Elizabeth Warren Not Chosen to Serve on the Committee on Indian Affairs?


What is the world coming to when the nation’s foremost fake Cherokee won’t be allowed a seat on the Committee on Indian Affairs?

Democratic Massachusetts Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren will not serve on the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in the next Congress, insiders on Capitol Hill confirm.

North Dakota Senator-elect Heidi Heitkamp has been appointed to serve on the Indian Affairs Committee, The Hill reported Tuesday.

Warren, a self-identified Cherokee who listed herself as a Native American in the American Association of Law Schools Directory in 1984 before getting hired at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law Schools, told reporters this year that she knew of her ancestry because her “papaw” had “high cheekbones, like all of the Indians do.”

This is like Frank Abagnale, Jr. getting elected to the Senate and not being put on the Subcommittee on Aviation. What gives? Hopefully Dances With Identity Theft can get to the bottom of this snub.

Author: Doug Powers

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