Elizabeth Warren Put Her 'American Indian' Lie in Writing
First we stole their land. Then Elizabeth Warren stole their identity.
Hey, remember when ol' Liz claimed to be Native American? Remember how ticked off she got when we pointed out that she's whiter than Frosty the Snowman drinking a glass of milk while listening to ABBA in a mayonnaise factory? Remember when she got so angry about Trump's constant "Pocahontas" taunting that she spent a lot of money on this hilarious video?
Remember how her enablers in the press gloated over her supposed victory? Remember how embarrassed they were when that DNA test actually proved she has about 1/1024th Native American heritage, if any? Remember how she had to publicly admit that she's not Native American, after accusing her critics of racism for noticing she's not Native American? Remember how she had to grovel to Native American leaders for forgiveness?
That was all fun to watch. And now we have even further proof of this white woman's forked tongue. Gregg Re, Fox News:
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren indicated that her race was "American Indian" in a handwritten registration form filed in 1986 with the Texas State Bar, according to a new report on Tuesday that documents the presidential hopeful's efforts to identify as a minority during her earliest days as a law professor.
The revelation, initially reported by The Washington Post, is the first known instance of Warren claiming Native American ancestry in an official document or in her own handwriting...
Past reporting by several outlets, including CNN, had indicated that Warren "had not" listed herself as a minority in her "student applications and during her time as a teacher at the University of Texas."
Well, so much for that lie. Here's the proof:
This was back in the '80s, before it was racist to say "American Indian." Now we're supposed to say "Native American," even though that's dumb too. None of the people who lived here before European colonization called this place "America." They're no more "Americans" than they are "Indians." But whatever you prefer to call the people who are indigenous to this continent, you shouldn't claim to be one of them if you're not.
What is it with Democrats pretending to be a different race? If they're not lying about their ancestry for career advancement, they're running around in blackface!
These racist images are deeply disturbing. Hatred and discrimination have no place in our country and must not be tolerated, especially from our leaders – Republican or Democrat. Northam must resign.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 2, 2019
Yes, Liz, it's offensive to pretend to be a different race.
Speaking of Native Americans and chronic liars, there's a guy who's both, and he can count on Warren's support.
Omaha elder and Vietnam War veteran Nathan Phillips endured hateful taunts with dignity and strength, then urged us all to do better.
Listen to his words: https://t.co/ymHRxVA91K
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) January 20, 2019
Of course, now we know that this was also a lie. Nathan Phillips, an authentic Native American, made it all up, and then a fake Native American helped spread the lie. And now she might have to pay for it. Boston Herald:
The Kentucky MAGA teen who was vilified after a faceoff with a Native American activist last month is striking back with a threatened libel suit, and his high-profile lawyer [L. Lin Wood] has sent “preservation demand letters” to U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and a long list of media outlets and commentators who disparaged him...
Warren’s office didn’t respond to a request for comment.
Wood said Warren “must be held accountable for her willingness to use social media to boost her personal career and political ambitions by joining mob who rushed to falsely accuse and vilify a high school student and his classmates.”
This should be a lesson to all of us. You don't have to chime in every time people are outraged about something. You're better off just shutting up, especially when it means you avoid attacking children who've done nothing wrong. But then, if she weren't completely hapless, she wouldn't be Elizabeth Warren.
Hey, what are the odds there's a yearbook somewhere with a picture of Liz in blackface?