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Massachusetts paper calls for sen. to take Warren DNA test
Some on the left and the right call to Senator Elizabeth Warren, to take you to weighs a DNA test to straighten out questions about Native American heritage; radio host Howie Carr.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren low doubles on it, controversial story about a native American heritage in one of the last TV appearance, but an expert says, that your history is just not on.
Warren appeared on “Fox News Sunday”, where she was once again grilled about their long-standing demand tobe Native American, and told a story about how you speak racist paternal grandparents against their parents the wedding because she is her mother’s Cherokee blood. The couple, she said, was forced, in a Depression-era elopment.
“You know, my mom and dad were born and raised in Oklahoma, and my dad was in his youth, when he fell in love with my mother,” said the Massachusetts Democrat. “She was a beautiful girl who played the piano. And he was madly in love with her and wanted to marry her. And his family was a fierce opponent, because she was part native American.”
“The problem with Warren’s story is that none of the evidence that supported it.”
– Preview twila Barnes, a genealogist
As a result, “finally, my parents eloped,” Warren, come said.
But The Washington Times reported that the Cherokee genealogist preview twila Barnes wrote in a 2016 blog that the story not make sense. Barnes, who has researched Warren’s family and found no evidence of Native American descent, explores the marriage of Pauline Reed and Donald herring, and found there seemed to be an ordinary wedding.
“The problem with Warren’s story is that none of the evidence supports it,” wrote Barnes. “Your family history shows no signs of Cherokee descent. Your parents wedding, not as an escape. And additional evidence shows no signs of herring grandparents to be of Indian haters.”
The wedding was performed by a prominent Methodist clergyman, a justice of the peace, Barnes. She also noted that a detailed wedding published notice in the local newspaper in Wetumka, Oklahoma.
“If Mrs Warren’s parents eloped because her mother, Cherokee, and Delaware’ and it was such a shame, why she has to rush back to Wetumka on the same day they married and proudly announce it to all?”, Ms. Barnes asked. “If there is shame in connection with the marriage and it caused so many problems, why it was then announced, beaming with joy, in the local newspaper?”
Warren promoted her alleged Native American roots while he was extraordinary professor of law at Harvard, but skeptics demanded evidence. With the Massachusetts senator supposedly in 2020-a presidential candidate mulling run, The Berkshire eagle newspaper has said, you should disperse a DNA test, or confirm the doubts once and for all.
Warren said Sunday she is not planning to run for President a DNA test.
“I know who I am, because of what told my mother and my father, to me, what my grandmother and my grandfather told me what all my aunts and uncles to me, and my brothers,” Warren said. “It is a part of who I am and nobody can ever take.”