Elizabeth Warren Gets Blindsided During On-Air Interview: 'The Original Rachel Dolezal'


Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren is a lying liar McLiarson.

And she keeps lying.

And it keeps catching up to her.

And it’s hilarious.

It probably shouldn’t be hilarious to see a grown woman and U.S. senator tell fib after fib after absurd fib, but I just can’t stop laughing when I hear her trying to explain away her rhetorical concoctions.

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I’ll try to stop laughing long enough to write this.

The 2020 Democrat presidential candidate appeared for an interview Friday on a radio show called “The Breakfast Club,” where she was questioned by host “Charlamagne Tha God.” (Yes. That’s his name.)

“The Native American thing — do you regret taking the DNA test,” he asked her.

Warren, you may remember, claimed for years that she had Native American ancestry, only to take a DNA test last year that showed she may have had a Native American ancestor … “6-10 generations ago.”

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This earned her plenty of criticism from some Native leaders, who pointed out that she was barely, if at all, Native American.

So the correct answer to Charlamagne’s question would have been, “Heck yeah. It was super stupid and made me look stupid and made all my staff look stupid and insulted every Native American in the entire country.”

However, her answer took a different turn.

“I can’t go back,” Warren said.

When Warren was pushed on why she would claim she was Native American when she really wasn’t, she turned up the meter to maximum fabrication.

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She attempted to explain her lie about her race by blaming it on her “Momma and my Daddy, and my aunts and my uncles.”

Warren tried to garner sympathy by recounting the tale as if she only advanced her race deception when she was a young fledgling covered in Elmer’s glue and glitter, completely helpless to potty on her own, much less find the truth for herself about her heritage.

But, dear reader, that is a four-Pinocchio lie.

Fauxcahontas was caught telling that fib after she graduated law school.

Did you read that?

After she went to law school — after she had presumably learned to investigate facts and not to assert things she can’t prove — she still hailed as a proud Native American.

The image in the link below shows how Warren, post-law school, still referred to herself as a Native American.

I’m not sure how they teach Evidence 101 at the law schools where Warren was a professor for several decades, but I would venture to guess that “Momma and Daddy” aren’t accepted legal authorities.

Charlamagne wasn’t going to let Warren off the hook for continuing to claim Native American ancestry well into her adult and professional life.

“Why’d you do that?” he asked.

Warren doubled down: “It’s what I believed. It’s what I learned from my family.”

After being asked when she found out that she was not Native American, Warren simply went back to her talking point that she doesn’t have an official association with a Native American tribe.

However, it’s the closing moment that takes the cake.

After hearing Warren’s less-than-believable story, Charlamagne opined, “You’re kind of like the original Rachel Dolezal, a little bit.”

“Rachel Dolezal,” he explained, was “the white woman pretending to be black.”

Now, I will reconvene the laughing.

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G.S. Hair is the former executive editor of The Western Journal.
G.S. Hair is the former executive editor of The Western Journal and vice president of digital content of Liftable Media.

After graduating law school from the Cecil C. Humphries School of Law, Mr. Hair spent a decade as an attorney practicing at the trial and appellate level in Arkansas and Tennessee. He represented clients in civil litigation, contractual disputes, criminal defense and domestic matters. He spent a significant amount of time representing indigent clients who could not afford private counsel in civil or criminal matters. A desire for justice and fairness was a driving force in Mr. Hair's philosophy of representation. Inspired by Christ’s role as an advocate on our behalf before God, he often represented clients who had no one else to fight on their behalf.

Mr. Hair has been a consultant for Republican political candidates and has crafted grassroots campaign strategies to help mobilize voters in staunchly Democrat regions of the Eastern United States.

In early 2015, he began writing for Conservative Tribune. After the site was acquired by Liftable Media, he shut down his law practice, moved to Arizona and transitioned into the position of site director. He then transitioned to vice president of content. In 2018, after Liftable Media folded all its brands into The Western Journal, he was named executive editor. His mission is to advance conservative principles and be a positive and truthful voice in the media.

He is married and has four children. He resides in Phoenix, Arizona.
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