Skip to comments.Donald Trump Jr. bets Elizabeth Warren $10,000 that Kimberly Guilfoyle is 'more Native American'
Posted on 06/28/2018 6:43:09 AM PDT by COUNTrecount
Never mind Elizabeth Warren President Trump could soon have a Pocahontas in his own family.
And Donald Trump Jr. wants to make a sport of it.
In a segment on Fox News Channels The Five, the anchors took the popular 23 and Me DNA tests to determine their ancestry.
According to the tests, 6.1 percent of Kimberly Guilfoyles DNA is East Asian and Native American, with 5.3 percent definitely Native American and the rest possibly either.
The posting of the results by the conservative site Twitchy prompted the presidential son, who has been widely reported as dating Ms. Guilfoyle, to engage in some snark at Ms. Warrens expense and for the benefit of a Native American charity.
Ill make this interesting. Ill bet @SenWarren $10,000 to a Native American charity that @kimguilfoyle is more Native American than she is. [Let me know], he wrote on Twitter.
Ill make this interesting. Ill bet @SenWarren $10,000 to a Native American charity that @kimguilfoyle is more Native American than she is. LMK
LOL! Fox News Kimberly Guilfoyle could be more Native American than Elizabeth Warrenhttps://t.co/so3NqZsker Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) June 28, 2018
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There was no immediate reaction from the Twitter account of Ms. Warren that the younger Mr. Trump tagged.
I LOVE IT!
What a stupid nincompoop Grey Beaver is.
Me Cherokee Princess name of Gray Beaver ... Big Chief Yellow Hair make big haw haw when him say me have less Indian blood than loudmouth Newser ... Chief no consider me high cheekbones ... Chief no consider how me can whomp-em up Pow Wow Chow ... Chief no consider how me suckle papoose when me take bar exam ... thread heap unfair ... Me want Admin Moderator to pull-em thread faster than turkey turd fall from tall pine ... !!
According to our family lore, were all Cherokee and weve always taken some pride in that.
In recent years, though, several of us have taken the test and not one drop of Native American blood among us. Not one.
Were all a bit mystified, where did the family stories come from? We didnt expect high percentages, but none was a surprise.
I found the same thing! According to what a late uncle had told me, I should be 1/16th Cherokee - it was zero.
I will up the ante on Don Jr’s bet and bet 10,000 that Warren has zero Native American ancestry.
I read that different tests give difference results.
Maybe your family had Cherokee in-laws.
You might have Cherokee relatives through a mutual white ancestor.
The tests are irrelevant. The real issues is whether Warren feels more Native American than Guilfoyle.
You forgot Lieawatha! ; )
What's taking Elizabeth Warren so long to produce it?
'Cause it would show her to be a liar and a phony fake fraud.
Harvard doesn't have a problem with that, however.
P.S.: George A. Custer was a lifelong Democrat.
Trump version of Wack-a-Mole.
“You forgot Lieawatha! ; )”
Yeah, and don’t forget ‘Princess’ Chief Crazy Whores.
We did a dna text on our 17 year old granddaughter. Because of her birth father, she is 33% South American Indian. Beautiful skin, curly hair, and blue eyes.
She certainly has MUCH more femininity and sex appeal!
Family lore also went down my history as well. The story led to the great-great-grandmother who was dark-skinned, brought to southern Tenn by the husband, and claimed her mother was raped by Cherokee Indians (would have been in the 1770s-1780s).
Well, I took the DNA test and no Indian DNA came out of the results.
But that’s not really the end of the story. What did come was DNA results (.7 percent) from western Africa (probably the region of Gambia to Ghana). So the relative’s story was faked up by herself to avoid saying that she was a slave-child product with some plantation owner.
But that wasn’t really the end of the DNA business. There is a small bit of Ashkenazi Jewish blood (.5 percent showed up). That was not anticipated either. But I went back in family history, and there is this line of the family that lived ‘forever’ in France, and left in the 1650 time period....spending two generations in central Germany, and then leaving for Maryland. Somewhere in this two generation period, one of them married some local German, who probably was a product of some Ashkenazi Jewish family.
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