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Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday said she was “a person of color,” at the beginning of the speech at a historically black college.
“As a country, we need to stop pretending that the same doors are open for all, because you don’t,” she said during a speech at Morgan State University in Baltimore, according to the Washington Post.
“I’m not a person of color,” she continued. “And I have not lived your life or the life to learn and experience how the subtle prejudice, or blatant damage that you have experienced, just because of the color of their skin.”
“I’m not a person of color. And I still have not lived your life or the life to learn and experience how the subtle prejudice, or blatant damage that you have experienced, just because of the color of their skin.”
— Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren Sen.
The recognition by the Democrats that run specific preparations for your 2020 presidential candidate, came to try after a months-long agony, to refute the criticism that she falsely claimed Native American heritage.
Warren, you never used Native American heritage, advantage to win, even though they are listed as a “minority” in front of the University of Pennsylvania offered her a job, according to the Boston Globe. Later, the University asked, to change you identity listed as “Native American”.
In October, they published their DNA-analysis results showed that the “strong evidence” that they have a Native American ancestor back six to 10 generations.
The analysis claims that if Warren’s great-great-great-goods grandmother is Native American, Warren would be as 1/64 native American. Warren ancestors back 10 generations, the senator would be only 1/1,024 Native American.
WARREN RELEASES DNA ANALYSIS ON NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE, TO FIRE BACK AT TRUMP ATTACKS
But the DNA analysis results only encourages the Warren critics say, President Trump and the nickname, he is apt to the senator – “Pocahontas” – was, because the results do not prove that Warren was a Native American.
“To put that in perspective, Warren might be even less native American than the average European-American,” Republican National Committee Deputy Communications Director Mike Reed of Fox News in October, said while this would not say, “to suggest you the right status of a minority.”
The Cherokee Nation also criticized Warren.
“A DNA test is useless, to determine tribal citizenship. With a DNA test, in order to claim any connection to the Cherokee Nation, each tribal nation, is inappropriate and wrong.”
— Cherokee Nation Secretary Of State Chuck Hoskin Jr
“A DNA test is useless, to determine tribal citizenship,” Cherokee Nation Secretary of state Chuck Hoskin Jr., said. “With a DNA test, in order to claim any connection to the Cherokee Nation, each tribal nation, is inappropriate and wrong.”
The DNA results of the rollout according to reports, Warren, who invited now might be a regret of movement rather than the closure of the matter, it will only upset more attacks against them, according to the New York Times.
Warren reportedly expressed concerns that the stunt will ruin their relationship with the Native American community. Outside consultants, the newspaper said that the issue will not go and you, it back in the election campaign.
WARREN CAN HERITAGE BE REGRET DNA ANALYSIS ON NATIVE AMERICAN, REPORT SAYS
But Warren chances of a viable path to the presidency in the year 2020, appear to be waning, according to the Boston Globe editorial board, said the Democrat is much too polarizing to run for President.
“While Warren is a effective and effective senator with an important voice in National, has declared itself to be an ambivalent figure,” the editorial Board. “A unifying voice is what the country needs now, after the polarizing policies of Donald Trump.”