James Woods is known on Twitter for his quick-wit and ability to get to the point with one picture or sentence.

When it comes to Senator Elizabeth Warren, he nails it every time because she’s such an easy target. The most recent controversy has to do with  A State Bar of Texas registration card where Warren claimed to be “American Indian”.

The problem is that she previously claimed “I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead. I never used it to advance my career.”


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Woods calls Warren out for her lie: “You, madame, are a flat-out liar.”

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It’s incredible that Warren is running for president because she’s been called out on so many lies she’s told about being an “American Indian”.

She says she used “American Indian” because that’s what her family told her about her heritage.

She’s also had several gaffes recently that were awkward and came off as phony:

Senator Elizabeth Warren announced that she would be running for president yesterday in Lawrence, Massachusetts and it ended up like so many things Warren does…AWKWARD!

Warren was late arriving in the cold weather for the rally, and it looks like many of her supporters were ready to bail on her.

Watch the video below, and you’ll see supporters directly behind Warren walk away during her speech:

Warren’s latest awkward moments:

Watch, as Jesse Watters and his co-hosts on “The Five” mock Warren for saying things like, “I’m gonna get me a beer” and the disastrous press conference that revealed her lie about her Native American history.

Lights and sound go out at a campaign event:

Watch how she reacts when things don’t go well during her appearance at around the 8:30 point.  It’s pretty priceless.

With the recent revealing information that Warren lied about being a Native American on a Texas state bar form.

Is her campaign doomed before it even begins?

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