Senator Elizabeth Warren is being called out for telling contradicting stories about her work at a school where she claims a principal let her go for being “visibly pregnant.”

A 2008 video has resurfaced telling another story that there was a different reason she left the job:

“I was married at nineteen and then graduated from college after I’d married. My first year post-graduation, I worked…it was in a public school system, but I worked with the children with disabilities. I did that for a year, and then that summer, I actually didn’t have the education courses, so I was on an ’emergency certificate,’ it was called.”

Flash forward, and Warren just a few days ago told an audience that she had “loved” working as a special needs teacher: “By the end of the first year, I was visibly pregnant, and the principal did what principals did in those days,” she said. “Wish me luck and hire someone else for the job.”

Is Warren now working the victim angle to pander to leftist women? “The principal did what principals did in those days.”

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Laura Ingraham covered this latest fib from Warren:

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According to Fox News, Warren has repeated the story at campaign appearances throughout the summer, each time repeating the “principal did what principals did” line to describe her departure from teaching.

This isn’t the first time Warren has been caught in a tall tale about her past. She has claimed numerous times to be Native American:


It’s hard to believe this woman is anywhere close to being in the lead for the Democratic nomination for President in 2020.

Senator Elizabeth Warren describes in the video below the situation her mom was in when it was a problem to her mom’s future in-laws that she was “part Delaware” and “part Cherokee”. Part Delaware? Her parents eloped, and it was an issue until her mom died. Tall tale or the real deal? See below!

She gets upset when the interviewer says she’s one thirty-second Indian…”Don’t say that!” The interesting thing is that she only started listing herself as Native American from 1986 on when it could be used to her advantage.

She goes on to speak about her family, and then the interviewer asks if she would claim to be black if she had as little black DNA.

Warren makes a face when she’s asked if she feels she’s used the supposed Indian heritage to get special favors.

She referenced a photo of her Pa Paw with high cheekbones:


here’s Warren getting snarky with a reporter: “They’re not for you.”


Legal Insurrection says the story Warren told is a tall tale:

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