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WATCH: Knowles Calls Out Elizabeth Warren's 'Hypocritical Sanctimony'

On Monday’s episode of "The Michael Knowles Show," Knowles called out the "hypocrisy in the sanctimony of Democrats," particularly as demonstrated by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who the media does its best to present as a moral leader.

The Democrat lawmaker has been the subject of controversy after taking a much-maligned DNA test to try to prove a Cherokee connection. Amid the backlash from both sides of the ideological spectrum, Warren tried to claim at a recent debate that she released the results because of her commitment to transparency.

"Ultimately, I took a DNA test because I am an open book," she declared. She cited her mother's past work as a custodian while saying that she wanted to be a school teacher before running for office.

But Knowles wasn't buying it and called out the senator for trying to misdirect the voters.

"Okay, blah blah blah, my mother washed more floors for less money than your mother, blah blah blah. That's what she's doing," he said. "This is a classic. Both parties do it, but this is especially a classic Democrat strategy. John Kasich famously did it in 2016. Do you remember his father's a mailman."

Knowles criticized Warren for her attacks on President Donald Trump and his personal life, despite her own mistakes in the past.

"But I want to direct your attention to one little phrase in her soliloquy," he said. "Here she says: Oh you know, I wanted to be a schoolteacher. I just wanted to do this and, you know, college, there were a lot of twists and turns in my life and then I succeeded. So those twists and turns? When she is talking about twists and turns, she's saying that she got married. And then her husband paid for her law school. And then she cheated on her husband while she was in law school. And then she left her husband and six months later, married her law professor. And then she had her career."

He continued: "I don't point that out to cast stones at Elizabeth Warren. Politicians are often rotten, dirty people and they do rotten, dirty things. Everybody's got a past and everybody makes mistakes. That's not what I'm saying. I'm doing it to point out the hypocrisy in the sanctimony of Democrats, critics of the President, critics of other Republicans and the news media, who focus on every one of president Trump’s sexual misdeeds, of which there are many. They focus on all of the president's failed marriages, but they don't point this out. They let her get away with twists and turns. Twists and turns. She leaves her husband. Cheats on her husband. Leaves her husband. Marries her law professor. Leaves the guy who paid for her law school."

Video and transcript below:

Okay blah blah blah my mother washed more floors for less money than your mother blah blah blah. That's what she's doing. This is a classic. Both parties do it, but this is especially a classic Democrat strategy. John Kasich famously did it in 2016. Do you remember his father's a mailman? Did you know that John Kasich’s father was a mailman?

Liz Warren, I think, almost mentioned it. (Laughs)

But I want to direct your attention to one little phrase in her soliloquy. Here she says: Oh you know, I wanted to be a schoolteacher. I just wanted to do this and, you know, college, there were a lot of twists and turns in my life and then I succeeded. So those twists and turns? When she is talking about twists and turns, she's saying that she got married.

And then her husband paid for her law school. And then she cheated on her husband while she was in law school. And then she left her husband and six months later, married her law professor. And then she had her career. Those are the twists and turns and I don't point that out to cast stones at Elizabeth Warren. Politicians are often rotten, dirty people and they do rotten, dirty things. Everybody's got a past and everybody makes mistakes. That's not what I'm saying. I'm doing it to point out the hypocrisy in the sanctimony of Democrats, critics of the President, critics of other Republicans and the news media, who focus on every one of president Trump’s sexual misdeeds, of which there are many. They focus on all of the president's failed marriages, but they don't point this out. They let her get away with twists and turns. Twists and turns. She leaves her husband. Cheats on her husband. Leaves her husband. Marries her law professor. Leaves the guy who paid for her law school.

And so it's just twists and turns.

How brave. How powerful. There was an article that came out praising Elizabeth Warren in the mainstream media and they said Elizabeth Warren's biggest mistake.

So I figured this would be an article about how she left her husband and, you know, but look people make big mistakes in life. Okay. No no no. The big mistake was marrying her husband in the first place. Her first husband, that was the mistake because if not for that she would be St. Elizabeth, the great the Great Spirit Lie-a-watha.

But, she has that and they bury it. They don't focus on it at all.

 
 
 

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