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Elizabeth Warren Savaged On Social Media As DNA Gambit Backfires; Cherokee Nation Furious

Tyler Durden
October 16th, 2018
Zero Hedge
Comments (56)
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This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge

Update: The Cherokee Nation has issued a statement slamming Warren for her “continued claims of tribal heritage.”

“A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person’s ancestors were indigenous to North or South America. Sovereign tribal nations set their own legal requirements for citizenship, and while DNA tests can be used to determine lineage, such as paternity to an individual, it is not evidence for tribal affiliation. Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong. It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, who ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is prove. Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.”

– Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin, Jr.

Elizabeth Warren just owned herself after releasing a DNA test confirming that she’s as little as 1/1024th Native American – about half the percentage of the average white person.

What’s more, the DNA expert she used, Stanford University professor Carlos Bustamente, “used samples from Mexico, Peru, and Colombia to stand in for Native American” as opposed to, say, DNA from a Cherokee Indian which Warren has claimed to be throughout her career.

Adding to the absurdity are two major corrections by the Boston Globe (which has become the media mouthpiece of Warren’s 2020 damage control efforts of late), letting readers know that “Due to a math error, a story about Elizabeth Warren misstated the ancestry percentage of a potential 10th generation relative. It should be 1/1,024,” and later updating it to “between 1/64th and 1/1,024th Native American.”

The reactions to Warren’s botched “reveal” have ranged from tenderfoot to savage.

And a Benny Johnson superthread…

The Daily Caller‘s Benny Johnson laid out the Elizabeth Warren fraud in a 10-part tweetstorm which, in a rational world, would end the debate.

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Author: Tyler Durden
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  1. cranerigger says:

    The demonrats caused this type of idiocy by categorizing “preferred” citizens for acceptance in universities and in job acquisition. Why not allow academic competition decide who gets into the desired university? The continued preferential treatment for this group or that group perpetuates the original problem. Add a deranged Senator from a communist state and you’ve got real problems.

  2. Once again, the gods are laughing…. Meanwhile there are things of great import happening in the world.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What would the Cherokee nation have to say about who is and who isn’t an Indian?

    They shouldn’t be the ones that decide it, it is the person who identifies as one that should make the determination, the same way gender is determined.

    • SpudWeb says:

      Anon,
      You are a RETARD

    • SpudWeb says:

      Anon,
      You are a special kind of retard aren’t you?

    • Anon, wrong. You are what you are. Not what you claim to be. And the Cherokee have every right to say who is Cherokee and who isn’t.

      • TharSheBlows says:

        I am 1/16th Mohawk and looks like I would qualify for Tribal enrollent status with the Mohawk Nation. Also my European decendents landed in Boston Harbor in 1638 Documented on the Ship’s Manifesto of passenger lists.

      • Kevin2 says:

        Him

        ” And the Cherokee have every right to say who is Cherokee and who isn’t.”

        No, No, No. Remember each individual self determines what they are genetically. This is especially important when enrolling in a university and filling out a job application to receive the benefit of “diversity”.

        This is so going to backfire. I dated a woman decades ago that was half German (from Germany) and half US African American (her father was very light). She was blond with very blue eyes, far more “white” in appearance than by Italian family. Actually looked 100% German with a high (beautiful ass). Everyone will claim they are a minority thus diluting its advantages.

    • jon dowe says:

      You’re kidding, right? Lieawatha, is that you?

    • RickE. says:

      @ Anonymous; One can call themselves a chicken, but it doesn’t mean that they actually ARE one!

    • Kevin2 says:

      Anonymous

      “, it is the person who identifies as one that should make the determination, the same way gender is determined.”

      No, wishing doesn’t make it so. You do not create your own reality.

      OBTW newsflash:

      Penis = Male
      Vagina = Female

    • I don’t understand why no one else caught the snark in your comment.

      Pretty funny, I thought.

    • Beaumont says:

      People from different origins lived under the jurisdiction of the ‘civilized tribes’, or they would not have names of European people.

      To my knowledge, some Indians were allowed to call themselves white, instead of colored, on the census, when participating in govt programs, such as to adopt displaced white people, into their native households, from the orphan trains. As white people, they would receive more privileges or govt benefits.

      (Contrary to how it works, now.)

  4. the blame-e says:

    Elizabeth Warren “could,” “possibly” be 1/1024 (0.09%) Native American. That means one of her female ancestors mated with a Native American in 1650. Is that even possible?

  5. buttcrackofdoom says:

    LOCK HER UP! LOCK HER UP! LOCK HER UP!

  6. Beaumont says:

    You have passed the million dollar bet, by the skin of your teeth.

    Say the tribe is your favorite charity, or pay someone’s way through college.

    • only if trump gets to pay 1/1024th of the wagered amount…

      • Beaumont says:

        Percentage Indian Blood (PCIB) was not part of the challenge. Pay up, Trump. Then, pay up, Warren. Whomever gets the prize money will probably call you anything you say. You can be the Cherokee princess, because from the looks of it, they mainly seem to own a community center in the Ozarks. Use it to teach your traditions, instead of counting cards.

        Then, seeing as how we are so race conscious, again, restore the social contract for the WASP patriarchy. A single wage earner household with the common amenities.

  7. I don’t claim I’m Injun, even thought my great grandmother was. I got the pics and the brown eyes to prove it. I never considered it either an asset or liability. Don’t know what tribe she was from. Southern Illinois, Wayne county. Around 1870.

  8. Boyo says:

    The hilarity of #7 showing fauxcahantas with a fake Indian is awesome, even if the Indian is Iron Eyes Cody, an Italian American who played Indians.

    Iron Eyes Cody was the guy who played the crying Indian looking at pollution in an ad back in the 70s.

    • TharSheBlows says:

      Iron Eyes Cody was mostly Italian I believe. There was an episode on the Sopranos show that spelled this fact out. He was just an actor portraying a crying indian.

      • Boyo says:

        From IMDb

        Iron Eyes Cody

        Biography
        Iron Eyes Cody was born Espera or “Oscar” DeCorti, the son of two first-generation immigrants from Italy. In 1924 he moved to California, changed his name from “DeCorti” to “Corti” to Cody, and started working as an actor, presenting himself as a Native American. He married an Indian woman, Bertha Parker, and together they adopted two Indian sons, Robert and Arthur. Iron Eyes Cody lived and worked as an Indian for all his adult life; he labored for decades to promote Native American causes, and was honored by Hollywood’s Native American community in 1995 as a “non-Native” for his contribution to film.

  9. aljamo says:

    My sister sent off $50 for a DNA genealogy kit with a mouth swab to be returned for analysis. The result said 6% northern African descent and other mostly northern European. I’m as white as white can get. I didn’t know whites lived long ago in Africa. But then I heard all white people have some African ancestors.

    • Frank Thoughts says:

      The latest thinking on homo sapien origins does not uphold the Africa origin theory. And if you are logical about it, try putting a picture of some Africans on your computer beside some pictures of blonde women from Europe and tell me they are the same.

      Anthropological digs and genetic research now show that homo sapiens evolved in various places of the planet and also cohabitated with other homo species (neanderthal etc.). White Europeans have no genetic connection to Africa. They do not share the same physical characteristics nor do they have the same cognitive abilities, ie: still waiting for a Ghanian space base to emerge, or, let’s just be little less ambitious, an actually functioning and prospering African origin multinational company run by black Africans that is not a) corrupt, b) funded by aid, c) using stolen tech.

      • Kevin2 says:

        Frank Thoughts

        ” try putting a picture of some Africans on your computer beside some pictures of blonde women from Europe and tell me they are the same.”

        I’m not saying your wrong but a German Shepard and a Chihuahua both trace their linage from a wolf.

      • Beaumont says:

        I have an alternative theory.

        Genetic diversity does not mark the origin of a specie, but a self-incompatible hybrid, instead.

    • Beaumont says:

      North African (like Qaddafi) and sub Saharan are not the same, fwiw.

  10. Frank Thoughts says:

    Unfortunately, we have allowed a culture to develop where people use their ‘skin badge’ to claim victimhood and state benefits and job perks. Warren (who I think is a hottie by the way) lives in this mindset and thus reaches for whatever scintila of victimhood she can dredge up to get advantage. Whatever happend to judging people based only on their character and behaviour? When we have the most trash n@@ers demanding ‘respect’ constantly in videos and songs and on the streets, when we have people bilking the welfare system based on their ‘colonial oppression’ 200 or more years ago, then I guess it isn’t a surprise.

    Warren should just do oldie modelling and leave politics behind.

  11. Jim on Jerz says:

    Hey look! I’m an Indian too!

    What do I get?

    So, Liz is secretly white. The horror. Being responsible for so many inventions and discoveries is indeed troubling to those plagued with white guilt.

    To this who may respond about invasions and massacres, don’t bother. I am so so afflicted. Everything you see, do, hold, watch, listen to, drive, fly is a product of some evil white man.

    Get over it.

    Celebrate with a cell phone call.

  12. Anyone claiming to be part Indian (native American) should not be allowed to buy “fire water” or use phrases like “speak with fork tongue” or call anyone “Kemo Sabe”. They shouldn’t be allowed to ride a horse since they fall off so easily. All you have to do is to shoot off a gun and as many as three Indians fall off their horses at the same time. They should be required to live in a trailer on a reservation and sell trinkets at roadside stands. Elizabeth Warren (squaw).

  13. The real story that everyone is missing is not that a white woman at Harvard passed as a Native American. The real story is that at Harvard 67% of the student body is not white. Sixty seven per cent of Harvard’s student body is (((ju))).

    So they must be smarter? No. Actually white Europeans like Elizabeth Warren are smarter, but although white Europeans are high on the list of high achievers in high school, they are refused admittance into elite colleges.

    In this real scandal, Asians sued Harvard because Harvard (and all universities) discriminate in favor of ju students.

    To put this into perspective, ju is only less than 2% of the population, but 67% of Harvard’s student body.

    That, my friends, is discrimination.

    By the way, white Europeans are 60% of the U.S. population but only 12% of Harvard’s student body. Clearly, Harvard discriminated against white Europeans in order to give ju the upper hand.

    This Elizabeth Warren story is a smoke screen. I see smoke signals in that smoke screen.

    _

  14. Another lying Demo-crap

  15. M Edward says:

    It’s no surprise that Native Americans reject Senator Warren’s “claim” of Native American ancestry. I’m 6’3″, blonde and of primarily Scandinavian descent. My paternal grandmother was part Native American.

    Anytime that I’ve mentioned my Native American ancestry, people roll their eyes, as if to indicate that they think that I’m lying.

    I will say regardless, I’ve found most Native Americans to be racists.

    Whether they’re “angry” because of the colonization thing or just racists, I can’t say.

    None the less, it is what it is.

    No “reverse-racism”, just racism.

    So any “white” person who thinks anyone cares about their Native American ancestry, is kidding themselves.

    Most Americans are a bunch of jaded, low-IQ morons.

    Move along.

    • Norrak says:

      You are right about American Indians being racist. Most of them think they should marry in their own race only. My mother being 1/4 Cherokee and a small unknown amount of Blackfoot always said Indians were lazy. My mother’s other genetic makeup was English. My mother did not talk about her Indian heredity until after all her children were grown; in the early years being Indian was something you hid and was ashamed of. Her family also had a castle in England at some point in time, she talked about her American relatives inheriting it but had to return to England to claim it. No one ever returned to make that claim. My father was 1/4 Choctaw and a small unknown amount of Sac and Fox Indian. He didn’t talk much about being Indian either. The Choctaws were the first tribes forced to relocate to Oklahoma or as it was known then as Indian Territory. Of course everyone knows the Cherokees and the Trail of Tears, also forced to relocate to Indian Territory, AKA Oklahoma. My father was also English and Irish and Scandinavian. Anyway all Americans living in America whose relatives came here in the very early times probably do have some American Indian blood in them.

  16. mallardhen says:

    When my husband was a child the family secret was …his mother was born on a reservation on LINY and telling anyone was a big no-no as being Native was a sure road to discrimination of one kind or another. His mother died before we met and I didn’t find out about his heritage until about 7 or 8 years later, when I asked him about it I was told not to mention it, so as time went by his 2 sisters always seemed to be at odds about his mother and something; so one day being the curious person I am, I just plain asked what they were fighting about, answer was one said my mother isn’t NA, the said she is too, So off I went to the census records and low and behold there it was she was born and raised until age 15 on the reservation and appeared on the 1920 census report as NA.

    Isn’t funny how things have turned around from not telling anyone of your heritage to shouting it from the roof tops.

  17. the blame-e says:

    “Warren used offensive, racially charged language to defend her claims of Native American heritage, declaring that her family had “high cheekbones” like “all the Indians do.””

    Elizabeth Warren has high cheekbones because that’s the only way her big mouth can fit her face. Being an “injun” has nothing to do with it.

  18. Maranatha says:

    There’s a recent news story explaining the danger to all Americans because hackers easily penetrated the genetic databases used by these ancestry DNA companies. The morons who paid to uncover their ancestry have now given enough DNA that folks can be tracked regardless of participation. Only a fool gives up their privacy on purpose.

    In the future, you could be denied health insurance based on genetic testing and the ease of acquiring diseases and the need for expensive treatment. You could end up condemning your descendants to jail regardless of innocence.

  19. brian says:

    Ever notice how these primarily white people who claim some native American ancestry don’t claim African ancestors? Or Jewish ancestors? Or Latino? Racism?

    • the blame-e says:

      I don’t know why anybody would claim British ancestry. Look at what the Brits pulled in India, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and the American Colonies. Even at home with their own people — all these beheadings, and exsanguinations, and people being drawn and quartered. Animals. And while people were still alive. Brutal animals.

  20. southside says:

    My ancestor was a humble fisherman from Northern Italy,on my farthers side. My moms ancestors were middle class workers from Surrey,England. Nothing special except to me. I don’t expect any special considerations or set aside quotas. I wouldn’t accept them anyway.

  21. the blame-e says:

    Elizabeth Warren is one of those Progressive Socialist Democrats. She is an “Open Border” “Sanctuary City” supporter. Let her claim she is part illegal alien.

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