March 12, 2018
Elizabeth Warren is bravely refusing the race bullies who are demanding that she take a DNA test to show she’s a feather Indian.
She’s also dropping out of the Presidential race that hasn’t started yet because well – people were going to keep asking her for that DNA test.
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Sunday ruled out a 2020 presidential run and taking a DNA test to prove Native American ancestry — an issue that has nagged her Senate campaigns and would almost certainly create problems in a White House bid.
“I’m not running for president,” Warren, a champion of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing, told “Fox News Sunday.”
When asked Sunday whether she’d agree to calls for genetic testing to resolve the heritage controversy, Warren launched into a family history, as purportedly told by her parents and grandparents, before saying, “It’s a part of who I am, and no one’s ever going to take that away.”
Warren, who is seeking a second Senate term this year, has been accused of saying she is of Native American heritage to help in securing jobs, including one as a Harvard law professor.
She has acknowledged identifying as a minority, but denies using such status to help advance her career.
President Trump has repeatedly called Warren, a Wall Street critic and potential White House rival, “Pocahontas,” a notable American Indian woman in colonial history, to highlight the controversy.
“Let me tell you a little bit about my family,” Warren said Sunday. “My mom and dad were born and raised out in Oklahoma, and my daddy was in his teens when he fell in love with my mother.
“She was a beautiful girl who played the piano. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her. And his family was bitterly opposed to that because she was part Native American.
I think she obviously is not an Indian. I don’t know what percentage she is claiming to be, and yes, Asian genes do tend to go on recess, but if she could prove it she would take the test.
But here’s the thing: she sure as hell looks like a blue-eyed white woman to me.
And the entire Jewish argument about race is that it doesn’t exist and is only defined by someone’s appearance. So based on this logic, the DNA test should already be irrelevant – she has lived her life with all of the “white privilege” we hear so much about, even if she is a genetically pure injun, and taking advantage of the affirmative action programs she used, she has taken away the advantage of colored people who do not benefit from these alleged privileges.
If we’re doing DNA tests to prove people are not white and thus deserving of special rewards from the state, this seems to be an admission that indeed there is a genetic component to race. Which I understood the system did not wish to admit at all.