WOW! Boston Globe Update and Correction: Elizabeth Warren Is 1/1,024 Native American… NOT 1/512
Elizabeth Warren is very concerned that Americans will not approve of her dishonest scheme to leapfrog over competitors during her academic career.
Elizabeth Warren claimed she was a minority “Native American” to get ahead in her career.
Warren is a fraud and she is concerned it may damage her chances of becoming the next US president.
In 1996 the Harvard Crimson identified Elizabeth Warren as a woman of color and Native American.
In 1998 Harvard bragged Elizabeth Warren, “who is Native American”, was their only minority tenured woman on staff.
Hat Tip Chris
A 1997 article in the Fordham Law Review described Warren as a Harvard law school’s “first woman of color.”
Obviously, Democrats are hoping to clean up Warren’s many lies about her heritage and high cheekbones before the 2020 election comes around.
Responding to years of derision by President Donald Trump and other critics, Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday released a report on a DNA analysis that provides strong evidence she does, in fact, have Native American heritage.
The analysis on the Massachusetts Democrat was done by Stanford University professor Carlos D. Bustamante. He concluded Warren’s ancestry is mostly European but says “the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor.”
Bustamante, a prominent expert in the field of DNA analysis, determined Warren’s pure Native American ancestor appears “in the range of six to 10 generations ago.”…
…But if her ancestor is 10 generations back, that could mean she’s just 1/512th Native American, according to the report . That could further excite her critics instead of placating them.
UPDATE— The AP issued a correction — The DNA test revealed that Elizabeth Warren is not 1/512 Native American, she’s 1/1,024. That’s 0.0009765625.
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 15, 2018
Most tribes require percentage of Native blood at least 1/16th to claim Native American heritage.
Elizabeth Warren’s test fails to meet the standard required for claiming Native American tribal ancestry
Funny how the media reports forgot to mention this part pic.twitter.com/v3KwFKmzoe
— Jack Posobiec ✝️ (@JackPosobiec) October 15, 2018