Remember when Sen. Warren claimed she never used her family tree to get ahead?
The Washington Post, of all the newspaper organizations, obtained Elizabeth Warren’s registration card for the State Bar of Texas, revealing Warren identified as an “American Indian.” She had claimed in the past she never did this and now the truth is on paper and released for everyone to see.
Did you listen to how she tried to clean it up? When the audience heard Warren say that tribes determine membership into tribes, that applause was to wake her up to her lies and continued tale she had been sharing for years.
Then she said, “my parents were real people.” What in the heck does that have to do with the tea in China? Speaking about her mom as a real beauty has nothing to do with the lie she told those in attendance.
Well, the Washington Post just squared that away with this find:
Look at how the word “Indian” was added off to the side. That looks as if she had to think about it and added it at the last second when applying for the State Bar Of Texas. Isn’t that against the law? Shouldn’t she be prosecuted?
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Tuesday that she was sorry that she identified herself as a Native American for almost two decades, reflecting her ongoing struggle to quiet a controversy that continues to haunt her as she prepares to formally announce a presidential bid.
Her comments more fully explain the regret she expressed last week to the chief of the Cherokee Nation, the first time she’s said she was sorry for claiming American Indian heritage.
The private apology was earlier reported as focusing more narrowly on a DNA test she took to demonstrate her purported heritage, a move that prompted a ferocious backlash even from many allies. Warren will be vying to lead a party that has become far more mindful of nonwhite voters and their objections to misuse of their culture.
“I can’t go back,” Warren said in an interview with The Washington Post. “But I am sorry for furthering confusion on tribal sovereignty and tribal citizenship and harm that resulted.”
Source: Washington Post
Elizabeth Warren claimed Native American heritage on a 1986 form, the @washingtonpost reported. The Democratic senator recently apologized for claims of Native American ancestry. https://t.co/1snQgN3Yq3
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) February 6, 2019
We all know Warren is a fraud, literally. The real story here is that the Washington Post published this article. The puppet masters in charge have decided to start thinning the pack (of Democratic presidential dreamers) early on.
Warren doesn’t have a chance at 2020. Her best bet was 2016 when she should have taken on Hillary instead of letting that crackpot Bernie Sanders dominate the scene. She still would have lost instead of taking Hillary Clinton’s hand in the air like older versions of Thelma and Louise but that’s what happened and she will have to live out her days thinking what could have happened.
The problem with Warren supporters is that they refuse to acknowledge this is a huge handicap for the Senator in any 2020 race. It may be a fake controversy to them, but it certainly has traction. Warren doesn’t know how to use the media or talk to people outside her base and this is a huge issue, even if she has valid policy points to make which is between nil and none.
Let’s he honest, she never had a snowball’s chance. It’s unfortunate because the common sense advice she dispenses in her money management books is priceless. She should have stuck with that but now the party is over.
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