Senator Elizabeth Warren aka Pocohantus is receiving well-deserved backlash over her edited Kavanaugh video. Warren is known for deceiving the public, as she still to this day claims to be of Native American descent, without any proof. But she decided to pull another deceptive move by editing a Kavanaugh speech to make it seem like he was saying his previous school was like Vegas. Kavanaugh was making a play on the Vegas slogan, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
“But fortunately we had a good saying that we’ve held firm to, to this day. As the dean was reminding me before the talk, which is ‘what happens at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep.’ That’s been a good thing for all of us, I think.”
The Warren edited video.
Brett Kavanaugh talking about his high school in 2015: “What happens at Georgetown Prep, stays at Georgetown Prep.”
I can't imagine any parent accepting this view. Is this really what America wants in its next Supreme Court Justice? pic.twitter.com/WhL8YeZQ78
As you can see Warren then tries to tie this to the current allegations as if to say that Kavanaugh is guilty of the recent allegation. But in the real video, he is simply making a joke referring to possible mischief he caused with friends in his youth. He is by no means making any admission or claiming he did something as horrible as Ford claims.
Gabriel Malor at The Federalist commented about Warren’s deception.
“Like MSNBC, Sen. Warren is passing around a truncated version of the Kavanaugh video, in which he makes a joke about three “really, really good friends of mine,” in order to smear him. As we know, Warren is very comfortable misleading people. Her constituents deserve better.”
“It’s even worse than this, of course. Democrats and journalists are suggesting that Kavanaugh got up in front of strangers to implicate *by name* four classmates in misdeeds requiring a code of silence. That’s why the context is important.”
Watch The Video Below.
So as you can see Kavanaugh is just making a lighthearted joke. He is not as the MSM media or Warren would say admitting to some wrong.