by Kylie Handler, editor
On Wednesday night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson welcomed a Cherokee genealogist to his show — and what they discussed was very bad for Senator Elizabeth Warren’s 2020 hopes.
For years, Warren has claimed that her parents were forced into an elopement due to her grandparent’s dissatisfaction of her mother’s Native American heritage.
Wrong! Carlson and Genealogist Twila Barnes discussed Warren’s American Indian heritage claims and, not surprisingly, Barnes explained quickly that there is no chance that Warren is part of Cherokee heritage.
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Right off the bat, Carlson wanted to settle this long, drawn-out dispute, and so he asked, “So if you could please settle this for us since this is something that you’re expert in, is Elizabeth Warren a Cherokee Indian?”
“No,” responded Barnes just 37 seconds into the video.
Watch Barnes reveal the truth behind Warren’s lies —
“She has no family on the rolls, she has no indication of Indian ancestry anywhere in her lineage,” Barnes said.
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According to Barnes, no one in Warren’s family is registered with a tribe — meaning, there is no proof of Cherokee heritage.
Warren has been calling herself an American-ndian for several years, and rumors say she was granted a promotion on the basis of her claims while working at Harvard Law School.
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Barnes explained that Warren’s claims that her parents eloped does not match reality, either.
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“I don’t believe it is true, they were married by a prominent minister maybe 15 miles away.”
According to research done by Barnes, Warren’s parents had a small wedding and the most prominent minister in town officiated it. A minister with such high regard would not marry a couple in an elopement, especially if their parents did not approve.
Also, Warren’s aunt and uncle also had small weddings.
Barnes speculated that possibly it was just a tradition in Warren’s family to keep their weddings small at the time, which is not proof of an elopement.
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“She has no proof of anything and she’s a lawyer,” Barnes said of Warren.
Barnes did not want to speak for all American Indians, but she did speak up for those who have had enough of Warren’s lies. She explained that she knows of many in the tribe that are disgusted and appalled by Warren’s claims, they feel she has “appropriated” their heritage just for the sake of preferential treatment.
“It’s identity theft,” Carlson said.
If Warren had any respect for American Indians, she would be willing to take a DNA test — and many Americans are patiently waiting for those results.
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–Kylie Handler is a news editor for The Horn News