Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign is building momentum.
The Massachusetts Senator is nipping at the heels of Joe Biden in national polls and many insiders believe she is the true favorite for the nomination.
But Elizabeth Warren tried to hide a truth about her past that will terrify Americans.
Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign stumbled badly right out of the gate.
Warren saw how Donald Trump crushed his rivals in 2016 by branding them with nicknames that cut right to the heart of their deficiencies with voters.
“Low energy Jeb” and “Crooked Hillary” were Trump’s two most successful branding efforts.
Beginning in that campaign, Trump began to refer to Warren as “Pocahontas” to needle Warren over the fact that Warren – who is white – lied about being Native American Indian in the hopes it would benefit her career.
Warren sought to defang the “Pocahontas” nickname by submitting to a DNA test before her presidential campaign kickoff to prove her claims of Native American heritage were true.
That gambit backfired when the test found that Warren was 1/1,024th Native American.
However Warren’s soldiered on and her campaign began to build buzz as Warren bombarded voters with a series of socialist policy proposals to take over the economy, combat so-called “global warming”, raise taxes and ban and confiscate firearms.
As Warren climbed in the polls back into the top tier, her fellow Democrat contenders began to panic.
That’s why on the day of the Democrat Presidential debate in Houston – the first time she would appear on stage with fellow top-tier candidate Joe Biden – an opposition research hit dropped.
It turned out that not only was Warren faking being a native American, but that Warren’s great-great-great grandfather Jonathan Crawford served in a Tennessee militia under the command of William Lauderdale.
During Crawford’s time in Lauderdale’s militia, the Tennessee volunteer fighters fought two battles with the Native American Seminole tribe in Florida.
The Virginia Daily Press reported back in 1992 that:
“Like other Virginians of his day, Lauderdale developed into an Indian fighter. In 1803 he marched as a Tennessee volunteer to the Louisiana Territory to fight for the United States against the Spanish and the Indians. In the War of 1812 he served under Gen. Jackson and fought against the Indian allies of the British in what are now Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana…
“…William Lauderdale became Gen. Jackson’s trusted understudy in the War of 1812. When the Creek Indians rose up to massacre white settlers in Alabama in 1813 and President James Madison ordered Jackson to defend the area, Capt. Lauderdale and his Tennessee Vols helped win the battle of Talladega. Lauderdale went on to play a part in Jackson’s defeat of the British in the battle of New Orleans in 1815, which ended the War of 1812.”
Not only is Warren a white person of privilege – the worst thing you can be in today’s identity politics obsessed Democrat Party – but she also faked being a Native American and is a direct descendent of someone that fought – and possibly killed – Native Americans in battle.
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