Liz Warren CRASHES Native American Conference, Makes an Absolute FOOL of Herself

Truthfeed | 2/14/2018 | Eren Moreno
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While Elizabeth Warren was notably absent from yesterday’s Tribal Nations Policy Summit, she just made a surprise appearance today and it’s one they’re not soon to forget.

She still insists that she’s a Cherokee and subjected those in attendance to drawn out rant against President Trump and his infamous Pocahontas nickname.

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On Wednesday, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) sent some presidential smoke signals with a surprise appearance at the National Congress of American Indians. There, she attempted to rebut the accusations that she fabricated Native American heritage for personal gain – she still claims she has Cherokee ancestry, without a shred of evidence to support the contention, and she likely used that fake ancestry to win a post at Harvard Law School. In the past, she’s defended her supposed ancestry by pointing to her “high cheekbones” and her recipe submission in Pow Wow Chow. Yes, really.

So, before the NCAI, Warren decided to play victim.

As usual.

This time, she suggested that President Trump’s playful label, “Pocahontas” – which is actually a botched version of the original joke about Warren, Fauxcahontas – was racism. Not just that: her mission would be to tell the Native American story every time she’s questioned about her heritage. Which amounts to using Native Americans as a political human shield to avoid explaining why she appropriated Native American heritage for personal and political benefit.

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Warren stated:

[My] mother’s family was part Native American. And my daddy’s parents were bitterly opposed to their relationship. So, in 1932, when Mother was 19 and Daddy had just turned 20, they eloped…The story they lived will always be a part of...
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