A newly unearthed video could spell big trouble for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.
For decades, Warren used false claims that she was a Native American to advance her career – until a DNA test proved her wrong.
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Newly uncovered footage shows more to the story than Warren originally told, though — and it’s far worse than just lies.
A local reporter, doing the interview in the Warren home in 2012, asked if she had “anything in the house that reflects her Native American heritage.”
“I have plenty of pictures,” Warren replied, but coldly told the reporter: “They’re not for you.”
“I have plenty of pictures…”
Comments by Warren in this new video can only mean one of two things: Either she could have some very offensive images – including, potentially, the Native American equivalent of blackface photos.
Or she lied… yet again!
So where are those pictures? Who’s in them? How are they dressed? And what are they doing?
Either these pictures don’t exist, which is a problem. Or they do – and that could be an even bigger issue for Warren.
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While liberals seem to think President Donald Trump concocted the issue of her false claims about her heritage out of thin air, the truth is that the local press was all over the issue during that 2012 campaign.
The Boston Herald combed through Association of American Law Schools’ directories and found Warren had falsely listed herself as a “minority” professor.
And when she was at Harvard University and the school was under fire for a too-white faculty, officials there infamously touted her as an example of a “minority” in the staff and bragged about Warren being their first tenured “woman of color.”
Warren then took that DNA test last year to supposedly settle the claims once and for all.
It backfired badly.
The results showed she is not an American Indian by any reasonable definition or interpretation, with a Native American ancestor between six and 10 generations back.
American Indian groups were outraged by the political stunt.
“Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong,” Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. said in a news release. “It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven.”
Warren first tried to apologize privately to Native American leaders, but that didn’t cut it.
Eventually, she had to go public with her apology.
“Like anyone who’s been honest with themselves, I know that I have made mistakes,” she said earlier this year. “I am sorry for harm I have caused. I have listened and I have learned a lot, and I am grateful for the many conversations that we’ve had together.”
Now, it looks like there will be many more of those conversations still to come.
And they won’t get any easier.
If there are photos of her in brown or black face…
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She’s likely holding her breath until she turns blue.
— Walter W. Murray is a reporter for The Horn News. He is an outspoken conservative and a survival expert, and is the author of “America’s Final Warning.”