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Video – Cherokees to Elizabeth Warren: “You can’t even look me in the eye”

Video – Cherokees to Elizabeth Warren: “You can’t even look me in the eye”

The group Cherokees Demand Truth From Elizabeth Warren has released a video about their trip to Boston, when Warren refused to meet with them.

The women wanted to provide Warren with documentary evidence of her genealogy showing that Warren was not Cherokee, and to present her with issues facing real Native Americans.

Instead, Warren’s campaign falsely accused the Cherokees of working for the Brown campaign. While the Warren campaign demonized the women (and even me), the Warren campaign never disputed the genealogical facts presented by the women that Warren is not and never was Cherokee.

In fact, we have learned that Warren’s own nephew researched her family’s supposed Native American ancestry a decade ago, and termed it a rumor.  Yet upon that rumor Warren built a personal and professional racial narrative.

The title of the video is “Cherokees Still Demand Truth From Elizabeth Warren.”

The text in the video includes the following:

How do you walk with your head held high?

You can’t even look me  in the eye.


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That’ll leave a mark.

It needs to be compressed into a commercial, and FUNDED.

Perhaps if the Cherokee women came to Boston with a boatload of “wampum”, Lieawatha would meet with them. I can’t believe the dems nominated this nitwit tool to be their candidate … what an utterly disgusting example of humanity.

What’s the current polling..anybody know?

This may be unpopular, but I’m of two minds on this. On the one hand, Elizabeth Warren is just a flat-out conniving, calculating con artist. On the other hand, this video promotes “victimology”. Haven’t we had enough? There is little or no discrimination against Indians any more, and no reason for any indivdual to remain out of mainstream American society in conditions that are sub-par.

    GrumpyOne in reply to janitor. | July 16, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    While I tend to agree with you I would state further that native Americans have become victims of a dependency era championed by the current regime in DC.

    Just another source for votes…

    L.N. Smithee in reply to janitor. | July 16, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    I know what you mean, but this crowd not only lives by this kind of politics, they live on it. Saul Alinsky has recommended that radicals force their enemies to live by their own rules, and that’s not evil in itself.

    Uncomfortable as it may be, the native Americans’ case vs. Warren must be pressed. Otherwise, it would be as if after pointing and laughing at the likes of Bill Clinton, John Edwards, and Anthony Weiner, the GOP nominated Mark Sanford to run against Obama. No way would the MSM allow Republicans to conduct such a campaign without the word “hypocrisy” to hit the airwaves every minute 24/7 before the election.

    In addition, someone should put a camera in James Earl Jones and/or Ron Reagan Jr’s faces and quiz them about how Warren should respond to the Cherokees. How come, you ask? Both of them were in the 1986 comedy Soul Man, starring then-hot young actor C. Thomas Howell.

    The protagonist: Mark Watson, a rich kid accepted to Harvard Law School. The problem: His loaded folks refuse to pay his way. He doesn’t qualify for a scholarship. The solution: Megadoses of tanning pills. Then he applies for and receives a scholarship reserved for one African-American applicant. The complications: He isn’t prepared for the discrimination he suffers as a black freshman; He gets a crash course in the black experience; He ends up falling in love with the authentic black student who would have received the scholarship (Howell’s real-life wife Rae Dawn Chong), and she’s struggling to pay for tuition herself; He’s somehow got to explain his appearance when he meets with his parents again.

    Here’s the trailer, complete with an announcer saying “Some people will do anything to get into Harvard.” I guess that means getting into the faculty, too.

Some people just have no shame. Most of them are democrats/liberals who are seldom in touch with reality.

The BIG question is will the people of MA do the right thing and elect the Republican who is obviously the minority in the Bay State.

I guess that it can be safely stated that Republicans are a minority in most New England states…

1. How do you walk with your head held high?
You can’t even look me in the eye.

Actually, Warren does not walk with her head held high. She holds it thrust forward, like Gollum or Grima Wormtongue.

2. I regret taking issue with commenters who call Warren a fool or nitwit, but she is not. To call her that is to underestimate her. She is not a fool or nitwit. She knows exactly what she is doing. She is evil.

3. It’s true that most of the people who will vote for her are thoughtless or foolish, but not all of them. Some, like Warren herself, know exactly what they are doing. Her big donors, especially the out-of-state ones, know exactly what they are doing.

    logos in reply to gs. | July 16, 2012 at 6:17 pm

    I agree. Squaw Warren is the chosen one to push the socialist agenda. If she wins in MA, her next step is the national stage. President Warren, perhaps?

She is deranged to the extent Nancy Pelosi is. Perhaps she too has a jail she could put all of you in, much like Pelosi’s imaginary jail she claimed exists in the House of Representatives:

Continuing, Pelosi said on Wednesday to The Huffington Post, “I’m not kidding. There’s a prison here in the Capitol. If we had spotted him (Karl Rove) in the Capitol, we could have arrested him.”

LukeHandCool | July 16, 2012 at 5:44 pm

The closest she’ll ever come is owning a Jeep Cherokee.

“Yet upon that rumor Warren built a personal and professional racial narrative.”

Well … didn’t the president just say the other day that the biggest mistake of his presidency so far is getting the policy right but not telling the American people a “story”?

A bit off topic:

I’d like to get our 11-year-old daughter’s and her friend’s take on this issue.

I took them to see the movie “Ice Age” today, which was funny, but they provided me with the biggest laugh of the day.

We were running late, and pulled into the parking structure. It has an electronic sign outside the entrance telling you how many open spaces there are. There were something like only 30 open spaces left, so you knew you had to drive to at least the top two levels (7 and 8).

Naturally, because we’re running late, we’re behind a guy driving about one-mile-per-hour so I’m pulling my hair out because it’s taking forever! He’s driving an SUV with an Obama 2012 bumper sticker. This is the conversation between our 11-year-old daughter and the only friend of hers I know of whose parents are Republicans. It’s obvious kids pick things up from their parents. These girls are future weapons in the GOP’s arsenal. They were cracking me up. This was their conversation:

Our daughter: Why do guys with Obama stickers always drive like girls?

Her friend: Maybe he just got his driver’s license … and he’s drunk.

Our daughter: Maybe he couldn’t find his driving glasses … because he’s sitting on them. Daddy, can’t you honk at him?

TrooperJohnSmith | July 16, 2012 at 7:34 pm

R. Carlos Nakai flute music adds the perfect touch of class to this video. Nice!

If the electorate of the esteemed Commonwealth elect this reprehensible, heritage-stealing woman their US Senator, I’ll wager ANYONE, and give fine odds too, that she offers herself up to oversee Indian affairs and takes maximum advantage of her “Native” roots. From where I sit, it’s a sucker bet. That’s because if a candidate has this much unmitigated gall, and still gets elected, she will feel quite free to continue as a sitting US Senator. Nothing feeds the Hubris demon like getting away with sh!t!

I’m so mad, I could bite fu*king 20d nails in two, right now! 👿

Another Democratic candidate for office has been caught trying to pass herself off as a member of a minority group -the LGBT community.

“But political pandering took an odd turn in Madison, Wis., last year, when Democratic soon-to-be-congressional-candidate Kelda Helen Roys addressed a gay-pride parade near the steps of the state capitol. In a show of solidarity with the LGBT marchers, Roys referred to how she and her “partner” fled to neighboring Iowa to get married, since gay marriage was legal there.

The only problem is, Roys’s “partner” is a man named Dan Reed — a fact she never mentioned during her speech. She could have gotten married in the Madison-area district she currently represents in the state legislature. “She was clearly trying to represent herself as a member of the LGBT community,” said Katie Belanger, executive director of Fair Wisconsin, the state’s most visible LGBT-rights organization.

It makes sense that Roys would want to garner the gay vote in the Second Congressional District. The district is represented by the openly gay Tammy Baldwin (who is leaving the seat to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Herb Kohl), and her challenger for the Democratic nomination is state assemblyman Mark Pocan, who is openly gay.

But LGBT advocate groups aren’t thrilled with Roys’ ruse. Belanger called Pocan and Baldwin “courageous” for being openly gay while in public office. “So when you have a candidate trying to mislead or play cute, it’s troubling,” said Belanger. (Fair Wisconsin has endorsed Pocan.)”

It looks like the Cherokee People and all Indian tribes for that matter need Lifelock to protect their heritage from identity theft.

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