City Tells Real Indian He Must Stop Calling Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren a Fake Indian
This year Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren has a real Indian challenging her for her senate seat in Massachusetts.
Entrepreneur and inventor of Email V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai announced his candidacy for the US Senate seat currently occupied by Elizabeth Warren in February.
Ayyadurai has been attacking Warren on her fake ancestry for months now.
Last July V.A. Shiva sent Elizabeth Warren a 23&Me DNA kit for her birthday.
Recently Ayyadurai has planted a semi-trailer outside his campaign headquarters with a giant sign of Warren in an Indian headdress.
But now the city says Republican candidate Ayyadurai must remove his signs.
The signs did not have the appropriate approvals.
FOX News reported:
A self-described “real Indian” who is running against Mass. Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is suing after city officials demanded he take down his signs calling her a “fake Indian.”
The upstart independent Senate challenger, Shiva Ayyadurai, on Sunday filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the demand from the city of Cambridge violates his constitutional free speech rights, according to The Washington Times.
Since March 17, Ayyadurai’s campaign bus has sported two identical signs picturing himself and a rendition of Warren wearing Indian attire. Emblazoned next to the images are the words: “Only a REAL INDIAN Can Defeat the Fake Indian.”
The bus has reportedly been stationed in a parking lot in front of an office building owned by Ayyadurai, who faces exceptionally long odds, for more than a month — just a mile from Warren’s home.
Earlier this month, the campaign received a notice from Cambridge building inspector Branden Vigneault that the signs lacked the appropriate “approvals and permits,” according to local reports and the Ayyadurai campaign.
Vigneault threatened fines of $300 per day plus additional legal penalties if the signs remain in place, according to Ayyadurai.