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Elizabeth Warren Called Out After Speaking at Native American Conference

Senator Elizabeth Warren – a woman who is clearly as Caucasian as they come – is at it again with the claims that she is Native American, this time having the audacity to actually speak at a Native American conference.

As a young adult, Warren used her claim to Native American heritage in order to secure a job at Harvard University, and it’s a claim she’s stuck to ever since. As Warren’s public profile has risen, though, her claim that she is Native American has undergone plenty of scrutiny – scrutiny that the claim has not been able to stand up to.

In spite of the excellent record keeping of Native American genealogists, Warren has been unable to show one single ancestor that appears on the Native American registry. In fact, she’s so short on evidence that she is Native American that one of the only pieces of evidence she is able to point to is the fact that she once submitted a recipe to a Native American magazine.

Ever since Trump began calling Warren “Pocahontas” and dragging her over the coals for her absurd claim, people have started growing weary of Warren’s insistence that she is, in fact, Native American, including many true Native American who have demanded that she apologize for her years of false claims.

To hear Ben Shapiro hilariously dismantle Warren’s claim and her speech at the Native American conference, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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