A trophy for fake news of the week? Al Franklin? Trophy for real heroes? Native American code breakers?

 

A trophy for fake  USA  news of the week  goes to?

A trophy for fake news of the week goes to …? Al Franklin?   And trophies  for  real heroes this week   go to?

Fake apology of the week trophy  goes  to Republican  Al Franklin who can’t say exactly what he is apologizing for.  He  made an on the air apology for  fondling an  attractive woman’s breasts   while on an airplane.   Al  Franklin  does not remember   ‘the kiss’  as described by the woman — nor  does he apologize for it.

Fake news award  trophy for the week  goes to ….   Democrat Senator  Elizabeth Warren aka  “Pocahontas”  who President Trump slams for faking  Native American heritage which she used to further her graduate school career. Doubtful that Warren will apologize for that bad behavior  which she engaged in  many  moons  ago.

Fake defense  of the week ….?   That award  goes to Democrat Nancy Pelosi  who describes  Democrat John Conyers as an “icon”…   An icon of what?  Revere John Conyers for successfully covering up money paid by taxpayers in 2015  related to charges of  sexual harassment?

And who are some  heroes of the week?     How about  the Native American code talkers who were honored recently by President Trump.    They are  true heroes.   And  how about  the heroine Pocahontas who in 1607 saved the life (so it goes) of John Smith,  an Englishman who was captured by Native Americans.    She was a true heroine.

Some info on Pocahontas  below:

   

Pocahontas, a real Native American heroine to tell children about

Pocahontas (born Matoaka, known as Amonutec. 1596–1617) was a Native American[2][3][4] teenager notable for her association with the colonial settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. Pocahontas was the daughter of Powhatan, the paramount chief[2] of a network of tributary tribal nations in the Tsenacommacah, encompassing the Tidewater region of Virginia. In a well-known historical anecdote, she is said to have saved the life of a captive of the Native Americans, the Englishman John Smith, in 1607 by placing her head upon his own when her father raised his war club to execute him. Some historians have suggested that this story, as told by Smith, is untrue.[5]

Yes, honor Native American code breakers that helped win World War II.  And call a fake a fake  —  Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas” is and was a fake for  saying that she is Native American when she applied to Harvard and Penn. There’s lots of fake news out there.

written by Cameron Jackson

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