for Congress to adopt what he callas a “very big and bold” infrastructure investment in future legislation to help fight against the coronavirus, which is currently making thousands of people seriously ill all across the country. The president advocated for a $2 trillion addition to the congressional economic relief bills that are to help workers and businesses who are suffering during this unprecedented pandemic. Trump has stated that he hopes to stimulate employment through a number of federal programs. Here’s more from Washington Examiner: “With interest rates for the United States being at ZERO, this is the time to do our decades long awaited Infrastructure Bill. It should be VERY BIG & BOLD, Two Trillion Dollars, and be focused solely on jobs and rebuilding the once great infrastructure of our Country! Phase 4,” Trump tweeted. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1245000074167541761 Before the historic relief package was passed last week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said lawmakers must begin drafting a fourth relief package to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that the bill that was making its way through Congress was insufficient to address the needs of state and local governments, workers, and other entities affected by the spread of the virus. The economic consequences of the actions we’ve taken in order to fight against this virus have caused quite a stir among the American people, with some folks stating that perhaps the measures taken to stop the spread of the illness are actually going to end up doing more harm than good. Many businesses will be closed permanently due to the shutdown and many others out of work will slide into a hole financially speaking. Perhaps a better measure would’ve been to quarantine those who are sick and allow the young and healthy to remain working? Then again, this disease…

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N.H. Gov. Sununu Seeks Disaster Declaration For His State; Extends ‘Stay Home’ Order To May 4

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The state of New Hampshire is seeking to receive a federal disaster declaration in order to receive additional help that will aid in alleviating the suffering of the citizenry during the coronavirus outbreak that is sweeping the country. Gov. Chris Sununu and the state of New Hampshire are currently set to receive $1.25 billion from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act that was passed into law by Congress last week. Many residents have suffered massive economic stress due to losing their jobs and are set to receive additional unemployment benefits to help offset their current hardships. Here’s more on this from Washington Examiner: The governor signed the Relief for Workers Affected by Coronavirus Act agreement that will give the state 100 percent funding from the federal government for unemployment benefits. Unemployed New Hampshire residents will receive an additional $600 a week in addition to the minimum benefit amount of $32 to $168 a week. The unemployment benefit period will be extended from 26 weeks to 39 weeks. Gov. Sununu recently released a statement saying, “We are making every effort to provide assistance to families who are out of work during this time so that they can focus on what is most important – caring for their families and protecting their health by staying home.” New Hampshire will also be extending business tax collections and interests and dividend payments all the way to June 15. This particular measure is going to impact roughly 98 percent of small businesses and interest and dividend taxpayers. The “stay at home” order the governor issued last week has been made effective until May 4 to help contain the spread of the illness, as well as continuing to keep kids out of school. The state has suspended all standardized testing as of Monday. “While…

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