SICK. Fake Indian and Fraud Liz Warren Has the Gall to Show Her Face at Native American Conference
In early February Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel filed a grievance against Elizabeth Warren with the State Bar of Texas.
In the letter, Chairwoman McDaniel requests disciplinary action be taken against Warren for lying and failing to correct a misrepresentation she made on her Texas Bar registration card where she identified as “American Indian.”
Elizabeth Warren is not a Native American, and therefore had no right to claim minority status.
On Tuesday the Washington Post released Elizabeth Warren’s registration card for the State Bar of Texas, revealing Warren identified as an “American Indian.”
Elizabeth Warren made up elaborate stories over the years to bolster her claims that she is Native American.
The Massachusetts Senator even claimed her parents had to elope because her father’s parents were racist and didn’t approve of their son’s Cherokee girlfriend — she shamelessly claimed her Pawpaw’s high cheekbones were proof she is of Native American descent.
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.
Elizabeth Warren took what could have been given to a REAL Native American — she’s a white woman who stole from minorities and now she’s claiming she will fight for ‘people of color.’
If we had a real media, Elizabeth Warren would have resigned in disgrace years ago for her lies.
On Wednesday Elizabeth Warren had the nerve to show her face at Native American Conference.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is presented with a shawl of thanks from Native American women. (Huffington Post)
Huffington Post reported:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made a surprise appearance at a Native American conference on Tuesday.
Warren spoke at the National Indian Women’s “Supporting Each Other” lunch, where she introduced Cheryl Andrews-Maltais, the chairwoman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts. The event took place during an annual meeting of the National Conference of American Indians.
Warren received a standing ovation from tribal leaders and other Native attendees as she approached the stage. She called on Congress to take more action on Native issues, including “the alarming number of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls,” suicide rates among Native people, housing, health care and addiction.
But most of her remarks were spent praising Native women, saying she was there to lift up Native voices. She specifically mentioned Reps. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) and Sharice Davids (D-Kansas) ― the first two Native women elected to Congress ― and Andrews-Maltais, who was given an award.