In September, in response to President Trump mocking Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren and her phony Cherokee heritage claim, Warren released a video to “prove” that she’s an American Indian. The video was an epic fail, and only ended up proving that she has 1/1024% Native American blooid, or less Native American blood than the average European-American citizen.

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Following Warren’s disastrous attempt to prove that she had Cherokee blood pulsing through her liberal veins, the Boston Globe ran a stunning rebuke of Warren and her presidential ambitions. The editorial staff at the Boston Globe aren’t the only ones who don’t want Warren to run against Trump in 2020, according to a Suffolk University Political Research Center/Boston Globe poll a stunning 58 percent of likely Massachusetts voters don’t want “Chief Liar” to run either.

“Running for president is hard,” wrote the paper’s editorial board. “Deciding not to run? That can be even harder.”

“Warren missed her moment in 2016, and there’s reason to be skeptical of her prospective candidacy in 2020,” it wrote. “While Warren won reelection, her margin of victory in November suggests there’s a ceiling on her popularity; Republican governor Charlie Baker garnered more votes than her in a state that is supposed to be a Democratic haven. Meanwhile, a September poll indicated that Massachusetts voters were more enthusiastic about Patrick making a White House bid than Warren.”

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The Cherokee Nation has also officially rejected Senator Elizabeth Warren. After Warren released he fake Indian is called out by the very people she’s claimed to have a heritage with. She’s toast!

Donald Trump Jr. tweeted out about the awkwardness of Warren losing the Cherokee Nation:

“Awkward…Seems like Elizabeth Warren has lost the Cherokee Nation.”

“Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.” – Cherokee Nation 

On the last day of 2018, Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren…aka Pocahontas has apparently chosen to ignore the warnings to enter the 2020 Democrat presidential hopeful ring, with hundreds of other candidates.  Warren announced in a video that was just released, that she is officially throwing her hat in the ring, as a Democrat presidential candidate for 2020. In a video, Warren claims that she’s formed a presidential exploratory committee. Warren highlights her siblings military service, and attacks America’s financial institutions, “How did we get here? Billionaires and big corporations decided they wanted more of the pie. And they enlisted politicians to cut them a bigger slice.” but neglects to mention her fake Cherokee heritage.

“America’s middle class is under attack,” was the constant theme of the white privileged (not American Indian) Massachusettes Senator.

The Daily Caller is reportingSpeculation regarding the Massachusetts senator’s presidential aspirations have been swirling for months. In June, she announced that she would not be running for president, however, less than three months later she seemingly flipped on her word, revealing she would, in fact, take a “hard look” at launching a presidential campaign following the midterms. During an interview leading up to her November election, Warren refused to commit to serving her full term in the Senate if re-elected.

Warren is already getting the “tomahawk” on Twitter. Here are just a few of our favorites:

This WBUR poll, from Oct 25-28, 2018, shows that 63% of likely voters in Massachusetts are now saying Warren shouldn’t run:

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