Posts tagged ‘Senator Squaw’

Princess Walking Eagle not remember which story she tell’um,  – maybe smoke’um too much wacky-weed…? Here in MassHole,  – we already know she is a compulsive liar, now rest of Nation learn’um her speak’um with forked tongue.  Why her always play’um ‘Victim’? Could it be papoose no have’um video back on Cherokee Reservation?

Wouldn’t you love to be recording their phone calls now…?  

Squaw Get’um Heckled In Reno

October 3rd, 2019

Cherokee Princess Walking Eagle (bird too full of shit to fly) was met in the Reno airport by some LOUD Patriots. Does Senator Squaw have any other outfits besides that black jumper?   Hat Tip: CE 

One Less Lying Commie For 2020

September 20th, 2019

Squaw At 2019 MassDem Pow-Wow

September 15th, 2019

Fake Cherokee Squaw tell’um MassHoles she make’um First Great White Squaw in Big TeePee,  – break’um banks,  – take’um guns,  let’um in Mexicans to cut’um grass.

Princess Walking Eagle was in Sioux City looking for votes, poll numbers, and money. But first she had to lie her way out of her Cherokee Lie…and that ain’t easy,  – when you’ve long ago forgotten how many versions of Granny’s tall tales you’ve told gullible listeners. video 

It was one of those quiet political events – the location and time so closely held a secret we almost missed hearing about it…. Senator Squaw went looking last Wednesday for New Hampshire’s Lost Socialist Tribe…. She may have found them in the mountains around Franconia, – at least she found a few dozen willing […]

Two of the most despicable liars in the nation both want to defeat Trump and become President.  Can anything be more absurd? More absurd?  They were both elected here in MassHole!  Somebody in NH should ask Bill how he enjoyed his time as US Ambassador to Mexico!

The Squaw and Chevy Chase Eddie – two people who never had ANY intentions of representing Massachusetts in the US Senate. In the beginning (1787) the Senators were supposed to act as the Ambassadors of the States – chosen by each state legislature,  – and they were to represent the interest of their respective state.  […]