Elizabeth Warren’s Plagiarized Native American Recipes

Not only is the blue-eyed, blonde-haired 1/32 Cherokee proud of her Native American heritage, she’s also proud to copy other people’s work and pass it off as her own.

The credibility of Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren took another hit today as Boston radio talk show host Howie Carr released evidence that appears to confirm Ms. Warren may have plagiarized at least three of the five recipes she submitted to the 1984 Pow Wow Chow cookbook edited by her cousin Candy Rowsey.

Knowing full well that Moon Nukers are never content with a simple head-shake & tsk-tsk when there’s mockery to be had, I asked Les of Brick Moon [High Praise!] to re-work the cover of the cook-book in question.

Here’s the original:

Here’s the new & improved version.

Anyway, I’m sure that, very soon, Elizabeth will be doing the liberal news talk-show circuit to explain how she actually submitted 200 recipes, and thus fails to meet the 1/32 threshold required to be considered a Plagiarist-American.

Although I’m sure Harvard will still refer to her as their first “Woman of Copy.”

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  1. I’m sure Harvard will still refer to her as their first “Woman of Copy.”

    The academic term of art which the deans and doyennes of Cambridge would deploy would be either “Journalistic Photostatician” or “Lady of Literary Recycling and Renaissance”

  2. Oh, I think Elizabeth probably included several others, such as:

    Abduct au l’orange
    Fraud chicken
    Heist cream
    Sticky-finger rice
    Boston cream pirate
    Plunder pudding
    Faked potatoes

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