This fake Indian really has got a funny definition of democracy.
Elizabeth Warren gave her blessing to party zealots hoping to block her prospective rival in the Democratic primary, saying she won’t stop their frantic last-minute bid to keep immigration lawyer Marisa DeFranco off the ballot.
In the waning hours before today’s state party convention in Springfield, Warren refused to condemn jittery Democrats scrambling to thwart DeFranco from grabbing the 15 percent of delegates she needs to win a spot on the ballot.
“My job is to run, and that’s what I’m doing. I’m out there talking about the issues,” Warren said, just days after she and Gov. Deval Patrick stood side by side and waxed noble about the importance of allowing DeFranco her rightful shot to get on the ballot.
“This is really democracy at work. I know it’s easy to be cynical, I know it’s easy to say, ‘Politics, blah, it’s awful.’ But the truth is, this really is the heart of the process. I want to get out there and do what I’ve done for 25 years,” Warren added.
What’s she’s done for 25 years is misrepresent herself as something she’s not. In other words, she’s the prototype Democrat: A lying, fake, phony fraud.
She and everyone else realizes her days are numbered and if the “democratic process” actually runs its course today she’s going to wind up totally humiliated. So Warren and the Democrat machine will do anything they can to obstruct people from casting their votes for DeFranco.
That’s how “democracy” works in Massachusetts.
One delegate isn’t having any of it. Consider this a warning:
But one feisty voter was less conciliatory. Jozef Sliwkowski of Chappaquiddick fired a warning shot to the party’s delegates in an email yesterday: “You want our vote in November. You want our dollars now. OK. One condition — you open the Convention to all comers. … We represent some 10 voting age family members. … Smoke filled, backroom deals went out in the 60s — bring it back — and we will all vote Republican for the first time in our lives.”
Music to the ears of Scott Brown.