The mainstream media are clutching their pearls over revelations that White House chief of staff John Kelly had referred to Senator Elizabeth Warren as an “impolite arrogant woman” in a private email with his top aide following a phone call he had with her regarding President Trump’s travel ban.
The emails — dated February 8, 2017 — were published by BuzzFeed, which obtained them through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. At the time, John Kelly was the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
“Absolutely most insulting conversation I have ever had with anyone,” Kelly wrote to Kevin Carroll, who was then his senior counselor at the Department of Homeland Security.
“What an impolite arrogant woman. She immediately began insulting our people accusing them of not following the court order, insulting and abusive behavior towards those covered by the pause, blah blah blah.”
The court order Kelly referred to was a restraining order that activist federal judges had issued to block President Trump’s temporary travel ban.
The media stoked faux outrage by falsely claiming that it discriminated against Muslims, even though the temporary travel ban only targeted 7 Muslim-majority countries, but allowed travel from the 44 other Muslim-majority nations, as BizPac Review previously reported.
Elizabeth Warren has catapulted herself as a national figure by obstructing President Trump’s pro-America agenda. Warren is considering running for president in 2020.
Instead of ferreting out old emails written by John Kelly — which weren’t even offensive — the media should try to figure out why Elizabeth Warren has repeatedly failed to certify her faux Native-American heritage by taking a DNA test.
Warren has been widely mocked for claiming she’s part-Cherokee Indian. “Pocahontas” Warren once cited her “high cheekbones” as proof of her bogus ethnicity.
Warren reportedly used her fake Native-American heritage to benefit from affirmative action hiring programs that should have benefited actual Native-Americans. Exhaustive investigations have turned up no evidence that “Faux-cahontas” is Native-American.
Elizabeth Warren’s real Indian opponent sends her a DNA kit for her birthday. She’s not amused https://t.co/MMxrZQVi5g
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) July 8, 2017
Cherokee genealogist Twila Barnes recently confirmed that Elizabeth Warren is not of Native-American heritage.
“She has no family on the rolls, she has no indication of Indian ancestry anywhere in her lineage,” Barnes told Fox News host Tucker Carlson. “She has no proof of anything, and she’s a lawyer.”
Barnes said many Cherokees in her tribe are furious that Warren “appropriated” their heritage for her personal gain.
“It’s identity theft,” Tucker lamented.
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