|U.S. Senator from Massachusetts|
From: – Present
Elizabeth Warren (sometimes called Pocahontas, Fauxcahontas, Lies Like a Dog, Dances With Horse Manure, Liawatha and others due to her false claim of substantial Native American ancestry) is the senior far-Left Democrat United States Senator from Massachusetts.
Warren has been accused of lying on federal forms to gain preferential treatment in affirmative action hiring. Warren boasts of being the first "person of color" on the Harvard Law faculty. She has gained a reputation as a rancorous partisan demagogue and science denier for rejecting DNA evidence that she is not a Native American.
Warren announced her candidacy for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination while chugging a beer in front of a Youtube audience. Warren has robbed money from needy, oppressed, and deserving minorities to line her own pockets. Warren is a socialist mass murder denier and advocate of a democidal ideology.
Elizabeth Warren is the great-great-great granddaughter of Jonathan Crawford, a member of the Tennessee Militia who rounded up Cherokees from their family homes in the Southeastern United States and herded them into government-built stockades in what was then called Ross’s Landing (now Chattanooga), Tennessee–the point of origin for the horrific Trail of Tears, which began in January, 1837.
Warren claimed her parents eloped because her father's family did not want him to marry a woman who was part Native American.
Warren was a lateral hire onto the faculty of the Harvard Law School in 1995 after having listed herself as a minority of American Indian (specifically, Cherokee) descent, despite her fair-skinned appearance and a lack of persuasive documentary evidence for her claim to minority status. The fair-skinned Warren obtained affirmative action preferences by falsely claiming that she was of "American Indian" descent, when in fact her heritage does not support her claim under widely accepted standards. When President Donald Trump ridiculed Warren's false claims of American Indian ancestry and challenged her to prove it by taking a DNA test, she responded by falsely branding Trump as a "racist". She released the results of a DNA test obtained at Stanford University in October 2018 initially claiming her as having between 1/64th and 1/512th Indigenous ancestry, but was later revealed to be as little as 1/1024th ancestry, not even involving American Indian DNA samples, but instead samples from Mexico, Peru and Colombia.
Cherokee nation rejects her claims
The Cherokee Nation repudiated Warren's attempts to link herself to them through DNA testing in this statement:
|“||A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person's ancestors were indigenous to North or South America. Sovereign tribal nations set their own legal requirements for citizenship, and while DNA tests can be used to determine lineage, such as paternity to an individual, it is not evidence for tribal affiliation. Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong. It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven. Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.||”|
In response to having her American Indian ancestry claims publicly discredited, Warren went on an erratic and unhinged Twitter rant, falsely accusing Trump of making "creepy physical threats" against her and making other false allegations against him. Despite Warren being proven as a fraud by the DNA test, however, the liberal media (including CNN, CNBC, NPR and the Washington Post) continues to unquestioningly stand by her lies and false ancestral claims and to attack her critics, including Trump, by falsely accusing them of "racism", which serves only to further discredit both themselves and Warren in the process.
Criticism from Democrats
Many Democrats criticized Warren's stunt which hampered enthusiasm and fundraising two weeks before the 2018 Midterm elections. Even CNN attempted to mitigate its reputation for fake news by overtly criticizing Warren.
Like Rachel Dolezal, a white NAACP official who insisted that she was African American, many have questioned Elizabeth Warren's mental fitness to hold office as a bitter clinger to her appropriated cultural identity despite science proving her delusional.According to Wikipedia:
"Particularly in the 21st century, cultural appropriation is often considered harmful, and to be a violation of the collective intellectual property rights of the originating, minority cultures, notably indigenous cultures and those living under colonial rule....Such practices may be seen as particularly harmful in schools and universities which have a stated purpose of promoting ethnic diversity and inclusion...Bustle noted when
"privileged individuals cherry-picks part of a culture belonging to a group of marginalized people, then uses it for fashion or performance purposes, leaving behind the true meaning of the characteristic and thus disrespecting the culture from which it was born. When we hear retorts about the offensiveness of cultural appropriation, people will often say they're simply "appreciating the culture". While cultural appreciation is possible, the line often gets crossed into appropriation because these representations lead to overgeneralized racial stereotypes.An article in Psychology Today compares cultural identity theft to credit card fraud and theft:
"The thief was clever enough to hack your account, so the company lets them use it. This is what happens in cultural appropriation—the adoption and misuse of another culture’s practices. Someone takes something from your culture and uses it for their own benefit. And there are no consequences."Like Dolezal, Warren and supporters claim "transracial identity" to justify cultural appropriation.
Warren is in the habit of drinking alone, which is symptomatic of an advanced degree of alcoholism. Some speculate her claim to Native American heritage was a crude effort to hide her use of alcohol.
For all her Socialist rhetoric, Warren's fraud was on full display when she refused to support Sen. Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democrat presidential primaries and supported the corrupt machine candidacy of Hillary Clinton. Additionally, many corporations that Warren built her career attacking are pay-to-play recipients of Clinton Foundation schemes.
Warren's rise to fame was entirely built upon espousing Marxist class hate and envy, a position she still advocates. She is the original author of the "You didn't build that business" speech, later infamously plagiarized by Barack Obama. Warren has proposed "nationalization" of U.S. corporations to achieve a socialist America.
CFPB corruptionU.S. Treasury to support Democrat pet projects by awarding contracts to Democrat operatives and organizations. The Daily Caller reported:
"Obama’s presidential campaign advertising agency received nearly $60 million in federal contracts after he took office...The overwhelming majority of the $58 million funneled to GMMB came from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) created by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2011. The CFPB awarded the agency a whopping $43.7 million, about 75 percent of GMMB’s total federal funding stream. The second-most lucrative government account for GMMB is a community service agency founded by Bill Clinton, the Corporation for National and Community Service, which awarded GMMB $13.1 million worth of contracts...."
The Wall Street Journal reported, "The pride of Harvard Law School, Ms. Warren is a hero to the political Left for proposing a new bureaucracy to micromanage the services that banks can offer consumers. But she is also so politically controversial that no less a liberal lion than Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd has warned the White House that she probably isn't confirmable."
Warren was born Elizabeth Ann Herring in Oklahoma City on June 22, 1949. She married Jim Warren, who she met in high school, in 1968. The couple had two children and divorced in 1978. She married Bruce Mann, a law professor, in 1980. She taught at University of Pennsylvania Law School from 1990 to 1995 and at Harvard Law School since 1995. Warren was a registered Republican from 1991 to 1996.
In 2012, Warren was elected U.S. senator from Massachusetts, defeating Republican Scott Brown.
- Fee, Gayle; Johnson, Megan; Raposa, Laura (May 17, 2012). Elizabeth Warren not history’s only Fauxcahontas. Boston Herald. Herald Media. Retrieved January 18, 2018.
- Hitler Studied U.S. Treatment of Indians by Indian Country Today, Aug 8, 2016.
- Detailed summary of Warren's claimed minority status
- "Elizabeth Warren's 'Native American' claims: if she was a Republican, the media would call her a racist."
- Elizabeth Warren Melts Down in Wake of DNA Disaster at Breitbart News Network
- Cherokee Nation issues statement on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's DNA test results
- DNA Tests Prove Elizabeth Warren Only Has 1/1024th Indian Heritage and Is a Fraud — Liberal Media Reports the Opposite at the Gateway Pundit
- i.e. national socialism.
- Jashinsky, Emily (September 20, 2017). Elizabeth Warren is hypocritically meeting with Wall Street CEOs. Washington Examiner. Retrieved September 20, 2017.
- Obama Spits on the Constitution
- Obama’s Top Campaign Ad Firm Got Nearly $60M In Federal Contracts, The Daily Caller, September 13th, 2017.
- Elizabeth III - Obama to Senate: Stick that in your advice and consent clause.
- Warren, Elizabeth (2008). "Curriculum Vitae". Harvard Law School.
- Geraghty, Jim (Jan. 9, 2019), "Fifteen Things You Didn’t Know about Elizabeth Warren", National Review.