A self-proclaimed ‘Indian’ in Canada turns out not to be an Indian at all.
‘Sitting Bull#hit’ Carrie Bourassa appears to be a close cousin of ‘Pocahontas’ Elizabeth Warren.
Another crazy Indian wannabe was uncovered in Canada. The New York Post reports:
She’s Sitting Bulls-t.
A Canadian medical researcher who rose to become the nation’s top voice on indigenous health has been ousted from her government job and her university professorship — after suspicious colleagues investigated her increasingly fanciful claims of Native American heritage and learned she was a fraud.
Carrie Bourassa, a public health expert who served as scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health, was suspended on Nov. 1, five days after the state-owned Canadian Broadcasting Corporation published a lengthy expose on her background.
Far from being a member of the Métis nation, as she had long claimed, a laborious trace of Bourassa’s family tree revealed that her supposedly indigenous ancestors were in fact immigrant farmers who hailed from Russia, Poland, and Czechoslovakia.
“It makes you feel a bit sick,” said Janet Smylie, a Métis professor at the University of Toronto who worked with Bourassa on a book about indigenous parenting.
In the US if you claim to be an Indian, and you are not, you get employment at Harvard, become a senator, and run for president in the Democrat Party.
Sitting Bull$hit Carrie Bourassa claimed her Russian great-grandmother was an Indian. She was Russian.