Two weeks ago, Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren appeared on the Breakfast Club radio show where was asked by the popular radio show host Charlamagne Tha god if she regretted taking the DNA test that showed she had less Native American blood than the average American citizen?

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, who just can’t seem to shake the reprehensible lie she’s been telling about her Native American heritage for years, responded by pretending she wasn’t bothered by the analogy, telling the host, “No, this is what I learned from my family.” Watch the video here.

As frontrunner Joe Biden continues to pull away from the Democrat-Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) in the Democrat primary polls, Senator Elizabeth Warren is experiencing a surprising surge in the polls.

Democrat pollster Douglas E. Schoen wrote an article that appeared in The Hill, where he explains why Warren’s sudden rise in the polls is bad news for the Democrat Party. 

Warren’s achieving double digit numbers for the first time since officially announcing her bid. Indeed, Warren has solidified her position as one of the top candidates that have managed to distinguish themselves from the other two dozen candidates who are vying for the Democratic presidential nomination for 2020. The group of front runners include Senator Kamala Harris, Senator Bernie Sanders, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Simply put, this recent momentum from Warren spells bad news for the Democratic Party. The lawmaker from Massachusetts has centered her run around liberal big government policies that once only appealed to the left most fringes of the party. To be sure, her jump in the polls is indicative of how far left the party has moved and suggests that the party will nominate a radical candidate who is unpalatable to independents and moderates, two groups essential to beating Donald Trump in the general election.

The major components of her presidential campaign platform include expanding the reach of the federal government to tackle core inequities in American society, particularly through greater Wall Street oversight and policies to reduce income inequality by raising taxes on the wealthiest citizens. In a recent town hall, Warren touted her proposed wealth tax that she claims will allow the United States to have universal child care for kids aged five and under, universal college, and a significantly reduced loan debt burden for 95 percent of students, with almost $1 trillion left over.

While the objectives of this policy are lofty and admirable, the plan itself is impractical and will simply never work. The new wealth tax that Warren promotes as a solution to our national problems is a 2 percent tax on all wealth over $50 million among the 75,000 largest fortunes in the country.

In terms of the constitutionality of her plan, the Sixteenth Amendment states that the federal government can only collect taxes on the income of citizens. Attempting to collect taxes on the wealth of citizens would surely be challenged, and the case could go all the way to the Supreme Court. Regardless of the legality, the plan is radical and wide support among Democratic primary voters is telling of how far left the party has shifted.

Admittedly, the rise Warren in recent polls suggests that the Democratic Party is moving in the opposite direction towards more big government social and economic policies that will certainly turn away the majority of the general electorate. Ultimately, if Democratic primary voters moves towards supporting these policies and the candidates who advocate for them, the only thing they will end up with is four more years of Trump.

In addition to her history of lying to get ahead, Warren is without a doubt, one of the most sripted politicians in the race.

On New Years Eve, Elizabeth Warren made a cringeworthy LIVE video on Instagram to announce her run for president in 2020. At the start of the video, Warren can be seen momentarily leaving the camera and walking over to the refrigerator to “Get me a beer.”

Shortly after Warren made her embarrassing announcement on Instagram, she was seen dragging her youn grandson like a rag doll across the stage at an Iowa rally, as she shamelessy used him for a prop for the media.

Everything about this Elizabeth Warren is fake. How she ever became a U.S, Senator is really quite stunning.

For years, Elizabeth Warren lied about her Native American heritage, after she was caught lying on a job application at Harvard Law School, by using her phony “Native American” heritage to allegedly to place herself in front of other applicants

The Washigton Post released a copy of her registration for the Texas State Bar that revealed Warren listed “Native American” as her race.

Warren can be seen in the video below, lying about her parents eloping because of her mother’s “Native American heritage.” LOL!

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