Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren appeared on the Breakfast Club radio show where was asked by the popular radio show host Charlamagne Tha god, “The Native American thing. Do you regret taking the DNA test?”
Warren responded, “uh—look I can’t go back.”
When one of the hosts attempted to explain her lie to their listeners, Warren interrupted, clarifying that it happened a long time ago, so it doesn’t matter anymore.
Warren repeated the same answer when she was told a lot of people were angry with her for lying, “I can’t go back,” as she shifted the conversation to her political goals, most of which involved ways taxpayers can spend billions of dollars more on social programs.
Charlamagne Tha god, asked, “How long did you hold onto that [her fake Native American heritage” asking her “Were there any benefits to that?” Warren quickly responded, “No, Boston Globe did a full investigation” as she continued to defend the lie, saying, “Look, this is what I learned from my mama and my daddy.”
In other videos, Warren can be seen explaining how she “learned about her Native American heritage from her “mom” and her “dad.” Funny, how Democrats change the way they talk when they’re around people of color.
Charlamagne Tha god appeared to be unimpressed by Warren, and that’s when he wrecked her, “You sound like the original Rachel Dolezal…Rachel Dolezal was a white woman pretending to be black.”
A clearly frustrated Warren responded by pretending she wasn’t bothered by the analogy, telling the host, “No, this is what I learned from my family.”
Elizabeth Warren isn’t the only Democrat to pander to the black radio hosts. In April 2016, Hillary Clinton was asked what she always carries in her bag, she replied: “Hot sauce.”
“Really? Are you getting in that ‘Formation’ right now?” host Charlamagne Tha God asked before quoting Beyonce’s song “Formation.” ‘’Hot sauce in my bag, swag?’” Clinton said that she was indeed serious, leading the host to joke that Clinton is angling for African American voters with a Beyonce reference.
Here is the Refrain from Beyoncé’s anti-cop, racist “Formation” song:
Y’all haters corny with that Illuminati mess
Paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh
I’m so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress (stylin’)
I’m so possessive so I rock his Roc necklaces
My daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana
You mix that negro with that Creole make a Texas bama
I like my baby heir with baby hair and afros
I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils
Earned all this money but they never take the country out me
I got a hot sauce in my bag, swag
“I want you to know that people are going to see this and say, ‘she’s pandering to black people again,’” the Breakfast Club host told Clinton.
Hillary cackled, then asked, “OK – is it working?” she shamelessly continued, “Seriously – I’ve been eating a lot of hot sauce and raw peppers.”
The “hot sauce” comment can be seen at the 25-minute mark: