For Commander In Chief

Elizabeth Warren will work to ensure all people have a chance to catch the American dream. If you elect her as Commander in Chief, Warren will work to repair the DNA of our nation and tax the top .098%. If you’re ever in her native land of Oklahoma, stop by for a hot bowl of her famous “pow wow chow!”

Elizabeth Warren for Chief 2020 Indian Facepaint and feather headdress

1/1024 Native American

As part of her announcement as a 2020 candidate for President, Elizabeth Warren released a five minute video detailing her family’s Native American heritage and topped it off with a DNA test to prove it. The problem? The test results showed a meager 1/64th – 1/1024th ancestry. Source

Rebuked by Cherokee Nation

The Cherokee Nation[…] released a blistering statement Monday in response to the test: “Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong[…] Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.” Source

Elizabeth Warren Pow Wow Chow Book Recipe

Elizabeth Warren's "Authentic" Native American Recipes

In 1984, Elizabeth Warren contributed several recipes to a book titled “Pow Wow Chow: A Collection of Recipes From Families of the Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole.” In it, she identified herself as “Cherokee” despite having practically no Native American ancestry. To make matters worse, it seems as if 3 of the 5 recipes were plagiarized word for word from a French cookbook published in the New York Times. Source 1, 2

Trevor Noah's Take On Warren's Ancestry

Elizabeth Warren for Commander in Chief or President 2020 with No Native American Heritage

Elizabeth Warren Consistently Appropriated the Native American Identity

Elizabeth Warren clearly had no qualms about taking advantage of her false identity as a Native American. From 1986 – 1995, she identified herself as a minority in a legal directory by the Association of American Law Schools. She also labeled herself as “Native American” on federal forms for her employer Harvard University. In fact, when criticized about their lack of diversity, a spokesman for Harvard called blonde-haired blue-eyed Warren “its first woman of color [professor].”  Source

Harvard Law School Hired its first woman of color, Elizabeth Warren, in 1995

I’m proud of my Native American heritage

Elizabeth Warren (2012)