Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is falling apart.

But while the Massachusetts Senator is trying to get things back on track, she’s only making things worse.

And this disastrous interview may have been the final nail in her campaign’s coffin.

Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign was supposed to be earth-shattering.

The Massachusetts Senator had been the darling of the Democratic Party for years.

And her far-left views were increasingly in line with the mainstream Democratic platform.

Which is why her failing presidential campaign is baffling for some.

Warren’s campaign is a slow-moving train wreck and no matter how hard she tries, it doesn’t seem to be getting back on track.

But while she is trying to stay on message, Warren’s disastrous attempt to prove her Native American ancestry is a scandal that just will not go away.

And while Warren works overtime to move on from the devastating scandal, it continues to haunt her.

The Daily Caller reports, “CNN host David Axelrod confronted Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday over her claims to Native American ancestry.”

Axelrod brought up on his show, “The Axe Files,” that Warren only has a fraction of Native American DNA and he asked why the 2020 candidate ever identified herself as an American Indian.

“The question that I’ve never understood is why? Why did you in 1986 fill out on your — I guess it was your law license or something — an exam application, ‘American Indian’? Why did you check those boxes?” Axelrod asked.

“Warren responded with an excuse she has used repeatedly, which is that she believed stories about her heritage told by her family members,” reports the Daily Caller.

“I grew up in Oklahoma, I learned about my family the same way most people learn about their family,” Warren stated. “Based on what I learned growing up, and the fact that I love my family, decades ago I sometimes identified as Native American.”

This is the best excuse that Warren could come up with.

And it’s pathetic.

That she’s been dealing with this scandal for months and she still hasn’t been able to draft up a better answer to these endless questions shows just how unprepared Warren is to address a problem which clearly will not go away.

Warren wants to talk about anything other than her fraudulent claims of being an American Indian.

But she can’t get away with it.

Even months after she hoped the scandal would die down, this is still the biggest set of questions that she keeps getting asked on the campaign trail.

And the consequences are starting to build up.

Her campaign is falling apart and she can’t get back on her message, which is more or less to massively expand government in every aspect of American society.

When the history of the 2020 election is finally written, it may be stated that Warren’s campaign officially began to fall apart the moment that Warren couldn’t come up with a good excuse for why she claimed to be an American Indian.

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