Democrat primary

Five Times Elizabeth Warren Was Exposed for False Claims

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has — again — fallen under public scrutiny for allegedly spreading falsehoods. Here are five instances involving Warren being called out for making false claims — most of which resulted in the senator eventually having admitted wrongdoing.

DETROIT, MI - JULY 24: Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) participates in a Presidential Candidates Forum at the NAACP 110th National Convention on July 24, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. The theme of this years Convention is, When We Fight, We Win. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Panic in Clintonworld: Surprise Debates, All-Star Surrogates, and the Return of the VWRC

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is panicked enough to push stories about its fabulous team of all-star surrogates, set up a surprise debate that won’t be held in the obscure hours of the weekend, and resurrect Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy paranoia to deflect the latest revelations in her email scandal. Of course, Clinton’s formidable campaign team includes most of the mainstream media, and the Democratic National Committee.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016.

Hillary Clinton: Post-Qaddafi Libya Disaster Is ‘Smart Power At Its Best’

During the course of the Democratic Party debate on Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton was asked to defend her disastrous intervention in Libya. In response, Clinton hailed Libya as “smart power at its best,” capturing a delusion that appears to be very common in the current iteration of her Party: the belief that magical “coalitions” of good guys can be whistled into existence to handle foreign-policy crises.

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Mainstream Media Finally Starting to Notice Hillary Clinton In Deep Trouble

The MSM eagerly leaks editorial comments and analysis into stories it wants to blend into some larger, politically useful Narrative, but with Clinton most of those little contextual nuggets have consisted of breezy assurances that she’s still heavily favored to win both the Democrat primary and 2016 presidential election. The Narrative says that she had a rough summer, but her campaign will finish analyzing her “challenges” and re-inventing her to perfection any day now.

Hillary Rodham Clinton