Lizzie Warren Hosting Fundraiser With Castro and Chavez Pal

Posted by on Apr 18, 2012 at 12:59 pm

Just joking, she’s not making any play for sane voters. But she’s still attending a fatcat fundraiser with a virulent anti-American creep.

Republicans are demanding Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren bounce Calypso king Harry Belafonte as co-host of her ritzy New York fundraiser tomorrow night, saying the crooner’s controversial comments are “anti-American.”

“Harry Belafonte’s anti-American views are extreme and repugnant. He has praised Castro and Chavez, blamed the United States for the terrorist attacks that took place on 9/11 and denounced America as a villain in world affairs,” said MassGOP Executive Director Nate Little.

Belafonte called former President George W. Bush “the greatest terrorist in the world,” while visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in 2006.

“Elizabeth Warren has to be careful about who she is singing with, because some of the songs from some of these characters don’t play well with the average Joe out there,” said John Feehery, a Washington, D.C.-based GOP strategist.

Not that your average Harvard elitist would have the self-awareness to grasp that simple fact.

Meanwhile, demonstrating he can bring people together, Senator Brown remarkably has been joined by a member of the Evil Empire.

U.S. Sen. Scott Brown may be rooting for the Red Sox [team stats] against the Yankees this week, but the head of the hated Pinstripes is going to bat for Brown.

Randy Levine, president of the New York Yankees, donated the maximum $2,500 to the Massachusetts Republican’s re-election campaign last month, according to newly released campaign finance records.

That’s right, the commander of the Evil Empire is helping to pay for all those Brown ads championing his support of the Red Sox.

2 Responses to “Lizzie Warren Hosting Fundraiser With Castro and Chavez Pal”

  1. Blue Hen on 18/18/12 at 1:49 pm

    How desperate for cash is she that she’d agree to this? and her in Taxachoochitz of all places. You’d think that she could coast into office. At the very least, it gives Brown the chance to replay Belafonte’s uglier racist slurs, like when those he aimed at Condoleeza Rice.

  2. chris on 18/18/12 at 10:59 pm

    An interesting tidbit in the State Dept/Home Office files concerning worries about Daddy Obama is that the red flags were raised on him (and other Kenyan students) when a front group funded by Mr. Belafonte was identified as landing predominantly anti-US students on our shores.