ELIZABETH WARREN: THE NATIVE AMERICAN LIE CONTINUES, AND EXPANDS

Now this liar is not just claiming she is native American – a lie.  But she’s claiming that she never used her phony Native American heritage to get a thing career-wise.  Another lie.

Warren’s exact words, during a surprise appearance at the National Congress of American Indians:

“I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead. I never used it to advance my career.”

That so?

From Mary Carmichael’s article, dated May 25, 2012, in the decidedly Democrat-leaning, Elizabeth Warren-supporting Boston Globe:

US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has said she was unaware that Harvard Law School had been promoting her purported Native American heritage until she read about it in a newspaper several weeks ago.

But for at least six straight years during Warren’s tenure, Harvard University reported in federally mandated diversity statistics that it had a Native American woman in its senior ranks at the law school. According to both Harvard officials and federal guidelines, those statistics are almost always based on the way employees describe themselves.

The documents suggest for the first time that either Warren or a Harvard administrator classified her repeatedly as Native American in papers prepared for the government in a way that apparently did not adhere to federal diversity guidelines. They raise further questions about Warren’s statements that she was unaware Harvard was promoting her as Native American.

That not enough for you?  Then how about this excerpt, from Theresa J. Chung’s article in the Harvard Crimson, dated October 22, 1996?

Although the conventional wisdom among students and faculty is that the Law School faculty includes no minority women, Chmura said Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren is Native American.

A majority of Harvard Law School students are unhappy with the level of representation of women and minorities on the Law School faculty, according to a recent survey.

“Faculty diversity and curricular diversity go hand in hand,” Reyes said. “The hiring committee loves to hire corporation and tax professors,” who are predominantly “white males.”

Kirkland and Ellis Professor of Law David B. Wilkins ’77 called this statement an “oversimplification” but expressed his support for increased representation of minorities.

“The fact that there never have been Asian Americans, Native Americans, gays, lesbians, Latinos, Latinas and women of color [on the faculty] is a subject of major concern,” said Wilkins, who is black.

Of 71 current Law School professors and assistant professors, 11 are women, five are black, one is Native American and one is Hispanic, said Mike Chmura, spokesperson for the Law School.

Although the conventional wisdom among students and faculty is that the Law School faculty includes no minority women, Chmura said Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren is Native American.

Here we have Mike Chmura, a spokesperson for the law school telling us that Elizabeth Warren is Native American.  Why?  For the purpose of “proving” that “see, we got one”.  And we’re supposed to accept  the claim that her phony heritage didn’t push her ahead?

Based on what you just read, if Elizabeth Warren were not defined as Native American, would she would have had the same value to Harvard Law School?  You’d have to be on drugs to believe that.

No, Elizabeth Warren is a liar.  She lied about her nonexistent Native American heritage and she is lying about how it advanced her career.

Although Native American doesn’t describe Elizabeth Warren at all, liar is a perfect fit.

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