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Senate Candidate Refuses to Let Up on Elizabeth Warren’s Native American Con

U.S. Senate candidate V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai (R-MA) has been relentlessly hounding Sen. Elizabeth Warren over her false claims of Native American heritage, a fabrication she used to help propel her career at Harvard.

Ayyadurai’s campaign slogan is itself a direct shot at Warren – “Only a real Indian can defeat a fake Indian.”

Ouch!

Ayyadurai claims one of his most potent strategies is attacking Warren ‘from the left.’

“I can say, ‘Wait a minute, what do you know about the journey of a person of color?” he said. “You know nothing. This is all theory to you. Because you did lie. You took advantage of affirmative action.'”

 

Warren has been highlighted in the media of late, not for appropriating Native American heritage to benefit her career, but because President Trump mocked her seedy claims by calling her ‘Pocahontas.’

William Jacobson of Legal Insurrection, who has long been on the case of Warren’s misdeeds, reports that “she filled out her law school directory forms as Native American” which “improved her chances [of being hired at a top law school].”

That school, Harvard, then used Warren’s fabrication as proof that they were a diverse operation.

Axios reported, “In 1996, Harvard Law School touted Warren, then a professor at the university, as being “Native American” in a letter responding to criticism of the school’s lack of minority women.”

Jacobson previously pointed out that Warren “dishonestly claimed Native American, and specifically Cherokee, heritage for professional purposes.”

Ayyadurai, who is running as an Independent, will not allow those facts to simply go gently into the night.

 

In July, Ayyadurai sent Warren a DNA kit, challenging the far-left Democrat senator to prove her native American ancestry.

Ayyadurai sent a bought-and-paid-for DNA test kit from 23&Me to see if she was willing to prove her claims. He was saddened that the Massachusetts Democrat refused his thoughtful gift.

 

Former senator Scott Brown, who knows first hand about Warren’s fake minority status, has previously suggested a DNA test to prove that she’s part Cherokee.

Warren has denounced such tactics – attacking her as a ‘fake Indian’ and referring to her as ‘Pocahontas’ – as being racial slurs.

“What Trump did is not racist,” Ayyadurai insists. “She’s the racist … She shoplifted some other group’s race identity, and then when she’s exposed on it, she calls other people racist.”

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