Phony Indian Elizabeth Warren Calls Cherokee Nation and Apologizes after Years of Lies

In October Senator Warren released a DNA study where she claimed to be 1/512th Native American.

The Boston Globe later issued a correction to their initial report — The DNA test revealed that Elizabeth Warren is not 1/512 Native American, she’s 1/1,024. That’s 0.0009765625.

Warren actually has less Indian in her bloodline than a majority of white Americans.

But that hasn’t stopped Warren from promoting this lie over the years.

 

Elizabeth Warren lied to jump over qualified minority candidates and land a position at Harvard University.

Elizabeth Warren’s more immediate ancestor – her great, great, great Grandpa — rounded up Cherokee Indians and herded them to the point of origin of the infamous Trail of Tears.

She doesn’t like to share that fact.

On Friday Warren called the Cherokee Nation to apologize.  But what is more insulting is that she still wants to play Indian.

The Washington Post played defense for the fraud.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has apologized to the Cherokee Nation after releasing DNA test results in October indicating she had Native American ancestry, a tribe spokeswoman said Friday.

The Massachusetts Democrat’s apology — first reported by the Intercept — was made Thursday in a phone call to tribe chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee Nation spokeswoman Julie Hubbard confirmed to The Washington Post on Friday afternoon.

“Senator Warren has reached out to us and has apologized to the tribe,” Hubbard said in a statement. “We are encouraged by this dialogue and understanding that being a Cherokee Nation tribal citizen is rooted in centuries of culture and laws not through DNA tests. We are encouraged by her action and hope that the slurs and mockery of tribal citizens and Indian history and heritage will now come to an end.”

Warren is considering a run for the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nomination. Her campaign could not be reached Thursday afternoon to confirm the apology.

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