Contestants on the long-running television show "Jeopardy!" Tuesday night were faced with an unusual category of questions. It was called "Mrs. Warren's Profession," and covered the career of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
"No preliminary agenda here," Beck said sarcastically on his radio program Friday. "Let's just do somebody who's possibly running for president, let's just [do] a whole category on 'Jeopardy!' about them."
One of the questions was: "An expert on bankruptcy, Elizabeth Warren wrote a 2008 text on the essentials of this part of the bankruptcy code."
But Beck said a better question would have been: "Warren claimed to have the heritage of the these Native American tribes."
Beck proceeded to read a list of alternate questions put together by William A. Jacobson at Legal Insurrection, which included "A social movement for which Warren claimed to provide the intellectual foundation" (what is Occupy Wall Street) and "Warren identified this type of business person who needed to pay more for use of the roads the rest of us paid for" (what are factory owners).
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