James Woods Trolls Elizabeth Warren Over Her False Native American Ancestry...
A few days back, the Donald made a mocking tweet about the recent cold spell and leftists' doomsday predictions of a deep fried earth.
In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record. Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old G… https://t.co/tCjF8xdXep— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump) 1514505707.0
Not Trump's best tweet, we'll admit. The remarks caused an outpouring of holier-than-thou leftists, proclaiming to be the one-and-only champions of science. They're also the peeps who believe genders number in the four figures and men can have periods. But, that's neither here nor there.
Ever the opportunist, leftist commie/wannabe Cherokee darling, Elizabeth Warren, got in on the action.
I’m going to say something really crazy: I believe in science. Climate change is real and we have a moral obligatio… https://t.co/X5psBaHdAU— Elizabeth Warren (@Elizabeth Warren) 1514510623.0
Spoken like a true politician. All that's missing is footage of babies played over a sad piano tune. Unfortunately for Liz, her obnoxiously grandstanding tweet caught the attention of Twittersphere demigod, James Woods. Who then proceeded to troll the bejeezus out of Warren:
DNA is also based in science. Yours does not show you are Native American. So either you are an outright liar or yo… https://t.co/206aSyCNfV— James Woods (@James Woods) 1514535229.0
I'd say that's game, set, and match. Woods takes the gold! Trump's comment on the warming of the globe may not have been one of his best. But, we're not going to nitpick. A swipe at Fauxcahontas is a swipe at Fauxcahontas.
Lizzie Warren has about as much squaw DNA as Kevin Spacey has upcoming acting gigs. Yet still, she ignores her blonde hair and blue eyes and calls herself part of the tribe. Because, you know, her cheek bones sit a little high and she's handy with a bow and arrow. Not exactly the most airtight logic.
Sacajawea can call the science on
global cooling global warming climate change settled. But, when its proponents can't even settle on a name, you have to start questioning their certainty. There's plenty of science-based skepticism on the matter. Yet, Liz ignores any findings to the contrary. The same way she ignores her translucent complexion.
While we're on the subject: