Pocahontas (otherwise known as Senator Elizabeth Warren) is a fraud.
This woman lied about her Indian heritage.
Pocahontas’s lies blocked ACTUAL INDIANS from privileges that were made available to her – and stole high paying jobs from ACTUAL INDIANS.
It’s time for Pocahontas to get her deceitful butt out of her Tee-Pee (or is it a “Wigwam”), own up to this, and make the appropriate apologies and reparations to the ACTUAL INDIANS she stole high paying jobs and privileges from.
This is not my opinion.
The Truth Fairy
November 28, 2017
The Legend of Fauxcahontas: Liz Warren’s Fake Cherokee Heritage Back in Spotlight
Elizabeth Warren, Rutgers Law ’76, ‘Never Got Any Benefit’ from Ancestry Boasts Despite Harvard’s Curious Hiring
Elizabeth Warren says in a fundraising letter that she never used claims of Native American heritage for gain. But Harvard Law School’s curious hiring of the Rutgers Law-educated academic suggests otherwise.
“I never asked for and never got any benefit,” the senior senator from Massachusetts claimed in an email fundraising letter sent out Monday. “But that’s not what any of this is about. Donald Trump doesn’t care about the facts.”
The current controversy stems from President Donald Trump referring to Warren as “Pocahontas” during an Oval Office ceremony honoring Navajo code talkers on Monday. Warren quickly denounced the remarks as “racist” and issued a fundraising appeal asking for supporters to stand up to the “bully” president attempting to “silence” her.
Despite the fundraising letter’s claim that Warren never received any benefit because of her past boasts of Cherokee heritage, Harvard clearly went out of its way to tout her alleged background.
A 2012 report by Hillary Chabot of the Boston Herald noted boasts by Harvard of Warren’s alleged Native American lineage.
“Although the conventional wisdom among students and faculty is that the law school faculty includes no minority women, [then Harvard Law spokesman Mike] Chmura said professor of law Elizabeth Warren is Native American,” the Harvard Crimson reported in 1996. The Herald also pointed to the student newspaper’s claim two years later that Warren became “the first woman with a minority background to be tenured.”
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