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Elizabeth “Kicking Bird” Warren Practicing Law Without a License in Massachusetts

You need to follow this story, for there is a subtext. It seems Jim Geraghty of National Review, quoting his own legal source, says Kicking Bird doesn’t need a license to practice in federal court. (follow the links)

Problem is, Many-Moon-Come -Choctaw Warren isn’t licensed anywhere, it seems. Besides, for one to practice in any court outside the jurisdiction in which he/she is licensed, he/she must be introduced to the Court by a local bar member. In other words, she must have a sponsor. A chaperone, if you will.

Follow the link to William Jacobson, Legal Insurrection.com, who first broke the story. He is often mentioned by Rush Limbaugh, as the go-to conservative legal guy in America.

And yes, it is a crime, not to mention a big embarrassment to the federal court in Boston who never inquired about her credentials.

In related news, Ms Buffalo-Hump Warren states her mother had to elope because of her Cherokee Indian blood, even though even Ancestry.com, who found Barack Obama’s black grandparent in Virginia back in 1640, and the first black slave in America, to boot!) can’t find a drop of Indian blood in Ms Stands-With-Fist Warren. (To be a tribal member you must be able to prove 1/16th blood, that’s a great great grandparent, and the Cherokee have already debunked the claim.

Besides, in southern states I know, they were marrying up whites and Indians back the 20s and 30s. The miscegenation statutes were directed at blacks, almost exclusively. Of course. Kicking Bird wouldn’t know since, like so many areas, she hadnt done her homework.

According to Princess Summerfallwinterspring Warren, when my father told me there was a Santa Claus…there was one.

Do you think Scott Brown has a chance?

 

Bernard Chumm
Partner, The Sands Institute, head of the fearsome Scat Patrol, and Protector of the Innocent

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  1. Don’t know, Bernard, but the takeaway for me is that this is just one more instance where a Democrat doesn’t have to follow the rules. Joe Biden’s plagiarism, Bill Clinton’s thuggery, misogyny and lying, Hillary Clinton’s same faults, Charlie Rangel, Chris Dodd, Bawney Fwank, the California congressional delegation, Jesse Jackson and his family and on and on and on, culminating in John Roberts agreeing with Obama that the Constitution and the rule of law, not to mention Robert’s Rules of Order, be damned, when something is “the right thing to do”, you just go ahead and do it. Elizabeth Warren and Sandra Fluke are to be upheld regardless of any character flaws. The people of Massachusetts, you will recall, voted for Ted Kennedy regardless of his character.

    • I can’t say how the people of MA will handle this news. But how it will play out is that if she wins it will be swept under the rug. She won’t be coming back to the federal courts anymore anyway. But if Brown is re-elected, she may well face losing her position (and tenure) at Harvard. That’s a big deal. The state and Court will both have to move, for both have been exposed as less than prudent in policing their own rules. And they’ll have a sitting US Senator looking over their shoulder.

      Even the stupids don’t like being made a laughing stock. I think this is a winner for Brown.

  1. Don’t know, Bernard, but the takeaway for me is that this is just one more instance where a Democrat doesn’t have to follow the rules. Joe Biden’s plagiarism, Bill Clinton’s thuggery, misogyny and lying, Hillary Clinton’s same faults, Charlie Rangel, Chris Dodd, Bawney Fwank, the California congressional delegation, Jesse Jackson and his family and on and on and on, culminating in John Roberts agreeing with Obama that the Constitution and the rule of law, not to mention Robert’s Rules of Order, be damned, when something is “the right thing to do”, you just go ahead and do it. Elizabeth Warren and Sandra Fluke are to be upheld regardless of any character flaws. The people of Massachusetts, you will recall, voted for Ted Kennedy regardless of his character.

    • I can’t say how the people of MA will handle this news. But how it will play out is that if she wins it will be swept under the rug. She won’t be coming back to the federal courts anymore anyway. But if Brown is re-elected, she may well face losing her position (and tenure) at Harvard. That’s a big deal. The state and Court will both have to move, for both have been exposed as less than prudent in policing their own rules. And they’ll have a sitting US Senator looking over their shoulder.

      Even the stupids don’t like being made a laughing stock. I think this is a winner for Brown.

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