This is rich.

Trump doesn’t like Elizabeth Warren. Many of you have known that for years.

You could say there’s a bit of a feud between them. Most of it stems from the fact Trump doesn’t seriously believe the things coming out of her mouth.

Especially her claims about her “Cherokee lineage.”

As she claims, her basis for those claims came from her “high Cherokee cheekbones” and her nice Lobster Bisque recipe she submitted to Pow Wow Chow cookbook in the mid-80’s.

Yeah, her Lobster Bisque recipe anchors her deep in the Native American DNA line.

She even made claims that her parents only got together after protestations from her father’s side of the family were voiced, citing their desires her father not marry her mother because of her Cherokee and Delaware ancestry.

Trump never believed Warren’s claims.

And he even challenged her to take a DNA test to prove she was Native American.

People said that was racist.

Trump simply believed that Warren was a liar.

He believed it so much he offered her $1,000,000 to prove her ancestry.

Well Warren decided to take Trump on his offer and the results didn’t go so well for her.

On Monday Warren released the results and it shows she’s 99.9999% white.

That’s right. A woman who’s used her “bonafide Native Americaness” to advance her political power and authority was shown to only be between 1/64 to 1/1,024 Native American.

Of course the left has done very little to distance themselves from Warren despite her obvious Non-Native American descent.

In fact, they claim that there are still strong links. Articles from CNN, NBC and the Daily Beast wrote articles saying she has credible links to Native Americans./

But as Ben Shapiro noted on his podcast, this kind of defense is asinine.

Shapiro articulated that at the very most, Warren would have had a relative some 6 generations ago who was Native American. Literally her great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather may have been Native American.

If it was 1/1024 she’d be 10 generations removed.

It’s crazy.
Crazy enough the tribes who she claimed to be a part of said they won’t at all consider her a member.

They’re distancing themselves as far from her as they can!

In fact, the Cherokee Nation emphatically denounced Warren’s use of a DNA test to prove her Native ancestry.

“A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship,” said Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin, Jr. in the statement. “Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person’s ancestors were indigenous to North or South America. Sovereign tribal nations set their own legal requirements for citizenship, and while DNA tests can be used to determine lineage, such as paternity to an individual, it is not evidence for tribal affiliation.”