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It’s like standup comedy: Warren’s twisted answer to DNA test question … she is indeed a white woman

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It’s over, ladies and gentlemen. After months of frenzied speculation, intense debates and even a failed DNA test, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has finally confirmed that she is indeed a white woman. Shocking, is it not?

“I am not a person of color,”‘ the very surprisingly white 2020 contender boldly admitted Saturday to a shocked gallery of supporters in Iowa’s Sioux City.

Just kidding. Nobody was actually shocked.

“I am not a citizen of a tribe,” she continued. “Tribal citizenship is very different from ancestry. Tribes — and only tribes — determine tribal citizenship, and I respect that difference.”

She respects that difference so much that she spent a majority of her adult life falsely identifying as a Native American Indian so as to benefit politically and also benefit from affirmative action hiring programs intended for real Native Americans.

What a hero.

Listen to her below:

She said this after an audience member asked her why she released the results of a DNA test last year that proved that she’s not a real Native American Indian.

Warren argued that when she first ran for public office in 2012, Republicans allegedly “honed in on this part of my history” and began using “racial slurs” to mock her.

“So my decision was, I’m just going to put it all out there,” she said. “I can’t stop Donald Trump from what he’s going to do. I can’t stop him from hurling racial insults. But what I can do is I can be in this fight for all of our families.”


Warren believes that it was racist and evil for President Donald Trump and other Republicans to call her Pocahontas so as to mock her false claim of Native American ancestry.

Never mind that Debbie “White Dove” Porreco, an actual descendant of the real Pocahontas, has taken no offense to the mocking. Not only that, but she’s a fan of the president.

Learn more about her below:

“If Pocahontas were alive today, she’d be very proud of President Trump,” she said in a Sky News interview two years ago. “Just like Pocahontas was a heroine, Donald Trump is going to be our hero.”

She admitted during the interview that the president once asked her if his use of the term Pocahontas to mock Warren offended her.

“He said, ‘Does that offend you when I use that?’” Porreco recalled. “I told him no, it doesn’t offend me.”

But it does apparently offend Elizabeth Warren, who as a reminder is a white woman who spent the majority of her adult life pretending to be a Native American Indian, as noted by social media users:

But no, no,  no @ the latter tweeter, because remember, according to Warren, the president is the real “POS.” Why? Because she said so or something.


Vivek Saxena


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