The Liz Warren Model: White Man with 4% African DNA Registers His Business as Minority-Owned (Video)

Elizabeth Warren made up elaborate stories over the years to bolster her lies 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.

 

The Washington Post obtained Elizabeth Warren’s registration card for the State Bar of Texas, revealing Warren identified as an “American Indian.”
It was a lie.

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.’

Now a Washington state business owner who is 4% African wants to register his insurance business as minority-owned.

The Daily Mail reported:


A white man whose results from a DNA test showed that he is 4 per cent African is fighting to be legally recognized as black.

Not only does Ralph Taylor believe that he should be legally Black based on his sense of identity, he also thinks that his Washington state business, Orion Insurance, should get all the benefits of being registered as a minority-owned entity.

And Taylor doesn’t stop there. He told HuffPost that he believes affirmative action, a set of laws that support minority groups that have been historically discriminated against, shouldn’t be focused on race and instead should take a look at socioeconomics because, in his words, we are all multiracial.

He even says he ‘feels sorry’ for Rachel Dolezal, the race faker and former National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) leader who was discovered to actually be white in 2015.

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