Fake Indian, Senator Elizabeth Warren earned the nickname when she allegedly lying about her “Native American heritage” as a way to jump the line in front of other qualified candidates for a teaching position at the prestigious Harvard University. One year ago, Warren’s Republican opponent for US Senate in Massachusetts, gained quite a bit of attention when he sent her a DNA kit as a birthday gift.
The Boston-based entrepreneur and inventor of Email V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai announced his candidacy for the US Senate seat currently occupied by radical leftist Elizabeth Warren.
Ayyadurai, whose claim to fame is that he invented email, is not afraid to take the fight to the very dishonest Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren. He boldly tweeted evidence of a DNA kit he sent to Senator Warren for her birthday that was promptly returned by the Senator.
— Dr. SHIVA Ayyadurai,PhD(M.I.T.) Inventor of Email (@va_shiva) July 2, 2017
The dishonest Senator just can’t seem to shake the title of fake Indian. Warren really got a big dose of karma when Netroots Nation organizers scheduled her appearance immediately afer the first female Native American to run for a seat in the US Congress.
Democratic congressional candidate Deb Haaland said at the Netroots Nation conference on Friday that if she is elected, she will be the first Native American woman in Congress.
“My name is Deb Haaland, I’m the Democratic nominee for New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District. If elected, I would be the first Native American woman in Congress,” Haaland said.
Haaland spoke right before Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), who has claimed Native American heritage in the past. Warren’s claims of Cherokee and Delaware Indian heritage became a subject of controversy in 2012 when it was revealed she had no documented proof. The senator said she instead relied on family lore to substantiate her ancestry claims.
The shameless fake Indian, Elizabeth Warren followed the real Indian candidate for Congress at the podium to angrily explain how Republicans are the “party of division” while spending a ridiculous amount of time calling Trump and his supporters “racists” and bigots. LOL!
Warren’s 2012 opponent Sen. Scott Brown (R., Mass.) criticized her for claiming heritage to gain an advantage in her academic career. President Donald Trump often calls Warren “Pocahontas” and has encouraged her to take a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage.
“I know who I am because of what my mother and my father told me, what my grandmother and my grandfather told me, what all my aunts and uncles told me and my brothers. It’s a part of who I am, and no one’s ever going to take that away,” Warren said.