Saturday, October 20, 2018

Liawatha Fauxchahontas' DNA Debacle

(Image by Al Goodwyn)
Earlier this week, Fauxchahontas took up Our Grand Nagus's challenge and had a DNA test conducted.

She and her minions proudly proclaimed she is indeed of Native American descent.

Yeah, a whopping 1/64th to 1/1024th of Native American DNA.  Time magazine was mocked for touting her so-called Native American roots.

The whole PR ploy blew up in her face...

(Image by A.F. Branco)

...or in other words, her Native American heritage claim got scalped.

Even Native American writers excoriated Warren's indefensible posturing.

Many people, including me and my siblings, have probably been told things about our respective ancestors that probably wasn't true.

We always thought we were of German and English descent.  However, when one of my siblings did a DNA test, there was no trace of English or German heritage.  Plenty of Scots, Irish, Welsh, along with Eastern European, Scandinavian, Balkans, and most surprising of all--Spain and Portugal.

Not a drop of Native American DNA is in my family.  So technically, Warren is more Native American than I am.

But that isn't saying much.

The smart thing to do would have been to back away, and at least admit you've been misinformed.

Instead, Fauxchahontas hit rock bottom--and continued to dig.

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Conservative commentators and humorists have had a week-long field day.

Ben Shapiro suggested Our Grand Nagus should give a fraction of his million-dollar bet, or about $9,000.

Greg Gutfeld called it a campaign add disguised as a DNA test.

Like most of us like minded-folks who knew Fauxchahontas' claim was bogus, Stilton's Place chimed-in with don't say we didn't Warren you.

Of course, while Warren supporters were circling the wagons, there was a lot more skulduggery going on the lamestream media didn't want you to know.

Fauxchahontas is still being talked about as a Democratic presidential candidate for 2020.

One of the reasons why Trump the Usurper beat Corrupt Queen Clinton in 2016, was because even independent voters viewed Hillary as having an "honesty problem."

Which was putting it mildly.

If Warren does run, she'll be at a 99.9% disadvantage--and that's rounding up.
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Regardless of how the 2020 Presidential Election shakes out, we won't be out of the dark woods of Identity Politics for a long time.

Fauxchahontas' folly highlights the danger of racial identity.

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