Cherokee Nation Member Calls For Elizabeth Warren To Apologize… She’s Doubling Down!

An Oklahoma Republican Markwayne Mullin an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation is calling on Sen. Elizabeth Warren to apologize for claiming Native American heritage.

“The idea that she continues to double down on this lie is the most disgusting thing to me. What she was trying to do was put this bed so she could run against President Trump in 2020, and it is backfiring on her.”

More lies from Democrats. So what else is new? Elizabeth Warren gets “The Rachel Dolezal” award for 2018 but as someone else has noted her name should be PRINCESS SPREADING BULL… She is a white person who used privileges that were meant for a minority to advance her own agenda.

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An Oklahoma Republican and enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation is calling on Sen. Elizabeth Warren to apologize for claiming Native American heritage.

Warren (D-Mass.) on Monday published the results of a DNA test as a rebuttal to President Donald Trump, who has long mocked her questionable ancestral claims by referring to her as “Pocahontas.”

While the results indicated Warren may indeed have some Native American heritage – anywhere from 1/64 to 1/1,024 – Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) is “extremely disappointed” to see her exaggerate her ancestry for political and professional purposes.

On “Fox & Friends” Tuesday, Mullin pointed to a 2014 study by Harvard University and 23andMe that found that European Americans tested overall for 0.18 percent Native American ancestry, while Warren’s results show she may have as little as 0.09 percent. More

The Cherokee Nation responded to the results of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test on Monday, arguing that “a DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship.” The response came after she revealed that, based on tests, she has Native-American ancestry “in the range of 6-10 generations ago.” Update to this story.

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