Warren has always been ridiculed by President Donald Trump for claiming Native American ancestry, with Trump dubbing her "Pocahontas" and accusing her of claiming minority status for personal and career gain.
An ancestor six generations removed would make Warren 1/64th Native American while an ancestor as much as 10 generations removed would render the Massachusetts Democrat only 1/1024th Native American, according to Blaine Bettinger, a genealogist and author who specializes in DNA evidence.
She had to do it.
"Now, the President likes to call my mom a liar", Warren says in the video.
In fact, Trump did promise $1 million, during a July rally, but only if the test showed she was "an Indian". His reaction upon hearing the news?
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But whatever Warren intended, the conversation about her test results predictably degenerated into a back-and-forth about whether she is or is not Native American-and the answer to that is clear.
Warren also did the same at "Harvard University Law School, where she was a tenured faculty member starting in 1995".
Did addressing the issue at this crucial time and prolonging the fight help other Democrats, the party or just her? And, until recently, there was virtually no way to prove or disprove it. Elizabeth Warren's claims of Indigenous ancestry. As far as I was concerned, the Irish Connor clan (my maiden name) comprised an entire IL tribe.
"She basically has no Native American blood in her system". "It's like the Kool-Aid Man saying, "I don't actually care about Kool-Aid.' No no no no no - you jumped through my f*uckin" wall because you were that excited that I was maybe doing to drink Kool-Aid, and now I have to call a contractor to fix this sh*t". Furthermore, name me one nation or tribe that claims her.
Meanwhile, what is all this business about pride in one's genetic heritage, especially at the minuscule percentages under discussion? In an essay on CNN's website, Moya-Smith, whose forthcoming book is titled, "Your Spirit Animal is a Jackass", echoes other Native American writers and activists who decry Warren's absence on issues of great concern to tribal communities, including poverty, education, pipeline incursion controversies and crises of high sexual assault rates on reservations.
For decades, Warren had claimed to have Native-American heritage-dating back to 1984 when she reportedly called herself a Cherokee in a local Oklahoma cookbook.