Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Actual Cherokees Demand Fake-A-Hontus Cease And Desist

Yes, Elizabeth Warren, AKA Princess Passes Bull is in deep trouble with real Cherokees:

A group of more than 150 Cherokees—enrolled Cherokees and descendants from the three federally recognized Cherokee tribes, the Cherokee Nation, the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians—demanded today that Elizabeth Warren tell the truth about her "Cherokee" ancestry and identity. {...}

Twila Barnes and David Cornsilk are spokespeople for the group.

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Ms. Barnes had a direct message for Elizabeth Warren:

I would like to meet with Ms. Warren, in person, and explain why her false claim of Cherokee ancestry is an issue. She can ignore the questions of a reporter, but can she ignore the questions of a real Cherokee?

Though our ancestors suffered, they also overcame and thrived, but they paid a very high price for us to be able to claim our heritage. That heritage belongs to us, and no one else. For Ms. Warren to have claimed that heritage and used it for her own selfish purposes is disrespectful and disgusting.

The most comical aspect of this is that Elizabeth Warren could have stopped this at any time. All she had to say was 'This is part of a long family tradition, and it may have been mistaken. Sorry about that.'

It all would have blown over. Instead Dances-With-Socialism was so obsessed with her own mythology and had been lying about it for personal gain for so long, she believed her own horse manure and was arrogant enough to believe she was going to continue to get away with it.

Given that it's Massachusetts and anything could happen but I have a feeling that Speaks-With-Forked-Minority-Status just might not end up in the U.S. Senate in 2012.


louielouie said...

living about 55 miles from park hill, oklahoma, my only comment would be that meeting would be of political animals. maybe of different stripes, but political animals nonetheless.

Anonymous said...

Everything is political, or can be made to appear so. The Warren campaign has wrongly painted the Cherokees concerned about fake Cherokees and her in particular, as rubes of the Scott Brown campaign. How insulting is that, plenty, IMO. When the issue was first raised by Cherokees, NOT SCOTT BROWN, Warren was facing another democrat. Not one person claimed the other democrat was behind the Cherokees concerns. Not until she was removed from the ballot did the Warren campaign begin their offensive to discredit the Cherokees by labeling them as right wing extremists or in collusion with same. They completely ignored the fact that all of the Cherokees directly involved are liberal leaning democrats and independents. Warren has consistently lied about her ancestry and has not been forthcoming about how she used her false claim to get ahead at Penn and Harvard. Like other fakes before her, the best examples being Ward Churchill and Andrea Smith, her day is coming.