Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has finally taken a DNA test, released the results, and now she’s requesting that President Donald Trump pay $1,000,000 to keep good on a bet/promise that he made back on July 5th.

People were somewhat shocked when Elizabeth Warren took a DNA test, but when the results were released, there were some discrepancies.
Not only was there a slight problem (or few) with Warren’s DNA test results, but there’s also a catch with Trump’s promise to pay $1,000,000 if she took the test.

Trump said on the 5th of July: “I will give you a million dollars to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you’re an Indian.”

Trump specifically said, “shows you’re an Indian” and Warren’s test results were not exactly indicative of her being an Indian.

Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test results showed that she might have 1/1024 of Native American heritage in her DNA. Specifically, “her great-great-great-grandmother was Native American, that puts her at 1/32nd American Indian. But the report includes the possibility that she’s just 1/1024th Native American if the ancestor is 10 generations back.”

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If someone is 1/1024th Native American, then that means that they are not an Indian. In fact, that’s not even close to the amount required by real Native American tribes to be considered an Indian.

According to DNA Explained, “Most tribes require a specific percentage of Native “blood,” called blood quantum, in addition to being able to document which tribal member you descend from. Some tribes require as much as 25% Native heritage, and most require at least 1/16th Native heritage, which is one great-great grandparent.”

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That means Elizabeth Warren is not an Indian and President Donald Trump does not owe anyone a million dollars.

Warren is now demanding the million be paid to National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center and she’s just going along with her narrative in hopes that Trump slips up and cuts a check for a million.

If she read his message, then she would know that her DNA test would have to prove that she’s an Indian, and her DNA test does not prove that she is an Indian.

Yes, she has a very tiny percentage in her bloodline, but she does not have enough to be accepted into any tribe. In fact, it’s such a small amount of Native American heritage that just about any of us could have the same amount of heritage from another nationality, but that will not declare us as such.

Here is Warren reaching for that payment from Trump.

Elizabeth Warren posted this video trying to get a million out of President Trump, but even she doesn’t understand how the video proves Trump correct.

The keywords here are “and it shows you’re an Indian.”

From Elizabeth Warren’s own video against President Trump.

Remember, having just a minuscule amount of heritage does not actually make someone a full blown version of that heritage.

Warren persists that Trump pays her preferred charity $1,000,000, but it’s highly unlikely that he will ever pay on account of her DNA test not being able to prove that she’s an Indian beyond doubt.

If Elizabeth Warren tried to be part of an Indian tribe, they would reject her on account of not having at least 1/16th Native American heritage.

1/1024th isn’t enough.

Warren needs to face the facts and give up on the pony show.

President Trump responded to Warren’s DNA test and demand for the $1,000,000 payment.

“Who cares?” Mr. Trump said to reporters at the White House.

The president has consistently ridiculed Ms. Warren as “Pocahontas” for claiming Native American ancestry, falsely in his view, to gain an advantage in her academic career. At a rally this summer, he even envisioned a 2020 debate in which he would offer her $1 million to take a DNA test with a kit that he’d give her.

Asked Monday if he would be donating $1 million to a charity, now that Ms. Warren has taken a DNA test, Mr. Trump replied, “I didn’t say that. You’d better read it again.”

Again – that catch about her being an Indian is what technically means Warren’s preferred charity should not receive a payment from Trump.

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