Instagram: GOP National Spokeswoman Harassed, Bullied or Blackmailed Warren by Posting Bar Card


Senator Elizabeth Warren may have hoped to sweep the 2020 elections and win her way into the Oval Office. But after an attempt to prove her Native American roots, it’s all beginning to fall apart for the senator. Her own DNA test, heralded by Warren as proof of Indian ancestry, only showed she is whiter than the average American.

While this may have impressed the Democratic Party of the early 20th Century, it doesn’t bode well for the Massachusetts Democrat considering the race-obsessed march of progression her party has recently taken.

Now a new piece of evidence showing Warren’s unrealistic view of her own race is circulating social media — despite an apparent attempt to censor it.

The Washington Post first broke the story of Elizabeth Warren’s registration card for the State Bar of Texas. On the card, “American Indian” was listed as Warren’s race — in her own handwriting.

The story quickly took off.

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One of those that picked it up was Kayleigh McEnany, spokesperson for the Republican National Committee. Shortly after posting a photo of the registration card on Instagram, however, the picture was deleted by the social media platform and McEnany was hit with a warning.

Although Instagram is owned by Facebook, McEnany’s post on Mark Zuckerberg’s infamous platform remains up. Her Twitter posts are also untouched.

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She noted that the pictures and posts were identical, yet only one was censored for “bullying,” “blackmailing,” and “harassment.” Unfortunately, censorship of conservatives is a widespread problem in big tech companies and culture.

“Instagram is targeting conservatives and actively trying to protect 2020 Dems,” McEnany wrote in a Twitter post. “The censorship from big tech of conservatives has to stop.”

After almost two days, Instagram finally responded.

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According to McEnany, the company lifted the censorship and actually apologized to her.

Although conservatives may have won this round, it reveals a deeper problem in big tech.

Instagram is owned by Facebook, a company that’s been engulfed in censorship and bias scandals of its own. Content the tech giant sends down the memory hole also seems to be overwhelmingly conservative.

McEnany’s post was a document filled out and signed by Elizabeth Warren — and contained a whopping lie by the Democrat’s own hand. The picture wasn’t bullying or harassment as Instagram claimed, but rather an embarrassing bit of history dredged up by a reporter.

If tech companies were allowed to get away with this, it’s anybody’s guess what they would do with their unchecked power.

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Jared has written more than 200 articles and assigned hundreds more since he joined The Western Journal in February 2017. He was an infantryman in the Arkansas and Georgia National Guard and is a husband, dad and aspiring farmer.
Jared has written more than 200 articles and assigned hundreds more since he joined The Western Journal in February 2017. He is a husband, dad, and aspiring farmer. He was an infantryman in the Arkansas and Georgia National Guard. If he's not with his wife and son, then he's either shooting guns or working on his motorcycle.
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