“We have a representative in Congress who has been here a long time … longer than you — they call her Pocahontas!” ~ Donald Trump
Elizabeth Warren on Trump comment: “I just couldn’t believe it!!!”
“President Trump couldn’t even make it through a ceremony to honor these men without throwing in a racial slur,” Warren told Cooper on “Anderson Cooper 360.
How can this be a racial slur by Trump when everyone DOES call Elizabeth Warren “Pocahontas”?
In fact Elizabeth Warren even calls herself “Pocahontas”.
She even named her website Pocahontas.com
Check it out.
Think about it. A representative in Congress is called Pocahontas. This representative in Congress calls herself Pocahontas. The president stated this fact. But he is a racist?
The deeper you look, the more you will find the real racist.
Elizabeth Warren changed her race from white to Native American in order to climb the totem pole of success (pun intended) using affirmative action. She got busted so now she merely “identifies” as Native American. You can’t get much more “racist” than that.
“Elizabeth Warren made up her heritage, which I think is racist. I think she’s a racist, actually, because what she did was very racist.” ~ Donald Trump
Elizabeth Warren claimed to have Cherokee blood in order to reap career “diversity” benefits by claiming to be “part” Cherokee.
The blue eyed, pale skinned, whitest minority in the history of academia was described in glowing multicultural terms in an article in the Fordham Law Review. The article calls her Harvard Law School’s “first woman of color.”
Elizabeth Warren, for years, presented herself as a Native American. It was a lie, plain and simple. In a professional environment where laying claim to minority status generates tremendous professional currency — influencing hiring and promotion decisions and the granting of tenure — she perpetuated this lie and profited from it.
Last year, Warren taught only one class at Harvard Law, yet she enjoys an annual salary of $350,000 — this is in addition to nearly $200,000 in royalties and consulting fees she earned while taking a leave from her academic job to help found president Obama’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Warren had first claimed minority status in the 1980s in a law application used for recruiting.
Her birth certificate and every document from 1949 to 1980 listed her as “white”.
When it was discovered that Elizabeth Warren had no ancestors that were Cherokee or any other Native American, Warren claimed that her Cherokee blood supposedly comes from her grandfather Crawford.
OK. But then it was quickly discovered that John Crawford was her great-grandparent. That would make her 1/32 Cherokee. If it were true.
When asked why she described herself as a true Native American with only 1/32 Cherokee, she responded that she listed herself that way to meet other like-minded
The Harvard Law professor and Massachusetts Senator now admits that she also told Harvard she was Native American. But then she said she didn’t know how she came to be listed as Native American on the university’s federal diversity filings. Furthermore, she continues to insist that race played no role in her recruitment, even though the former Harvard dean who recruited her says claims to minority status was a big factor when he hired her.
Harvard also took full advantage of Warren’s lie, bragging to The Harvard Crimson about her minority status during one of the near-constant student protests over insufficient “diversity” in the faculty.
Warren also listed herself as an Indian in law school faculty directories and, just last month, said, “I am very proud of my Native American heritage.”
Prior to being hired by Harvard, Warren had also listed herself as a minority at the University of Pennsylvania.
But the 1/32 Cherokee claim is not even true. Warren claims that her 1/32 Cherokee blood supposedly comes from her maternal (great) grandfather Crawford. But Jacobson points out that real Cherokee genealogist Twila Barnes unearthed a newspaper clipping from the Muskogee Times Democrat of August 17, 1906, which referred to Warren’s great grandfather John H. Crawford as “a white man.” Not only was John H. Crawford white instead of Cherokee, he shot and wounded a Cherokee!
Amazingly, Warren and her campaign seem to be doubling down on her claims to minority status, claims which New York Post and other publications have thoroughly debunked.
The Boston Globe immediately jumped to Warren’s defense, quoting a genealogist who found a marriage license on which Warren’s great-great-uncle scribbled that his mother, Warren’s great-great-great grandmother, was a Cherokee. Now it is the great great grandmother? This is not part of the official marriage license. If I scribble “Kenyan” on Obama’s birth certificate, does that make it true? But when pressed for the marriage license or any details about it, the genealogist folded.
And the genealogist who debunked the claim of Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Cherokee Indian heritage is fighting mad that the senator repeats the claim in her new book called “A Fighting Chance.”
The Cherokee genealogist, Twila Barnes, who systematically revealed in 2012 during Warren’s campaign that not only was Warren’s great-grandfather not a Cherokee but was rather a white man who boasted of shooting one, is reportedly eager to meet the senator on her book tour, along with members of the Cherokee nation who are none too pleased with the continued charade.
When Barnes and other Cherokee women flew to Boston to try to meet with Warren to present the genealogical evidence that Warren was not actually Cherokee, Warren refused to see them. When they tried to catch up with her in a hotel lobby, Warren ran, very fast, giving true meaning to her campaign song: Run Liz run. You gotta run run run!
But it may not be so easy dodging the women on a book tour.
According to William A. Jacobson, a blogger at LegalInsurrection.com, now that Warren is traveling the country on her book tour, Barnes finally wants to meet Warren at one of the tour stops, and will try to arrange a group of Cherokee women to attend one of the book signings.
“She could have used her new book to acknowledge the truth and apologize for her blatant disrespect of minorities, but instead, she’s continued to perpetuate the lie and attempted to portray herself as a victim,” write Barnes on her blog.
Soon the preponderance of the evidence suggested she wasn’t even 1/32 Cherokee from her great great grandmother, and the census records for 1860 list the allegedly Cherokee great-great-great-grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford, as “white.” Also, Warren’s family isn’t listed in the Cherokee registry. Unlike Democrat voter rolls, to be on the Cherokee list, some proof is required.
So now, with 3 lies under her belt, we’re down to Warren taking another stab at it. Warren is now reminiscence that her great-aunt used to point to a portrait of her great-great-grandfather noting his high cheekbones. No Joke.
Family lore is not proof. Proof is contemporary documentation, produced under penalty of perjury, such as a census record. My mother told me she found me under a rock, but I don’t put that on job applications.
Some of the universities that employed Warren rushed to claim that her fake Indian ancestry had nothing to do with it. They speak with forked tongue, causing heap-um laughter. Harvard was so desperate for diversity, it made a half-black, amateur, part-time student president of the Harvard Law Review!
To grasp what a sin against political correctness this is, consider the ridiculous debates about blackness regularly engaged in at our universities. About the time Dances With Lies was getting a job with Harvard as a fake Indian — valued for her fake hunting and tracking skills — a debate broke out at Northwestern University law school about whether a potential faculty hire was black enough.
One professor wrote a heated three-page letter to the hiring committee complaining that the recruit “should not be considered a black candidate,” explaining, “not all with dark skins are black,” nor should they be considered “black in the U.S. context.” (Obama?)
Warren has defended herself, claiming she did it only so she would be invited to powwows, or what the great white father calls “meetings,” saying she hoped “I would be invited to a luncheon, a group something that might happen with people who are like I am.”
What on earth does “people who are like I am” mean? Let’s invite Elizabeth because she is 1/32nd Cherokee. We really need the 1/32nd Cherokee perspective around here. Maybe she has some old recipes that are 1/32nd Cherokee!
During her last campaign, the Warren campaign claimed it was sexist to question Warren about her bald-faced lie: “Once again, the qualifications and ability of a woman are being called into question by Scott Brown … It’s outrageous.”
First, truth is not restricted by gender.
Second, Scott Brown barely mentioned Warren’s stinking lie.
Third, the only people who consider it a “qualification” to be 1/32nd Cherokee are university hiring committees, not the real world.
Now it’s beginning to look like her ancestors not only did not suffer, but caused the suffering she’s getting the benefit of. The great-great-great-grandfather married
to the not-Cherokee O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford turns out to have been one of the white enforcers on the brutal Trail of Tears, helping round up Indians from their
homes in order to march them to a less desirable part of the country.
Fauxahontas should stay home and smokem peace pipe.