Why Elizabeth Warren’s Fake DNA Test Matters
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) provided everyone in America with a good laugh when she launched the first 2020 presidential campaign ad for the Democrats. She submitted herself to a safe DNA test from a friend at a university and, lo and behold, it turns out that she really did possibly have one non-white ancestor at some point in the last 250 years.
The Senator who would be our next president is tripling down on her claims that she is a “minority” candidate. This is no small point. If Elizabeth Warren is willing to lie about her own blood, even in the face of scientific evidence, she has no business having her hands on the reins of power in America.
Let’s look at all of the times when Warren has flat-out lied about her ancestry to advance her personal, professional and political career.
The Association of American Law Schools puts out a directory every year in America. This booklet lists every single legal professor in the country, so long as they submit their own entry for it.
Elizabeth Warren submitted her own entry every single year from 1986 through 1995. She wrote her own entry herself, and every year she listed her race as “Native American.” Every year!
When Elizabeth Warren was teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, she was initially listed as “white” in the faculty directory. She pitched a fit and demanded that her ethnicity be changed to “Native American.”
When she was teaching at Harvard Law, the blond-haired, blue-eyed Elizabeth Warren called herself a “woman of color.” It’s possible that she meant the color “whiter than Wonder Bread,” but we doubt it.
Harvard praised itself for its virtue upon hiring Elizabeth Warren, claiming that it had fulfilled its duty under the liberal religion of diversity by hiring a female with a “minority background.”
Elizabeth Warren has called her own grandparents on her father’s side of the family “racists.” She has claimed on camera in interviews that her grandparents didn’t want her father to marry her mother because she was “Cherokee” and “Delaware.”
She claims they eloped. All of the people involved in this tale have passed away, so none of her claims can be verified by them.
“Trump always likes to call my mom a liar,” sniffs Elizabeth Warren. That in itself is a bald-faced lie. President Trump has never referred to Elizabeth Warren’s mother.
If Trump wanted to say something about Elizabeth Warren’s mom, we’re pretty sure that no one could hold him back! He’s calling Elizabeth Warren herself a liar, which she definitely appears to be.
She also signed her plagiarized recipe for “Pow Wow Chow” as “Elizabeth Warren – Cherokee.” From the 1980s through today, Elizabeth Warren has claimed that she is a Native American to advance her career.
In her DNA campaign commercial, she has her brothers appear on camera to back up her assertions. Yet Warren’s extended family says her claims are load of BS.
The only reference to an “Indian” in any of the family biographies of the Warren family and their extended relatives is in a document at California State University at Fullerton. It says that one of Elizabeth Warren’s ancestors once shot at an Indian.
We don’t claim to be DNA scientists, but we’re pretty sure it takes more than that to qualify as a Cherokee/Delaware mix.
Boston.com, a competitor to the Elizabeth Warren-loving Boston Globe, talked to extended family members and second cousins of hers. Many of her own relatives say they have no memory of anyone in the family ever claiming to have Native American ancestry.
Warren insists this was a part of her family folklore that was talked about every year at gatherings and holidays. But some relatives say those conversations never happened.
Likewise, several of Warren’s high school classmates who knew her in Oklahoma say she never mentioned any Native American ancestry to them.
There’s no documentation, no paperwork (aside from what she wrote herself) and conflicting reports from her own family and friends.
Even the DNA test that she took is suspect because it measured for DNA from Mexico, Peru and Colombia – not for American Indians!
No wonder the Cherokee Nation issued a scathing rejection of Warren’s claims to be one of them. At the end of the day, it turns out that Elizabeth Warren might be 1/1024th Mexican, Peruvian or Colombian. That’s not a Cherokee as she has called herself for three decades. It is, however, a whopper of a lie that disqualifies her from the Oval Office.