Elizabeth Warren is having an identity crisis. She continues to get EMBARRASSED for changing her ethnicity — and critics say it could kill her 2020 presidential hopes before they even begin.
All because of one yellow piece of paper — her State Bar of Texas registration card.
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Photos surfaced of her 1986 registration card this week — and it shows that Warren listed her own ethnicity as “American Indian” over 30 years ago.
Suspicious timing for this to come out. It’s almost like Elizabeth Warren is trying to hide what I’ve said all along about taking advantage of her fake Native American heritage at the expense of real Native Americans and minorities. pic.twitter.com/ZeKbYa23Jq
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 6, 2019
Warren told the reporters: “So all I know is during this time period, this is consistent with what I did because it was based on my understanding from family stories. But family stories are not the same as tribal citizenship.”
That’s far different than what she’s said in the past, when she claimed she had no idea that employers were referring to her as a Native American.
Warren had even gone as far as getting a DNA test done to prove her Native American heritage — a move that was condemned by the Cherokee Nation as an offensive political stunt.
In the past, Warren has claimed she did not know that Harvard Law had referred to her as a minority. This yellow slip proves that must be a lie. It proves that Warren has been knowingly claiming minority status since the Texas State Bar in 1986 — and has been hiding it ever since.
The little yellow paper bombshell has backed the embattled Massachusetts senator into a corner. On Wednesday, Warren admitted that even more documents may be out there with her ethnicity listed as American Indian.
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Once again, identity politics — an issue the Democrats hang their hat on — has come back to blow up in one of their brightest star’s face.
Watch Warren’s apology below —
This is so embarrassing … @SenWarren is a TOTAL FRAUD.
It's pretty obvious she used "American Indian" on forms to get ahead.
Imagine if a WHITE REPUBLICAN had done this.. there would be calls for them to resign immediately. WHERE'S THE OUTRAGE?!?!?! #Warren pic.twitter.com/gF6owuv3CM
— Stephanie Hamill (@STEPHMHAMILL) February 6, 2019
— The Horn editorial team