Hillary Clinton tore into Donald Trump when her mainstream media dirt-mining propagandists dug up a 2006 Trump quote:
“He actually said he was hoping for the crash that caused hard-working families in California and across America to lose their jobs,” she said at a campaign event outside of Los Angeles. “All because he thought he could take advantage of it to make some money for himself.”
Clinton ally Elizabeth Warren pounced on the story with a tweet:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren jumped in as well last night, saying Trump was “drooling over a housing meltdown” and asking her audience, “What kind of man does that?”
There’s only one problem, Hell-ery: Elizabeth Warren, the heart and soul of the left, DID THE EXACT SAME FREAKING that Donald Trump did that you say is so damn vile:
Elizabeth Warren Bought Foreclosed Homes to Make a Quick Profit
by Jillian Kay Melchior & Eliana Johnson May 27, 2015 4:00 AMBefore the crash that she blamed on speculators, Senator Elizabeth Warren made a bundle by flipping houses.Nearly two years after Veo Vessels died, her daughter, 70-year-old Mary Frances Hickman, decided to sell the home her mother had left to her. A sprawling brick house in Oklahoma City’s historic Highland Park neighborhood, it was built in 1924, just a year after Mary’s birth.Decades later, one of Vessels’ great-grandchildren fondly recalls the wood and tile floors, the fish pond, the butler’s quarters, and the multi-car garage where children played house.“It was really, really nice,” says Hickman’s granddaughter, Andrea Martin. That’s part of the reason she’s so surprised her grandmother sold the home in 1993 for a mere $30,000. Despite a debilitating stroke, Martin says Hickman remained sharp, and she had always been business-savvy. As an Avon saleswoman, she had at times ranked among the top ten in the country. “So I don’t know why,” Martin says. “Maybe she just wanted out from underneath it, but to sell it for such a low number — I don’t know. Maybe she got bad advice, maybe she was just tired.”The home’s new owner: Elizabeth Warren, today a Massachusetts senator who has built a political career on denouncing the sort of banking titans and financial sophisticates who make a buck off the little guy. Five months after purchasing Veo Vessels’ old home, Warren flipped the property, selling it for $115,000 more than she’d paid, according to Oklahoma County Property Assessor records.Warren rose to political prominence in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis as a crusader against big banks and a dispenser of common-sense economic advice. She campaigned for the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, intended to shield people from the predations of the mortgage and credit-card industries, among others. In her 2006 book All Your Worth, co-authored with her daughter, Amelia, Warren lists as a top myth the idea that “you can make big money buying houses and flipping them quickly.” She has made a career out of telling people how to behave in financially responsible ways, and out of creating laws that will make it illegal for them to do otherwise.Five months after purchasing Veo Vessels’ old home, Warren flipped the property, selling it for $115,000 more than she’d paid.But Warren bought and sold at least five properties for profit at a different time in her life, before the cratering economy and a political career made her a star. Her life story has been the subject of much interest, and her 2014 memoir, A Fighting Chance, chronicled her rise from humble beginnings in small-town Oklahoma and her struggle to make ends meet. It didn’t much mention, though, the early 1990s, years when her children were teenagers and she was once again happily married. These are years when she wasn’t yet the multimillionaire she is today, and, she has said, she was voting Republican.As a professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania, and later as a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, she was doing well for herself, building both her professional profile and her wealth. She owes at least part of her considerable financial success, it seems, to snapping up these properties in her native Oklahoma and turning them for a profit — though today that’s not a practice she endorses for the many people looking to emulate her success. The Boston Herald reported on these purchases during Warren’s Senate run in 2012, noting that she invested in “the often topsy-turvy real-estate market of the 1990s” and that her actions “don’t seem to square with her public statements about the latest real estate boom and bust.”(By our deadline, Warren’s office did not respond to our request for an interview with the senator or for a request for comment from the senator’s spokesperson about the home sales.)Hickman’s granddaughter Martin says of the home flip: “I don’t think it’s right, but I don’t really know much about it. . . . You flip houses to make a profit, so I can’t really fault [Warren] much. I think my grandmother made a mistake by selling it for so cheap. . . . She had worked hard all her life and was a self-made woman.”Don Vessels — a grandson of Veo Vessels, and the nephew of Mary Frances Hickman — said he had not known that Warren had purchased the family home, but “my reaction is that it’s kind of par for the course.” He added: “What’s said and what’s done in politics are two different things. Mary Hickman, being the executor of the estate, should have sold it for the highest price on the market, which I’m not sure she did. But the house was not in fantastic shape, I can tell you that. It was a very nice house when it was purchased, but my grandmother kind of let it fall into disrepair.”Records show Warren bought the house Hickman inherited from her mother, located at 200 N.W. 16th Street, in August 1993 and quickly obtained permits to do plumbing and electrical work, selling it five months later for a 383 percent gain.
The article goes on to describe what Democrats would call greedy profiteering in the remaining cases of Pocahontas doing the very thing she demonized. It ends thus:
In her 2014 autobiography, Warren wrote of the events that precipitated the financial crisis that “everyone seemed to have a story about someone they knew who was getting rich by flipping houses.”
She omitted a crucial one.
Because she’s a Democrat and that’s what Democrats do like no one else in the history of mankind.
If you are a Democrat, you are nothing but a cockroach hypocrite slandering liar of the worst form imaginable.
The history of socialism has been consistent from day one: incredibly cynical demagogues claiming to be doing everything they do in the name of the people who exploit the very people they falsely claim to be helping and hypocritically enriching themselves. In the communist Soviet days you had your political class living it up in their Black Sea vacation dachas while the people they lied to had NOTHING. And that tradition continues with Elizabeth Warren and Hiller Clinton.
Elizabeth Warren – again the heart and soul of the uber-feminist left – is just utter slime. And Donald Trump is using her face like a mop and just wiping her face in the filthy toilet that is her life.
He calls her “Pocahontas” because this deceiving liar – who in biological fact is about as WHITE as you can possibly get – manufactured a “Native American” ancestry based on her narcissistic belief that she had “high cheekbones” and then cynically and dishonestly exploited her own lie to get benefit after benefit that she didn’t deserve.
This is clearly a woman who took about 3 million self-adoring selfies of herself too many, and came to believe her own delusions as she photo shopped herself into a Native American. Well, either that, or she is just the worst sort of liar there is.
And now he just destroyed this witless, slimy hypocrite fool yet again:
I marvel at the dishonesty and hypocrisy that characterizes every single Democrat today as we enter the very last days just before Democrats worship the coming Antichrist and take his mark on their right hands, or on their foreheads.
The simple fact of the matter is that if every reporter covering Hillary Clinton doesn’t get in her face and ask if she thinks Warren should resign from the Senate due to her disgraceful past in which she “caused hard-working families in California and across America to lose their jobs” and “thought she could take advantage of it to make some money for herself.” If they don’t, you can know for certain that every single mainstream media entity is on the same propagandist page as Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook and Katie Couric’s brand of rabidly biased “journalism.”
Just remember, if you see Hell-ery Clinton’s lips moving, whatever the hell is coming out of her mouth has nothing whatsoever to do with the truth, or with integrity.
And the same thing applies with her slick Willy husband Bill, who by her own words ought to be rotting in a prison cell right now for rape. And Juanita Broadderick’s story is just another example of a dishonest media refusing to publish a story because to be a liberal is to be the worst kind of hypocrite.
Let’s sniff something called REALITY as we consider what Barack Obama has done to our economy and our way of life. From the Los Angeles Times:
Shedding light on the precarious economic state of many American families, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday that nearly half of U.S. households reported they would have trouble meeting emergency expenses of just $400.
In addition, the Fed found that 22% of workers were juggling two or more jobs last year, higher than what government jobs data would suggest. And nearly one out of three Americans said that they have no retirement savings or pension.
Trump said about his 2006 comment that he is a BUSINESSMAN, and it is the essence of a good businessman to win whether things are good or whether things are bad. If you want to elect someone who represents the status quo that two-thirds of Americans say is the wrong direction, who only knows how to make bad worse, then elect Hell-ery. Because you deserve hell.