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Why won’t Elizabeth Warren apologize to Native Americans?

Why won’t Elizabeth Warren apologize to Native Americans?

My interview on the Lars Larson Show: “What is the personality problem that she has that she will not simply apologize?”

I appeared on October 15, 2018, on the Lars Larson Radio Show to talk about Elizabeth Warren’s rollout of her DNA results via The Boston Globe.

For my prior review of the Globe article and DNA report, see my prior post, Elizabeth Warren DNA test does NOT prove she’s Native American, contrary to the hype.

I also discussed the issue on Tucker Carlson Tonight, and in a post reviewing how Warren scored an own goal, Elizabeth Warren DNA test responding to Trump’s mocking solidifies her brand as a fake.

I enjoy appearing on Lars’ show, which I’ve done many times, because he asks really pointed question and has a good understanding of whatever the issue of the day is.

And so it was. The audio is at the bottom of the post.

Here are some key quotes:

“She cannot trace, or name, any ancestor of hers who was Native American. And in fact, Cherokee Genealogists, when this first became a controversy in 2012, went back and traced her lineage going back to the early 1800s, essentially as far as there were records, and there is zero evidence that she has any Native American ancestry.”

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“This whole [DNA] thing is ludicrous, and she’s out there with the Boston Globe essentially promoting her explanation, saying ah hah, look, I’m Native American because I might be anywhere from 1/64th to 1/1024th, believe it or not, 1/1000th Native American if you go back 10 generations. It’s preposterous. If you or I were in that position, would never claim a status, a preferred status under law, based on some flimsy excuse like that. I think she’s got problems.”

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“The Boston Globe dating back to 2012 has essentially served as Elizabeth Warren’s press office. They did this back in 2012. What she does, she gives them exclusive to family members, exclusive access to documents, and they run with her story line. And they did it back in 2012, and they’ve done it multiple times in the last 3-4 months as she’s getting ready to run… They simply took off the shelf a report she commissioned, she obtained, which even on its face is almost laughable, that she might be 1/1000th Native American based on a DNA database which doesn’t even include Native Americans in it. This is really preposterous.”

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“What she has done is, she has created two things. She thought she was going to settle a problem, instead she’s make herself a laughingstock. And two, she has actually forced Native American, and this is an official tribal statement from the Cherokee Nation, saying that she is undermining their interests by continued claims of tribal heritage. So I think she’s made a lot worse than it was.

The question I’ve always had for her, is we know what happened here. She tried to cheat, she tried to rig the system for herself. Why doesn’t she just apologize? What is the personality problem that she has that she will not simply apologize?”

***

“I think what she doesn’t realize is people are laughing at her, not with her. What she has done here with this ludicrous DNA test, she should have come out and said I had my DNA tested, it’s such a miniscule fraction, at 1/1000th, I really never should have claimed, I didn’t know this before, but now I do apologize to the Cherokee people and to other Native Americans. It would have created a little bluster for a week or two, but you know what, it would have served her much better. People have to ask, why won’t she just apologize?”

Here is the audio (click link here if Soundcloud embed doesn’t load)

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Professor, thank you for keeping at it all these years. Elizabeth Warren deserves to go down in flames, the sooner the better.

    Colonel Travis in reply to Rab. | October 17, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    Yeah, Prof. has been terrific and she deserves to be kicked off the public stage forever. It is disgusting what she’s done.

    Just spitting in the face of tribes like her Trail Of Tears ancestor.

Bucky Barkingham | October 17, 2018 at 7:22 am

Unless and until Pocahontas becomes an actual Presidential candidate we should stop giving her so much attention.

    No, she timed this precisely because she hoped that’s what people would do. If she hadn’t received stiff pushback on this nonsense she and her prog allies in the press would have established this narrative, allowing her to “push through” and turn the negative into a positive. The days of allowing these people to pull their Alynsky tricks need to be over.

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Paul. | October 17, 2018 at 2:07 pm

      Alynsky must be burning in Hell right now – figuratively.

      Caught an old Dick Cavett episode with Alynsky on it.

      The guy didn’t act right. Alynsky moved weirdly, spoke weirdly, almost as though he was the “male” version of Hillary Clinton.

      He spoke a lot, I mean a lot, but all he spoke meant absolutely nothing. There was no “there” there.

      That’s my opinion anyways.

    KakarotWasTaken in reply to Bucky Barkingham. | October 19, 2018 at 10:12 pm

    WRONG! Fauxcahontas was trying to vaccinate herself against the “fake Indian” claim. She was hoping this would be smothered by the election coverage, and could be dismissed as “old news” by the next (hopefully presidential) election.

    That might have worked if she had has even a little more ‘Indian’ blood than the typical European-American.

    Why she didn’t just drop the whole idea and own up after the DNA tests, who knows. Maybe she thought folks at the NY Times & Washington Post would carry her through.

If she apologizes, she will be adminiting that she is NOT a Victim.

    Tom Servo in reply to MattMusson. | October 17, 2018 at 9:38 am

    That’s a big part of it – when your entire professional and political persona is built on the idea of You as Victim, it’s almost impossible to undercut that and say “ok, I was just kidding all that time.”

    And now it’s absolutely impossible for her to backtrack, now that Trump has gotten in on the game – she’s doubled down so many times that she’s now “all-in”, no matter what happens. Any walkback to the claim is going to be greeted by Trump laughing and pointing and doing the infamous Nelson Laugh (HA ha!) and she cannot possibly bear to see that happen. So she’s locked onto her current course, even though it means her presidential hopes are going to augur into the ground pretty rapidly.

      pwaldoch in reply to Tom Servo. | October 17, 2018 at 2:46 pm

      And the woman card has been worn out by Hillary Clinton, so she needs something to help shore up her “victim status creds”.

        C. Lashown in reply to pwaldoch. | October 17, 2018 at 5:40 pm

        “…so she needs something to help shore up her “victim status creds”.”

        There is a solution she could apply that would raise her reputation while at the same time attacking President Trump, but would not allow her to run in the presidential race.

        Suicide. She could commit suicide and leave a note how it was all Trumps fault because he constantly ‘mocked’ her and her family. YIKES! Every woman in America and every Democrat would be out howling at the moon over something like that. I wonder if she has that level of commitment?

          Tom Servo in reply to C. Lashown. | October 17, 2018 at 6:35 pm

          You know what, that is a darned good idea. I want her to know that I for one will vote for her if she will do that. Maybe we should start an online petition!

          MajorWood in reply to C. Lashown. | October 17, 2018 at 10:13 pm

          She could also go the transgender route, which would make her a new type of victim to partially offset the new reality of being a white male, and by definition, a misogynistic, racist, homophobe.

    C. Lashown in reply to MattMusson. | October 17, 2018 at 5:33 pm

    That’s right! If she apologized she would switch from being a victim to being someone who victimizes…Oops!

Being a Democrat means never having to say you are sorry. The press has your back. So there is no need to apologize.

“I think she’s got problems.”

And, the Professor wins the ‘Understatement of the Day!’ award. 🙂

The very simple answer to why Warren won’t apologize is simple: SJWs always double down.

Warren is so white the Klan has offered her a free lifetime membership.

    PODKen in reply to Observer. | October 17, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Sherwin Williams has a white paint color named after her …

    Arminius in reply to Observer. | October 17, 2018 at 11:56 pm

    .098% possible American Indian ancestry? She is officially the whitest woman in America. A tub of Cool Whip has a better claim to Native American ancestry than Chief Keeps Digging Her Own Grave.

How do you say “Honky” in Cherokee?

Occasional Thinker | October 17, 2018 at 9:39 am

Everyone is looking at this the wrong way. Warren is part of the progressive, open borders crowd and is being consistent. If she wants to illegally enter the Cherokee Nation, what right do they have to refuse her entry? Isn’t the ability to enter any nation now a basic human right? I think I will be tied up the next few days demanding my share of tribal casino proceeds in my new capacity as an undocumented member of the nation. Thank you Liz!

    “Isn’t the ability to enter any nation now a basic human right?”
    _________________

    Not any nation, just ours. (Although Mexico will let foreigners in to travel across their country, but only if they promise to exit into the U.S. within two weeks.)

DouglasJBender | October 17, 2018 at 9:40 am

Elizabeth “High Cheekbones” Warren is officially probably maybe, or maybe not, incredibly partially Native American, or Aztec or Mayan or Mexican or Honduran (same diff). What white person wouldn’t list themselves as black, for example, if they had 1% black DNA? “Let me into Harvard, ‘cuz I’m black, y’all.” (That’s not a racist comment, by the way. It highlights how much of an advantage is given by Harvard to black applicants, who are essentially given a roughly 200-point SAT advantage over white applicants and Asian applicants.)

DouglasJBender | October 17, 2018 at 9:43 am

“How do you say ‘Honky’ in Cherokee?”

Elizabeth Warren.

I admit I wasn’t interested in this story when it first appeared in 2012 and 2014. It was in the same genre as Obama’s birth certificate.

It didn’t stick because it read like the frustrated attempt of tin-foiled conservatives trying to create a newscycle out of her claim.

But it’s very different this time. Elizabeth Warren made the story interactive by volunteering an actual DNA number that people can play with.

Try punching 1/1024 into your calculators and see what you get.
Most kitchen calculators aren’t set to the 4th decimal. Mine comes up zero.

That aside, it’s the official (and very informative) rebuke by the Cherokee Nation, contrasted with Warren’s continued lack of contrition that will cause even the most politically disengaged person to realize that Democrats are not just the worst but exclusive offenders of the very things they accuse Republicans of (e.g, White Privilege, racism, imperialism, etc.)

Thank you, Elizabeth Warren. Your hilarious DNA results and the Cherokee Nation’s denouncement of you made this story way more interesting and very easy for everyone to follow.

    true. Makes me want to revisit the Obama birth certificate.

    true. Makes me want to revisit the Obama birth certificate.

    Mac45 in reply to Aucturian. | October 17, 2018 at 1:31 pm

    The same thing happened with Obama’s birth certificate. Only it was even worse.

    In Warren’s case, she claimed to be a direct descendant of members of the Cherokee and Delaware nations. No documentation was ever produced that such relatives existed. She attempted to defuse the controversy a couple of years ago, by saying that her claim was based upon family lore. But, rather than simply saying that such family lore was, perhaps, inaccurate, she still maintained that she was descended from members of these tribes. Now, she produces “evidence’ which she claims to “prove” her previous statements were factual. Unfortunately, not only is the evidence suspect, even if true, it actually proves that she is not any more closely related to North American tribal members than most of the rest of the European, Caucasian US population.

    Obama’s birth certificate was even worse, though. The birth certificate controversy could have been easily defused by simply producing a long form Certificate of Live Birth from the state of Hawaii. But, this was never done. In fact, the State of Hawaii actually passed legislation which prevented such a release. When the controversy did not go away, the WH released a document purported to be a copy of the birth certificate in question. However, forensic examination of the document strongly suggested that it was a forgery composed using a commercial document production program. To date, the State of Hawaii has NOT produced a certified copy of the document.

    The difference between the two controversies is that the Obama controversy could well have had extensive legal and Constitutional effects on the nation. If Obama WAS ineligible for the Office of President, then all the actions which he authorized, under law, would be essentially void. And, this was the reason why it was never pursued. In Warren’s case, it only calls into question her character and has no significant legal repercussions.

      jhn1 in reply to Mac45. | October 17, 2018 at 2:08 pm

      You were doing so well, then you ended with something unfortunately diametrically wrong. It did come up before, and the USSC decision was (at the risk of oversimplification) the Electoral College has voted, and that is final. Chester A. Arthur was not required to prove he was born in Vermont, instead of Quebec as was commonly believed by some locals of the area he was raised in. The USSC decision was perceived to be a point at which a Presidential election had been won, go on with the business of the country til the next election. This idea was purportedly why Nixon did not contest the Chicago election fraud as it could not have been litigated before the date the Electoral College was to have voted (I think Nixon was wrong, but that is neither here nor there).

        Mac45 in reply to jhn1. | October 17, 2018 at 2:30 pm

        Look, the argument that just because the electoral college had voted makes the constitutional requirement for the Office of President null and void is spurious, at best.

        In the case of Barack Obama, if he was NOT born within the territory of the USA AND one of his parents was a foreign citizen and his mother was under age to confer citizenship on her own, he was not even a legal US citizen. Get the picture? If a long form birth certificate existed, within the archives of the state of Hawaii, then producing it would have quashed the main controversy, that Obama was not, in fact, a legal citizen of the United States. But, this simple procedure, done by almost every other inhabitant of the US several times in their life was not done in this case. In fact, government action made it impossible for anyone other than Barack Obama to do this. Now, ask yourself, why? If you were the president of the United states and someone wanted to view your birth certificate, why not simply authorize the State of Hawaii to release a certified copy to the press? Why style this process and then provide a prporte4d copy of one from the WH? Answer these questions, satisfactorily, and you win the cement bicycle.

        The issue of whether having a none-citizen parent would preclude one from being a “natural born citizen”, under the Constitution, is another question. This was never taken up either, but is of lesser importance than answering the question of whether a sitting President of the United States was, in fact, not a citizen of the country that he was in charge of. To date, this question has NEVER been answered. And, if ever is proven that Obama was NOT a lawful citizen of this country at the time of his election, the Constitutional crisis which this fosters only get worse with time.

        The case of Chester A Arthur was entirely different. In the 1830s, birth records were spotty, at best. There was simply no way to prove that Arthur was born in Canada and not in the US. However, today, birth records are stringently kept. In Obama’s case, NO records of live birth in Hawaii, or anywhere else, were ever produced for public inspection; except the suspect Birth Certificate produced by the WH. The Arthur example is simply not analogous to the Obama case.

        Good try though.

          Ohio Historian in reply to Mac45. | October 17, 2018 at 5:43 pm

          It was my opinion that the EC should not have voted for him if there was a question of his citizenship; he should have been required to satisfy the EC that he had the qualifications.

          Constitutionally, the EC was intended to actually pick and elect the President from a list of candidates, not act as just a state rubber-stamp of that state’s electoral results. Despite state law, the EC has a duty that supersedes state law. This whole thing will never be resolved.

      I agree with jhn1, but for a different reason. I do not believe that Obama was ineligible to become president because he was born in Kenya. There is an problem with the original, valid, actually issued long form birth certificate that was either too embarrassing or contradictory to be produced as it was issued originally. Was Frank Marshall Davis listed as the father? Was someone other than Barack O, Sr., listed as the father? Was it an issue of race?

      Once again, if the birth certificate had been released years ago, Obama could have dealt with the problem at the time, rather than wait until it had metastasized into something more sinister.

        You might have an valid argument there, except for one thing, no hospital record was ever produced for Obama’s birth. Two different Honolulu hospitals have been cited as his place of birth, and neither one could produce any record of his birth there.

        Just as in the Kavanaugh case, none of the “witnesses” corroborate Obama’s story. The only document which has been produced which corroborates that he was even born, was a notice in the Honolulu newspaper, which did not give a place of birth.

        People have been attempting to come up with excuses for why, if a Certificate of Live Birth is on file with the State of Hawaii, it was never released to the media? If it was because a known communist was listed as his father, that would hardly be a real political problem, considering Obama’s known affiliation with communists and terrorists, prior to his election.

        No, what people should really be concerned about is that a foreign national was allowed to remain as the President of the United States of America. But, too many people in positions of power had too much invested in the Presidency of Barack Obama to take the chance that he might not actually be qualified to hold that office.

In politics, and to a Leftist, an apology is an admission of guilt.
If she admitted guilt, she’d have to be UnPersoned and drummed out of the movement.
Therefore she will never admit guilt of any kind at any time.
No matter if there is video of her with her hand in the cookie jar and crumbs and chocolate stains on her face, which there are here.

    MajorWood in reply to luagha. | October 17, 2018 at 11:24 am

    I believe that it is a fully un-checked arrogant personality disorder. On the humorous front, it is Basil Fawlty, whose faux pas are thankfully small and insignificant in the grand scale, but identical in origin and execution. It is also present in others who sadly are able to influence and affect many. I characterize it as the complete opposite of humility. Perhaps it originates in a need to always be “above” and not part of anything. My favorite shining example is Martha Stewart, who could have made all of her problems go away by writing a simple check for I believe $250K (ill gotten gain plus 3X penalty), but instead she chose to fight it all at a huge cost to her name and brand, somewhere in the order of $500M lost, I believe. I guess it is possible for arrogance to reach the pathological level. Another example was a local basketball player who got linked to dog fighting. It was obvious from the get-go, but he literally tried to lie his way out of it which resulted in the loss of an NBA career and millions of $$$. Like Fauxcahontas, it is both amusing and painful to watch, because as a human being I have to realize that somewhere deep inside is a person in pain, regardless of how negatively they impact those around them. Perhaps their concept of pain is completely internal, and their actions reflect a complete lack of empathy. The cult of victimhood is not new. Hitler was a master of it. We have it in many forms right now. BLM is a sterling example, where statistics show the complete opposite of what they claim. But if you can recruit enough people who share a similar feeling, and never bother to actually question it, then a movement begins, though many will be reluctant to admit why they are there. To counter this, they attach a negative reason for those who are not there. BLM asks people to show up for racial justice, which implies that if you aren’t present, you are against racial justice, by THEIR logic. In Portland this is represented by the “inclusion” and “BLM” window and yard placards. In the old days, this tactic was called racketeering, but now it is being “woke,” I guess. This is also why we have a cult that is against Trump. Having a negative cult icon is way easier than actually formulating a platform, especially when the platform has to include issues that are actually being solved by the target of the cult (talk about cognitive dissonance). Fauxcahantus is a funny example, because she chose to identify with something that is just SO blatantly untrue, almost at the level of an old SNL sketch in its level of absurdity. This of course makes it impossible for her to back away gracefully, having gone all-in just after the initial ante, and holding at best a pair of 2’s.

    This is also present on LI in the form of that Ithaca pastor and Oberlin College, who are each choosing to double-down repeatedly and fight a losing battle. Perhaps we need a 12-step program for people addicted to good intentions, who are incapable of seeing how the unintended consequences of their actions affect others. Timely application of #10 would have helped both greatly.

    I guess the downside of being a straight white christian conservative male is that I really have nothing to complain about, except those who choose to complain about me (and my kind), constantly.

“What she has done here with this ludicrous DNA test, she should have come out and said I had my DNA tested, it’s such a miniscule fraction, at 1/1000th, I really never should have claimed, I didn’t know this before, but now I do apologize to the Cherokee people and to other Native Americans. It would have created a little bluster for a week or two, but you know what, it would have served her much better.”

This is spot on but she (and the Globies) are so blinded by their TDS that they couldn’t see how ludicrous this whole test report really is. They viewed this as a gotcha moment for her against Trump but it has been the complete opposite. You can see her frustration as she realize this was blowing up in her face manifested in her unhinged TWTR rant Monday evening… 26 raging tweets in a little over an hour.

Trump completely consumes her and it driving her mad.

I had no idea that the native American tribes frowned on DNA tests other than to prove specific paternity, let alone *how much* they frowned on them. That was a tar pit from day one — without the ability to point to a specific Cherokee and claim him or her as an ancestor, Warren would have lost even if the test said 1/8th to 1/64th instead of 1/64th to 1/1024th. Heck, even if she’d been able to prove specific ancestry, the idea of the very visibly white Warren with no connection to the tribe’s heritage gets affirmative action on his ancestry is repugnant, and this draws attention there.

So what next? Is Trump going to bet that a prominent Democratic politician can’t hold his breath until his face turns blue (and then caveat that he said “blue” and not “blue-tinged”)?

    userpen in reply to ecreegan. | October 17, 2018 at 11:47 am

    “I had no idea that the native American tribes frowned on DNA tests…”

    They’re old school. But the whole irony is this: Carlos Bustamante had no Cherokee DNA to compare Elizabeth’s with so he used Mexican, Columbian and Peruvian. That right there should shut this down. There is not one iota, not one smidgen of evidence that that DNA is equivalent to Cherokee DNA. Bustamante took a wild guess and the media accepts it as a scientific fact. Where did he get this DNA? What is his justification for using it? What do other DNA experts say? Doesn’t this prove Elizabeth Warren has an ancestor from Mexico? Does this mean that illegal aliens who come here from Mexico should be considered Native Americans because of their DNA? No wonder the Cherokee Nation is up in arms!

    When dealing with a super small quantity (such as 1/1024), the fact that your reference DNA is a substitute (from some other people groups) makes your conclusion meaningless. Especially since a reliable comparison between the two (Cherokee DNA and Mexican DNA) would no doubt have more than a .001 percent variation.

    here is what is next:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2018/10/15/trump-dared-elizabeth-warren-take-dna-test-prove-her-native-american-ancestry-now-what/?utm_term=.be1d37ca31ac

    We will all have to put our palms to our foreheads and endure another round of stupidity.

      userpen in reply to elle. | October 17, 2018 at 12:30 pm

      Trump has been misquoted. He didn’t make any promise. He was being hypothetical. Here’s his exact quote:

      “Let’s say I’m debating Pocahontas, right? I promise you I will do this. You know those little kits they sell on television for two dollars?

      I’m going to get one of those little kits. And in the middle of the debate, when she proclaims that she’s of Indian heritage, because her mother said she has high cheek bones. That’s her only evidence, that her mother said she had high cheek bones.

      We will take that little kit, and say . . . but we have to do it gently . . . because we’re in the Me Too Generation, so we have to be very gentle.

      And we will very gently take that kit, and we will slowly toss it, hoping it doesn’t hit her and injure her arm.

      And we will say, ‘I will give you a million dollars to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you’re an Indian.”

Just like Native American ancestry, admitting fault and apologizing for it are not in Warren’s DNA.

Why doesnt a sociopathic nnarcissist apologize when caught in a lie?

Why should a sociopathic narcissist apologize when caught in a lie?

Never apologize; admit to your actions and learn from them.

because she knows that being white will not get her where she wants to go in national Democrat Party politics. Being part American Indian raises her up the hierarchy of oppression and the primary polls.

Jacobs:”I think she’s got problems.”
FineReport: “sociopathic narcissist”

She could easily have said that it was family lore that was told to her and she believed it. That was her escape clause. She chose not to use it.

Trump offered $1 million to charity and she wanted to make him pay. It’s as simple as that. THAT is why she took the DNA test.

You can imagine how it played out. Someone overflowing with hatred of Trump and knowledge of DNA tests informed her that, with the right set of parameters, anyone could show “Native American” DNA. In fact, I read somewhere, that her diagnosis of “Native American” heritage relies on the historical movement of people as opposed to actually proving 1/gazillionth DNA of American Indian ancestry.

There is something wrong with her. In her mind, we would all cheer when Trump had to pay up. Nothing else, like the fact she isn’t actually Native American, entered into her equation. For them, it’s a one dimensional checker board.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2018/10/15/trump-dared-elizabeth-warren-take-dna-test-prove-her-native-american-ancestry-now-what/?utm_term=.be1d37ca31ac

    Fauxcahontas is the slightly less pathetic version of hillary clinton.

    But both are abject scum and would sell out their mothers for a dime, let alone our counrty.

    Fauxcahantas would probably rise to hillary clinton’s level of criminality – it she had the chance to be married into it.

She had her claims of her parents eloping because of racism. She made a lot of money over the years through appropriation of a culture she was not entitled to, despite the lies Harvard people are telling in that video she put together. She built her politics on lies. How do you back out of that gracefully? Resign? She is still wealthy from ill gotten gains. Give Harvard the money she earned by being a person of color? Heh, yeah sure she will.

She has been dishonest about most things she pushes. Pathological liars will lie when a truth will set them free. That is their make up.

Comanche Voter | October 17, 2018 at 12:07 pm

What and give up all that wampum?

“She has been dishonest about most things she pushes. ”
*****
Doing legal work out of her Harvard office without a Mass. Law License?? That is one of her more strange behaviors, IIRC, as a Harvard Law faculty for more than 5 years, she didn’t need to take the Mass Bar exam inorder to apply for a license. The Boston Globe has covered up and excused her behavior from the time she formed an “exploratory committee” for a possible Senate run.

“What is the personality problem that she has that she will not simply apologize?”

I’d like to believe that a person’s true-self lies at the center of their being. Sadly, it seems to me like there are an increasing number of people whose true-self has been displaced by ambition, avarice, hatred, etc. True-self knows an apology is in order, but ambition vetoes the thought.

Warren doesn’t need the Indian vote. She needs the Leftoid moonbat vote. And that vote admires someone who’s genuine.

Ford was genuine, and her testimony caused quite a splash. Her accusations against Kavanaugh weren’t particularly credible or even believable, but it was possible to believe that she believed them. That makes her genuine. Swetnick’s tale of rape gang parties was not the stuff of authenticity. She walked back the most outrageous claims, and after that couldn’t be genuine; and so turned out to be negligible.

Bernie the Red is the real deal. He believes that socialist rubbish. So what if he manages to get rich while doing it? That only proves that socialism works! Alexandria Occasionally-Coherent is also the real deal. Dumb as a movie script, but she believes it. Both are authentic, and so both are darlings of the moonbat left.

Hillary was not authentic. Hillary believes in nothing, but lies about everything. And we all know it. Hillary was the Party choice, not the voters’.

It would be electoral suicide for Warren to admit that she’s fake through and through. Her only chance to be admired as authentic is if she pretends to believe her own B.S. And perhaps she really does—otherwise she would never have used this DNA thing to shoot down her own claims. She really thinks they exonerate her. In other words, she’s nuts. But that won’t hurt her with the moonbat left. Only inauthenticity will. However, it will kill her with everybody else. She’s gambling that the loonies will vote in sufficient numbers.

Is Harvard obligated to fire her if she admits she lied on her application? She must continue the charade to avoid disgrace.

She CAN’T apologize. She’s committed.

To apologize would be to admit that she lied, and potentially committed federal crimes by taking advantage of programs for minorities when she knew she wasn’t a minority.

All she can do is keep lying and hope the press can cover for her.

She has probably FINANCIALLY gained by her LIE.

She is a Democrat: they LIE as part of their methodology (ends justify the means)

Of course she will NEVER ever apologize. Dems NEVER do.

Like all of the Dumb-o-crat standard-bearers, Chief Dropping Bull is a pathological narcissist and fabulist. The Dumb-o-crat pols are incapable of resisting the urge to embellish their personal histories with either contrived tales of heroic exploits (crone Hillary dodging sniper fire on the tarmac in Bosnia; Blumenthal the GI grunt, walking through some mean Vietnam bush;) or, alternately, contrived tales of ethnic novelty and victimhood (Warren’s “paw-paw”‘s family not wanting him to marry her mother, because she was branded an untouchable Cherokee injun).

    MajorWood in reply to guyjones. | October 17, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    There is a facebook pic with Brian Williams that has the caption “Elizabeth warren and I shared a teepee at Wounded Knee.”

    The real test will be SNL this week. If she is the target of the opening skit, she’s done.

European Liz probably has more Neanderthal DNA than Indian DNA.

I learned in life the best way to handle a screwup is just to admit it and say you are sorry. I found people will almost always sympathize with you and the incident is over. You are totally right Professor. She could have ended this long ago. Drawing in the Cherokee Nation is as bad as it gets. She stole their identity and used it to profit.

Imagine having someone as prestigious as Prof. J who has become an expert on what a fraud you are.

I would kill myself.

Who is next in his deadky sights?, Mooooooochelle odumbo?

To her to apologize is the same as seppuku. She wants no part of that.

    Disagree. The left is morally rudderless: if Fauxcahontas apologized, she’d be as welcome back into the leftist fold as hillary klinton after all her incredible transgressions, treason, corruption, hate, etc.

    Fauxcahontas blew it. Like Odumbe, she actually believes her own press.

In case nobody saw the interesting analysis titled, “Three Percent of Elizabeth Warren’s DNA from Ancestor Who Rounded Up Cherokees for ‘Trail of Tears’ “:

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/10/17/hree-percent-of-elizabeth-warrens-dna-from-ancestor-who-rounded-up-cherokees-for-trail-of-tears/

Its not so much a personality disorder as a political problem.

Her entire career is based on this particular fraud. And, if she admits it, her political career is over.

    Aarradin in reply to Aarradin. | October 18, 2018 at 3:38 am

    Her voters will swallow absolutely any lie.

    They’ll champion those lies ad nauseum on social media.

    Nothing will stop them supporting her and her lies.

    EXCEPT if she admits the lie.

    That’s the one thing she absolutely can never do.

    Not just her, either, but ANY Democrat. They all have the same problem.

    Oh, and yet another reason why normal people are finding it increasingly difficult to support D’s – you are required to believe all the lies, no matter how absurd, AND spread and defend them to all your friends. Every day, more lies. And you have to believe every last one of them. Stray on a single issue, and the social media, social justice, lynch mob will savage you.

She’s a lying democrat. In for an Indian Head Penny, in for a pound.

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