Trump Wins Again As Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren Finally Forced To Apologize To Native Americans For Pretending To Be An Indian

In October 2018, in response to President Trump’s “Pocahontas” taunts, she released the results of a DNA test that showed a minuscule amount of Native American ancestry, some six generations in the past. She privately apologized to the Cherokee Nation for the DNA test. The controversy threatened to engulf her campaign at its launch, but the Massachusetts senator weathered it, releasing detailed policy proposals while steadily rising in the polls.
Warren apologizes to Native Americans: 'I am sorry for harm I have caused'
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Appearing at the Native American Presidential Forum in Sioux City, Iowa, on Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren apologized for having made unfounded claims of tribal descent.

Elizabeth Warren for nearly 3 years now has protested over, and over and over again that she was not lying when she claimed native American ancestry. She went so far as to even make a mockery of Indian culture by taking a DNA test that made her a laughing stock when it showed she has 1/1,024 Cherokee DNA in her system. She even lied about it to get a sweet gig at Harvard that was only available to ‘people of diversity’.

But now here in 2019, when she is actually running for president, she decided to finally say what Trump has been saying all along and admit she clung to the lie of Native American ancestry for all this time. Warren has no chance of actually winning, for that matter neither do any of the other Democrats running, but it was nice to see Trump proven right once again. So does this mean she has to give back the nearly half million of dollars in salary that Harvard paid her to be an “American Indian” professor? 🤔

Elizabeth Warren apologizes to Native Americans: ‘I am sorry for harm I have caused’

FROM YAHOO NEWS: “Like anyone who’s being honest with themselves, I know that I have made mistakes,” Warren said before her speech. “I am sorry for harm I have caused. I have listened, and I have learned a lot.” Her apology was greeted with applause. Warren was introduced by Rep. Deb Haaland, D-N.M., one of two Native American women in Congress.

Warren, who was born in Oklahoma, had self-identified as part Cherokee in the past, based on what she now concedes was family legend. Although Harvard once listed her as a minority faculty member for statistical purposes, she never sought membership in the tribe. Many tribes, including the Cherokee Nation, zealously guard tribal identity and are offended by casual, unsupported claims of descent.

In October 2018, in response to President Trump’s “Pocahontas” taunts, she released the results of a DNA test that showed a minuscule amount of Native American ancestry, some six generations in the past. She privately apologized to the Cherokee Nation for the DNA test.

The controversy threatened to engulf her campaign at its launch, but the Massachusetts senator weathered it, releasing detailed policy proposals while steadily rising in the polls.

An Iowa Starting Line-Change Research poll released last week showed Warren leading among likely Democratic Iowa caucus-goers with 28 percent, 11 points ahead of both former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, who were tied for second. It was a 16 percent bump from Warren’s support in a similar poll in May.

And while Biden still leads in most national polls, Warren has worked her way into second in the most recent Quinnipiac (21 percent, to Biden’s 32) and Fox News (20 percent, to Biden’s 31) surveys.

At a rally in New Hampshire last week, Trump told supporters that he could “revive” the Pocahontas attack against Warren if she becomes the nominee. “Don’t worry, we will revive it,” the president said. “It can be revived.”

Warren’s appearance at the two-day forum comes following her release of a plan to help Native Americans. Eight other Democratic presidential candidates, including Sanders and Julián Castro, are scheduled to appear. Earlier Monday, Marianne Williamson drew applause at the Native American when she vowed if elected to remove the portrait of Andrew Jackson from the Oval Office. READ MORE

Elizabeth Warren Apologizes To The Native American Community

Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire, NBC News correspondent Carol Lee, Move On’s Karine Jean-Pierre, and Politico’s Jake Sherman on Senator Elizabeth Warren apologizing to Native Americans, saying she’s made mistakes and is sorry for the harm she caused.

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