REAL Native American Challenges Faux-Cahontas to Epic Feat…Will She Accept?

Oooooo sound the alarms and make the popcorn….Faux-cahotas has been challenged to a DUAL! Okay, well not really a dual, but it is still a pretty epic challenge.

Here it is: a Native American wants Elizabeth Warren, who is notoriously known as pretending to be a Cherokee Indian, to take a DNA test to prove her heritage. This is great.

An actual Indian — albeit an Indian from India — has challenged Warren, code-name “Pocahontas,” to follow his lead and take a DNA test to prove her heritage, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

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In a video posted to Twitter on Sunday, Indian-born Massachusetts senatorial candidate V.A. Shiva filmed himself holding a “23andMe” DNA testing kit that had just arrived in the mail and challenging “Pocahontas” to purchase one for herself.

He said, “All I got to do is send some of my saliva, and I’ll know in a few short days whether I’m a real Indian or not,” Shiva continued, “I want to challenge Elizabeth Warren to do the same. “I’m calling this now the ‘Real Indian vs Fake Indian’ challenge. Elizabeth, why don’t you do this? It’s really, really simple.”

*Mic Drop*

Will she accept the challenge? We can only hope!


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