Elizabeth Warren is a person that really knows what does it mean to be a career politician. This woman always followed her progressive-liberal agenda and that helped her succeed in life, in a way. However, her true face is exposed. The story behind Liz-Pocahontas is just another little lie and someone wants to prove that:
Elizabeth Warren has said and done a lot of unintelligent things over the course of her career in politics and academia.
Her most well-known blunder is when she pretended to be Native American which likely gave her a leg up when she got a job at Harvard.
She’s never provided and documentation to back up that claim.
Now, she’s being called out by one of the people running against her in her next Senate race.
From Washington Free Beacon:
A candidate for the 2018 U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts tweeted out a video on Sunday challenging Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) to prove her claims of having American Indian heritage.
V.A. Shiva, who is seeking the Republican nomination in 2018 and has claimed he invented email, filmed himself holding a “23andMe” DNA testing kit, which he claims requires only his saliva and a “few short days” to prove if he was a real Indian. Shiva was born in Bombay, India, while Warren’s claim is about having American Indian, or Native American, heritage.
“I want to challenge Elizabeth Warren to do the same,” he said. “I’m calling this now the Real Indian vs. Fake Indian challenge. Elizabeth, why don’t you do this? It’s really, really simple.”
One of the first speakers brings up a number of good points:
“Elizabeth Warren, being someone that has a professorship should have some type of ethics. How can you trust a person like that? If they’re willing to lie about themselves and where they’re from and who they are, you know? My name is Dale French, I was born and raised here on the Cherokee Indian reservation, and I just don’t approve of that . . .”
John Grant, another Cherokee Indian commented:
“That’s not right at all, she’s lying to the American public by running for public office and claiming a race that she’s not. If she’s claiming that she’s Native American, prove it.”
Johanna Martin, one of the last Cherokee Indians featured in the video remarked:
“In a way it feels like they’re making fun of our heritage because they don’t have any realization of what we went through as a people.”