I’ll start calling myself a conspiracy theorist when you start calling yourself a coincidence theorist.
Your only evidence is that one of the bill’s supporters has endorsed Warren and is in a photograph with her.
And that this is an age old trick in politics. That’s also a pretty big part of my evidence.
Do you have any idea how many people would have be in on that kind of scheme? And all of them so loyal to the Deep State that not one would leak the plan?
One, her name is Lorena Gonzalez, you might have heard of her.
This is also why I should object to you stating I believe this is a conspiracy —which is a plot by two or more people to do something illegal. All this requires is one woman introducing a bill, slipping in a provision of that bill that doesn’t get all that much attention, and misleading enough of her fellow representatives so they pass the bill. This happens all the time in politics — but if I dare point out she also happens to be a fan of Elizabeth Warren at a time where she’s getting more and more unpopular than I’m some kind crazy person.
Addendum to your obsession with Warren’s Native American claims:
The president claims global warming is a Chinese hoax and wind turbines cause cancer.
You got me, the President is an idiot so I shouldn’t care about a woman scamming tax payers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars through government programs that give Native Americans free college, lying about her heritage for at least a decade, and now trying to be President of the country I live in. This is the logic of — no wait, it’s not logic.