Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has finally admitted she’s white.
During her first 2020 presidential campaign rally in Iowa, Warren immediately faced a question about her so-called “Native American ancestry.”
Warren infamously described herself as Native America in the 1980s and 1990s when applying for law professor jobs at top universities like Harvard, where she was ultimately touted as the venerable law school’s first “woman of color” professor.
After relentless taunts from President Trump, who nicknamed her “Pocahontas,” Warren released a DNA test “proving” her ancestry… but it only showed she had less than 1% of Native American ancestry, roughly the same amount that the average white American can expect to have.
According to CNN, Warren “was confronted by a voter in Sioux City on Saturday morning over her controversial decision to use a DNA test to prove her claims to Native American ancestry.”
“I am not a person of color,” Warren was forced to admit. “I am not a citizen of a tribe. Tribal citizenship is very different from ancestry. Tribes — and only tribes — determine tribal citizenship, and I respect that difference.”
But despite admitting that she was a white person, she still hit President Trump for making “racially charged” comments about her phony race.
“I can’t stop Donald Trump from what he’s going to do,” Warren said to the crowd. “I can’t stop him from hurling racial insults. I don’t have any power to do that.”