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WATCH: Sen. Elizabeth Warren Addresses Question About Native American Ancestry

Can Liz ‘Pocahontas’ Warren say anything without lying through her teeth?

Apparently not. And it’s not just her policies that she lies about — it’s her own personal history that she spins yarns about.

She’s lied about:

When she gets called out on it, she backpedals but refuses to admit that she has lied.

At a town hall meeting in New Hampshire, Warren was confronted with her lie about her Native American heritage.

Check out how the Media(D) handled it:

Warren handled an audience question regarding the confusion surrounding her possible Native American heritage with aplomb, explaining that her family’s oral history led her to identify as Native American before she took a DNA test that proved otherwise.

“It never had anything to do with any job I got or any benefit,” Warren said, “but even so, I shouldn’t have done it. I am not a person of color, I am not a citizen of a tribe, and I have apologized for confusion I’ve caused on tribal citizenship, tribal sovereignty, and for any harm that I’ve caused.”

Source: Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

She “handled the confusion” about her blatant lie “with aplomb.”

Can you believe these people?

Watch her comments here:

Remember how proud she was that she took that DNA test and “confirmed” that she was perhaps 1/1024 Mexican, Colombian, or Peruvian — and not Cherokee as she has claimed for decades? She made a whole video about it and posted it to her website. Once the backlash hit, she scrubbed that thing from existence and made apologies for it. 

Despite that, she’s stuck to the canard that it didn’t benefit her in her career.

Didn’t benefit, eh, Liz?

Then why did Harvard list her as a “person of color”?

Why did she claim that she was a Native American on the Texas State Bar registration?

There is precisely one reason — affirmative action.

Listing herself as a woman who is a visible minority was beneficial to Warren especially in the 1980s. To say that it didn’t matter or played no part in her hiring is completely disingenuous. There was a push to ensure that workplaces were “diverse” and representative of the population. We still see that today with quotas — especially in the hiring at colleges and universities.

The scary thing is that we thought that her constant lying about her own personal history would be the nail in the coffin for her presidential ambitions — and now she’s one of the frontrunners to be the Democratic nominee.




K. Walker

ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll and on Gettr @KarenWalker

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