Skip to comments.Audio: Cherokee genealogist says itís time for Elizabeth Warren to come clean
Posted on 05/16/2012 6:12:29 PM PDT by dewawi
You see, Ms. Warren, some of us have independently done our own research and we know you have no documentation supporting your claim of Cherokee ancestry.* We wonder why you believe you have the right to claim Cherokee ancestry and to call yourself a Native American when you have no evidence to support your claim. While you cling to a family story and the inaccurate report that ONE document was found that supports your claim, we real Cherokees understand that those things mean nothing. You see, we Cherokees have lots and lots and lots of documentation supporting our claims of our ancestry. Our Cherokee ancestors are found on every roll of the Cherokee Nation (30+ rolls!) dating back to before the removal and in all sorts of other documentation, including but not limited to claims against the US government for lost property; the Moravian missionary records; ration lists before and after the forced removal, etc
yet your ancestors are found in NONE of those records
(Excerpt) Read more at hotair.com ...
Won't hold my breath waiting for Brian Williams to report on this...
Didn’t Brian Williams think of Clinton as the first black President? Guess we’re lucky liberals didn’t dub him the first Cherokee President - they have no shame...
Would LOVE to see someone investigate if her two adult children pulled the same scam for college admissions and job applications.
How about administering one of those $100 genome project kit dna tests? This whole situation is just too damn delicious...
pants on fire
I disagree, she should double-down and come out with a headdress and cooked corn in her hands.
He’s right - it’s time for her to admit the truth.
She’s half African-American.
That graphic speaks volumes about the silliness they believe.
I thing Ward Churchill gave her technical advice on the advantages of being a “fake” Indian.
half-breed, how I learned to hate the word ...
it is pretty common to have indian ancestry if you are from the south even if it is 19th century. AFter that many generations, it only appears in limited traits sporadically.
What I would love to see is for the people who competed with EW for jobs file a lawsuit against her and Harvard for cheating them out of their chance. Wouldn’t that be grand?
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