Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren isn’t Native American. Not even close.
And she knows she’s been caught in that lie and no amount of whining is likely to change that fact—regardless how shrill that whining becomes, even when it includes threats to ‘bust up’ the President of the United States.
Elizabeth Warren Melts Down in Wake of DNA Disaster
Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) launched a bizarre Twitter rant late Monday afternoon following the disastrous rollout of DNA results that further debunked her decades-long claim to American Indian ancestry.Warren’s thread of 20-plus (and counting) tweets began at about 5:30 p.m. ET, where she attempted to both insult President Trump and defend herself.In her first tweet, and without any evidence, Warren made the outlandish claim that Trump “makes creepy physical threats about me.” The truth is that all Trump has ever done is ridicule her false claims about being Cherokee.
“We all know why @realDonaldTrump makes creepy physical threats about me, right? He’s scared,” Warren tweeted from her verified account. “He’s trying to do what he always does to women who scare him: call us names, attack us personally, shrink us down to feel better about himself. It may soothe his ego – but it won’t work.”
Warren linked comments Trump made Monday ridiculing Warren’s DNA test. After a reporter suggested Trump owed her an apology, an incredulous president responded, “I owe her? She owes the country an apology. What’s her percentage [of Indian ancestry]? 1/1,000th?”
The actual numbers could be anywhere from 1/64 to 1/1024. Regardless, all this DNA test proved is that Warren has no more claim to Indian heritage than the average white American.
…Between 1987 and 1995, Warren identified herself as “Native American” while she was teaching law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Harvard. The latter used Warren false Cherokee identity to brag about the school’s racial diversity. Far from done on Twitter, Warren then turned her fire back on Trump, accusing him of racism in one tweet, of being a tax cheat in another. As the minutes ticked by, the tweets became more erratic and even more personal.
“If @realDonaldTrump – a cowardly elitist who has never known or cared what life is like for anyone who’s ever lived outside of a skyscraper in Manhattan – wants to talk about authenticity, well then, let’s talk about who’s REALLY pretending to be someone they’re not,” she tweeted. Then she attacked his success as a businessman; then she attacked the tax cuts he passed last year; then she called him “the most corrupt President in American history;” then she suggested he is a draft dodger…
“And @realDonaldTrump should be scared – because on November 6, we’re going to bust up that con once and for all.”