Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is on the 2020 campaign trail, and she is quickly learning that there is no escaping her well-documented ethnic fraud in repeatedly claiming to be Native American, apparently to further her career.

While attending a campaign event in Georgia, Warren was heckled by a man who shouted “Why did you lie?”  Holding up a sign with “1/2020” written on it, the man repeatedly shouted at her as he was escorted out of the venue by security.

Fox News reports:

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was once again reminded that she exaggerated her Native American ancestry and was heckled during a campaign stop in Georgia.

While introducing herself to a crowd of about 1,000 supporters in a Lawrenceville high school, a man shouted “Why did you lie?” Warren replied back “Be easy, be easy,” while the crowd chanted her name and clapped.

The man was holding up a campaign sign that read “1/2020” as he was quickly escorted out of the building. Warren released DNA results examining her possible Native American ancestry last year in response to criticism from Republicans and President Donald Trump.

Watch the clip:

The “1/2020” is clearly a reference to the most infamous of her many botched attempts to disappear her Native American problem.  In that disastrous attempt, she took a DNA test and then gleefully released the results as vindication of her claims.  The problem?  The test showed that she is 1/1,024 Native American, or to put it in context, less Native American than the average American of European ancestry.

WSB-TV interviewed Warren after the event and asked her about claiming to be a Native American.  She said she’s already apologized and said she “shouldn’t have done it.”

In an interview after her stump speech, Klaus asked Warren about identifying as a Native American in the past.

“I shouldn’t have done it. I am not a person of color,” Warren said. “I am not a tribal citizen, and I’ve apologized.”

I have no doubt at all that Warren, now running for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination, wishes she hadn’t “done it” . . .  for the almost two decades that she did just that.


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