Elizabeth “Fauxcohontas” Warren challenged to take a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage, but of course she refused

JD Heyes–For years Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has been dogged by criticism over her unsubstantiated claims that she’s got Native American blood.

The issue came up during her 2012 race against Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts, when the incumbent Republican challenged her self-proclaimed Cherokee Indian heritage which he said she used to get ahead at various universities including Harvard to gain employment as a law school professor.

“She checked the box. She had an opportunity, actually, to make a decision throughout her career,” Brown said during a televised debate with Warren Sept. 20, 2012, according to The Washington Post. “When she applied to [the University of Pennsylvania] and Harvard, she checked the box claiming she was Native American, and, you know, she’s clearly not.”

The Post’s “Fact Checker” noted:

Warren has claimed Cherokee and Delaware Indian heritage, but the only proof so far seems to be stories she says she heard from family members as a child. Cherokee groups have demanded documentation of the candidate’s Native American ancestry, but she hasn’t delivered.

And apparently, she’s never going to deliver.

The Washington Times reported that Warren is refusing to accept a challenge by the Berkshire [Mass.] Eagle to take a DNA test to prove her lineage once and for all as she comes up for reelection this year.

In an appearance on Fox News, she was asked point-blank if she would “take the spit test,” but refused, saying, “I know who I am.”

Rather, the Times reported, Warren fell back on a claim of family lore that has not been substantiated and in fact cannot be substantiated, which I’m sure she fully realizes. She told Fox News the well-worn story about how her folks fell in love as teens in Oklahoma and wanted to get married but they eloped eventually because her father’s family “was bitterly opposed to that because she was part Native American.” (Related: Navajo code-talker honored by Trump destroys Liz Warren with epic one-liner.)

I know who I am because of what my mother and my father told me, what my grandmother and my grandfather told me, what all my aunts and uncles told me, and my brothers,” Warren told Fox News Sunday. “It’s a part of who I am and no one’s ever going to take that way.”

Fauxcahontas — as she’s been nicknamed by critics skeptical of her claims — made the rounds on Sunday news shows and repeated what she told Fox News as part of an effort to once again tamp down the allegations ahead of her reelection bid later this year, which she’ll probably win because her Alt-Left supporters in Deep Blue Massachusetts couldn’t care less about a little white lie regarding ethnicity (see what I did there?).

As for Brown’s allegation that Warren used her heritage claim to advance her career, naturally, she denies that and so have the liberal universities that hired her (to be fair, she did well as a professor after hiring on). But as the Post Fact Checker noted, Warren first listed herself as a minority Association of American Law Schools Directory of Faculty in 1986, the year before she joined the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She continued to list herself as a minority until she accepted a tenured position at Harvard Law School.

Those who deny the strongest that she was recruited without any knowledge that she was a minority are some of the same ones who have admitted to “active” pursuits of women and minorities as professors to satisfy school “diversity” goals, the Fact Checker noted.

The bottom line is this: If you believe that Fauxcahontas did not use her nefarious claims as a woman with Native American ancestry to get ahead, then you’ll have to explain why she bothered to include claims of ‘minority’ status in her law school directory listings in the first place.

I’m betting that’ll be a little tough.

J.D. Heyes is also editor-in-chief of The National Sentinel.

6 Replies to “Elizabeth “Fauxcohontas” Warren challenged to take a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage, but of course she refused

  1. These DNA companies that delve into one’s background are essentially, taking over the legality of YOUR DNA results.
    IF you agree to the terms and conditions that they pose, they then OWN THE RIGHT(s) to YOUR DNA! They can then sell the DNA results to third parties, (ie Law Enforcement, thus LE doesn’t need a warrant or court order to obtain the same,…) insurance companies (which could cancel your policies based on DNA profiling), etc.
    Warren’s Cherokee ancestors would have been listed on the Baker Roll, Dawes Roll, Guion Miller Roll, or Eastern Band Roll. etc. via Hereditary Family Tree.

  2. Yup, P.Defect is correct, if I was you, as I wanted my self, to take an DNA screening, in one of this uh…. company’s that do that, like My Heritage, you have to know one thing, they are lying, you dont own your own DNA, they own it.
    They make profit from it, and/or until that changes I will never take an test, MH, forget that.

    Why.
    It can have potentials of significance, and that potential is you, and when they are willing to share that, I will do it, not an second before, and on top of it, I know they lie about their own so called test results witch again we have NO way of reading, controlling is correct, or even compared it to other tests, because I know they infuse so called African DNA paths into our tests, witch I dont believe for an split second, always little, like 1.5 %, but thats an lie, again based upon PC-istic sniveling drivel about races, where we all came from Africa, and monkeys are out ancestors, again they use narratives that have 0 to do with reality, when they drool about 97% DNA match with monkeys, that 97% can also go to Donkeys, fish etc.
    Aka the out of African nonsense.
    But hey, if the Blacks wants to be monkeys, be my guest, I dont because I am not.

    Stay away from this sites, my only recommendation.
    MH is an scam, period.
    And there are truck loads of fake people, the Northern Sami (their language, compared to us, whom is the natives, isnt even Nordick, its an Hungarian dialect, the rest of us, speaks the original language, the Finnish one) in the NorDick country’s is 100% fake, they even refuse to take any test, incl DNA, because I know they are fake, I can prove everything, they cant prove anything, and depends on the Norwegian Gov. witch covers up this lies, like the Joojos and ISISrael, all just bullshit, where nothing proves nor supports their claims about been so called Native.
    Absolutely nothing.

    peace

  3. And…nobody really knows where RH Negative blood comes from!
    The biggest concentration of RH Negative is in the Basque Region of southern Europe.
    The Basque Separatists waged a limited war for their own nation…and now that has expanded to Catalonia.
    RH Negatives do NOT have the Rhesus Factor (RH) from the Rhesus Monkey.
    Many RH Negatives are profiled, followed and persecuted in several nations secretly and quietly.
    See how RH Negatives differ from the rest of the population, and that is why they want us GONE!!!

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