BUSTED: Cherokee Indians Confront Elizabeth Warren, Ask Her Two PERFECT Words…

Over the past week or so, Sen. Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren has been under the gun once again to prove that she actually has Native American DNA in her bloodline. She refused the test, not surprisingly, and the mystery continues.

But look what this actual Cherokee Indian had to say about it…

V.A. Shiva, an Indian-born entrepreneur running against Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, recently challenged the senator to submit a DNA test to show that she is Cherokee, as she claims.

In addition to Shiva’s call-to-action, he also published a video with real Cherokee Indians who discussed Warren’s claims, concluding with two brutal words:

“Prove it.”

In the video, the first Indian says the following:

“Elizabeth Warren, being someone that has a professorship should have some type of ethics. How can you trust a person like that? If they’re willing to lie about themselves and where they’re from and who they are, you know? My name is Dale French, I was born and raised here on the Cherokee Indian reservation, and I just don’t approve of that . . .”

Johanna Martin, one of the last Cherokee Indians featured in the video remarked:

“In a way it feels like they’re making fun of our heritage because they don’t have any realization of what we went through as a people.”

John Grant, another Cherokee Indian commented:

“That’s not right at all, she’s lying to the American public by running for public office and claiming a race that she’s not. If she’s claiming that she’s Native American, prove it.”

SHARE on Facebook and Twitter if you agree with these Cherokee Indians!

Source: patrioticexpress.com

Elizabeth Warren’s Hometown Paper Demands She Take DNA Test

Image result for Elizabeth Warren’s Hometown Paper Demands She Take DNA Test

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has leaned on her self-proclaimed Native American heritage to further her personal and public servant life on more than one occasion. The problem is that most people think she’s full of buffalo droppings.

President Trump has called her out numerous times, but she’s never admitted that she was lying. Now, her hometown paper wants her to prove it, for better or worse.

DailyWire reports:

A Massachusetts paper is urging Sen. Elizabeth Warren to finally put criticism over her claim of Native American heritage at rest by taking a simple 23&Me-type genetic test.

The Berkshire Eagle, which is by no means a conservative publication, suggested Tuesday that the Massachusetts senator who claimed Native ancestry and enjoyed the spoils of an affirmative action position at Harvard University, would put the controversy over her heritage to rest, and neutralize those who might call her “Fauxcahontas” (or, in the case of the president, who missed the joke, “Pocahontas”), if she’d simply submit to the $100 boxed test.

“No matter whether the test came up negative or positive, it would constitute a plus for Senator Warren and her political hopes,” the paper’s editorial board claimed. “Were she to test positive for Native American DNA, it would permanently resolve the issue — while possibly shutting down President Trump.”

“Should the test come up negative, it would be an opportunity for the senator to perform an act rarely seen among politicians: an admission of her error and a full-throated apology to Native American tribes and anyone else offended by her spurious claim,” they continued.

The board went on to assume that Warren would be fully contrite if the test came up negative, and wouldn’t challenge the results or claim the method of authentication was itself spurious.

Put simply, this is probably never going to happen. Allies and opponents have routinely offered to pay for a genetic test (one former Republican challenger even bought the test and had it shipped directly to her campaign office), and Warren has refused, probably because she knows the risks. The chances of her actually having Native ancestry are miniscule, and if she does happen to show some genetic markers common in Native Americans, they’ll be negligible compared to whatever European markers she also has.

It’s a scenario in which she can’t win, and Warren knows it. There is no desirable outcome of a 23&Me test except significant evidence of Native ancestry, and from her appearance — including the ‘high cheekbones” she says she has in common with the Cherokee tribe, though Cherokee only have “high cheekbones” in hundred-year-old racist caricatures — that’s probably never going to happen.

Share this on Facebook and let us know if you think Warren is Native American or not?

Source: patrioticexpress.com