It’s On!… Scott Brown Demands Elizabeth Warren Release Records on Native American Ancestry

Time to fess up, Paleface.


Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) released a statement today demanding Elizabeth Warren release her work records and law school employment applications on which she checked the Native American box.
The Examiner reported:

Republican Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, who’s been forced by opponents and the Boston media to release years of personal employment info and National Guard records, is finally weighing in on his foe’s claim she’s part Cherokee by demanding proof of her native heritage.

Several days since the Bay State scandal pushed Elizabeth Warren onto her heels, Brown on Tuesday demanded she release her work records and law school employment applications on which she checked the Native American box, a move that made her attractive to minority-seeking schools like Harvard University, her employer.

“Serious questions have been raised about the legitimacy of Elizabeth Warren’s claims to Native American ancestry and whether it was appropriate for her to assume minority status as a college professor,” said Brown. “The best way to satisfy these questions is for Elizabeth Warren to authorize the release of her law school applications and all personnel files from the various universities where she has taught.”

He added: “I have released hundreds of pages of confidential employment records relating to my 32-year career in the National Guard, and I would encourage Professor Warren to do the same with respect to her personnel records and previous applications. As candidates for high public office, we have a duty to be transparent and open and not hide behind a wall of silence in the midst of public controversy.”

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  • Remco Kimber

    Poke-us, Haunt-us !

    It’s the Democratic way,

  • chris nunely

    i balems me some obama

  • Justice Beaver

    She’s a typical commie-lib; spewing all kinds of lies and misinformation, never expecting to get called on any of it because they are immune from examination. Oops.

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  • The Elector of Saxony

    Democrats don’t release records. Republicans should have refused to release any records until we saw Obama’s transcripts. Just answer every request with, “I will, right after Obama releases all his employment and college records.”

  • Jim P

    funny picture. However, Jay Silverheels might have been offended.

  • Rhoda R

    Won’t make any difference; remember this is the state that sent Chappaquidic Ted back to the Senate innumerable times.

  • Shortcut to Mushrooms

    For those of you unaware, the Cherokee Nation is one of the most lenient regarding who they allow to claim membership.

  • Tim in Cali

    Lizzie Borden Warren took a tomahawk to her campaign

    When she realized what she had done

    She went running to the media

    Just to blame it all on Bush forty one….

  • Katie

    I’m placing my bet that she does no such thing. Or she scrubs it before she does. Either way it isn’t going to look good for her.

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  • CR

    Fauxahontas is riding this train wreck all the way to the end. Scott Brown is absolutely correct – he had to release his records and now it is Warren’s turn. I expect some sort of lame attack next. That’s what lefties do – deflect and blame others.

  • Barracuda

    Yup. We all know the rules Democrats make up don’t apply to themselves. Now that it’s Warren’s turn, she’ll either try to ignore the whole issue or go on the offensive.

  • EBL

    Wow. Professor Jacobson is doing some amazing work on this. He is shooting silver bullets!

  • JPeden

    Well in favor of her claim, from the picture above it does look like she might have the hands of an Indian, and also note the lack of a beard and moustasche! Hope those records don’t say she is “colored”.

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  • Fuquay Steve

    Dems practice catch and releases with terrorists, with academic records – not so much. Pretty boy, is not my cup of tea so if this Senate seat can just be vacant like both candidates values.

  • Dylan

    You go Scott!!

  • Callipygian1

    Her horse has high cheekbones.

  • Gary

    I’m 1/8 Cherokee.
    It barely shows.

    1/32 is not enough to stake any legal claim. I think 1/8 is the legal cut-off. So even if she is 1/32, it’s meaningless.

  • MT Geoff

    Elizabeth Warren’s claim to Indian ancestry seems on a par with her claim to membership in the 99%.
    That said, the business about demanding the release of various records annoys me. Mr. Brown and Ms. Warren have track records, public statements, public careers that the voters can evaluate to determine who should be their senator. With a very few exceptions, the release of records does more to elevate pointless claims than it does to clarify real issues.
    Case in point: Obama’s academic records. He took classes with a lot of subjectivity in the grading, so his grades are much harder to evaluate than, say, an engineer’s grades. Besides, whatever his grades were, he’s clearly a slow-witted mouthpiece with a defective understanding of economics, American history, and law. I can judge him by his record rather than his transcript.
    Native Americans – First Americans – Indians – pick a term. These groups suffered a lot after Europeans found the Americas. A race-based hiring system now does nothing to relieve the very real problems of Native American communities.

  • HadEnough

    I’m glad to see the photo editor kept the man hands on Warren…………she has some serious mannly features and I’m certain man hands is among them……

  • Texas_Treeroach

    Kowabunga, Kemosabe !!!

  • MVH

    High cheekbones.”
    Hmm… Hey, Maw-maw, Paw-paw, aint that racial profiling?

  • Don’t Tread Here

    ‘Lies for Many Moons’ Warren soon go the way of Coakley buffalo.

  • Shortcut to Mushrooms

    Please cite a statute or stop making things up.

    In reality, individual nations are allowed to make their own laws.

  • observer

    What have we here !! Crockagawea has hoisted herself on her own petard. The law squaw has furher revealed the moral, inellectual, & political bankruptcy of the entire democrat marxist party. Despite Fauxcohontas’s exposure as a pervaricating fraud Massachusetts’ voters will more than likely elect the proven amoral liar. Massachusetts has been electing the criminal Kennedy Fitzgerald clan for more than a century.

  • Gary

    Shortcut 26

    Thanks for calling me a liar.
    “By law, tribes can set their own rules for tribal enrollment, and most still have minimum blood quantum requirements, such as one-quarter or one-eighth, however some do not. ”

    As I mentioned, I’m 1/8 Cherokee, and I have looked into it before. 1/8 is the cut-off line.

    So stop talking out of your ass.

  • Shortcut to Mushrooms

    You are welcome. Sometimes reminders are helpful.

    Here is the actual policy.

  • LadyLiberty



  • Gary


    Any time.

    And here’s this:
    Tribes requiring 1/16 degree blood quantum for membership
    Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North Carolina

    That’s my tribe. Turns out it was only 1/16, not as much as the 1/8 I remembered, maybe just remembering that because I’m 1/8, but still it is twice as much as what Warren is claiming at 1/32.

    1/32 Indian in her case most likely means 31 white great great great grandparents and 1 Indian.
    Are you implying she was justified in claiming that heritage?

    Unlike Warren, I can actually remember my Cherokee great grandma and my half-Cherokee grandpa. And to date, I’ve never called myself “Native American” on any official form.
    Warren, if she’s even telling the truth, is reaching back 5 generations. It’s quite a stretch.

  • tpartynitwit

    Interesting Scott would do this on the day the news comes out he’s against lowering the interest rate on student loans.

  • Shortcut to Mushrooms

    I didn’t know there were so many different Cherokee. Mea culpa.

  • TJ

    5 generations back… that’s like the African in most African-Americans… isn’t it?

  • stuart

    According to what I have read, geneticists claim that everyone can claim to be at least 1/40th descended from ANY ethnic group making up world population. That is to say that while I am predominantly European, ethnically, I can claim to have at least 1/40th Australian Aboriginal ancestry.
    After 40 generations ethnicity just gets lost in the “statistical noise”.
    So I am 1/40th Aboriginal, or Arab, or African, or Maori, or Cherokee, or … fill in the blank.
    So where is my affirmative action hand out? Or do you have to be 1/32, fill in the blank, for that.

  • Will

    This woman has so much egg on her face they’re going to need a hose to wash it all off. What’s she going to do for an encore-ride in a tank?

  • Gary

    Shortcut 33

    There probably weren’t before the trail of tears.
    My people (yeah I said it) stayed put in good old NC.

  • Valerie

    #26 May 9, 2012 at 11:02 am
    Shortcut to Mushrooms commented:

    The indian nations don’t have statutes listed in the usual databases. Here’s some information, although it does not mention percentage of ancestry. Entitlement to the benefits of membership in a tribe is a matter of certification. There’s one way to do it, and the burden of proof is on the individual.

    Wikipedia lists various blood quantum requirements, from 1/2 to 1/16, stating that one tribe does not have a blood quantum requirement, and that others have been busy tightening requirements.

    If you are certified as an Indian, it’s because you furnished proof, and you know it.

    Elizabeth Warren’s problem is that she is accused of lying to obtain the benefit of a remedy reserved for others.

  • Valerie

    #32 May 9, 2012 at 11:58 am
    tpartynitwit commented:

    Yes, we all know Elizabeth Warren would like to change the subject.

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