‘The Five’ hosts read results from ’23 and me’ tests on-air: ‘Eat your heart out Elizabeth Warren’

The hosts of Fox News’ “The Five” took DNA tests via the biotechnology company 23andMe and shared the results on Monday’s program.

Co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle revealed that she may be more Native American than Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., noting that she has 6 percent of Native American DNA in her blood.

A social media user noted that Guilfoyle may also be more of a minority than Rachel Dolezal and Shaun King, two liberal zealots who identify as black.

Even co-host Greg Gutfeld may be more legit than Warren, reporting that his results showed he was 2 percent Native American.

“Eat your heart out Elizabeth Warren,” Gutfeld said. “My new name will be Rise with Unicorns.”

Co-host Jesse Watters looked at his results for the very first time on-air and was thrilled to learn he had traces of Sub-Saharan African DNA.

“Oh! I’m .1 percent Sub-Saharan African,” he said, slamming his hand down. “Sweet!”

Naturally, the focus on DNA drew calls for Warren, who is often taunted by President Donald Trump, who calls her “Pocahontas,” to submit a blood sample.

The blond hair, blue eyes liberal has claimed Native American heritage, pointing to family lore and high cheek bones.

“See, @SenWarren. It’s not so hard. Give it a shot,” tweeted Arthur Schwartz.


Here’s a sampling of other results, with more than one user suggesting that Warren has probably taken a DNA test and can’t share the results out of embarrassment.

Tom Tillison


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