Elizabeth Warren Suddenly Deletes Indian Ancestry Claims from Website

Democrat Senator and candidate for president Elizabeth ‘Fauxcahontis’ Warren has suddenly deleted all claims of having Cherokee ancestry from her campaign website.

Warren made the move after a groveling appearance before a group of Native Americans in Sioux City, Iowa, on Monday.

Warren not only deleted claims of Cherokee ancestry, but she also deleted the highly ridiculed DNA test she claimed “proved” she had native blood in her family line.

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Warren’s website until Sunday included a video of the Massachusetts Democratic senator getting the results of the DNA test, showing that she had between 1/64th and 1/1024th Native American ancestry, The Daily Caller reported.

Warren at the time said the results proved her claims throughout her academic career that she has Cherokee ancestry, a claim the Oklahoma native said was based on “family lore.”

Warren was thoroughly ridiculed for claiming that her DNA test somehow proved she was an Indian even though the test showed she had only a tiny 1/1024th Indian ancestry.

Warren is desperate to get away from her constant lies that she is an Indian, a claim she used repeatedly to get special consideration during her career in the university system before she became a Senator.

During her appearance before the Indian group in Iowa the Democrat candidate for president apologized for inflating her Native American ancestry.

“I am sorry for harm I have caused. I have listened and I have learned a lot, and I am grateful for the many conversations that we’ve had together,” she said on Monday.

But Warren made these claims for over 40 years. And now she wants voters forget she knowingly lied and used that lie for monetary gain and to further her career.

Warren has been the subject of hilarious memes ridiculing her for her decades of lies:

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