Fauxcahontas! Elizabeth Warren Fraudulently Declared Native American Status on Official Document

Elder Patriot – | It’s over for this phony populist before it even began.

Massachusetts Senator, multi-millionaire, and nascent presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren, who fashions herself as a representative of the little guy, was outed by leftist mouthpiece The Washington Post yesterday for appropriating Native American status on an official government document for her personal financial benefit.

The Post printed evidence of Fauxcahontas’ false declaration of Native American heritage on the official registration card for the State Bar of Texas:

The Post reported that evidence of Warren’s fraudulent declaration surfaced after they had filed a public records request:

WaPo […] Warren filled out the card by hand in neat blue ink and signed it. Dated April 1986, it is the first document to surface showing Warren making the claim in her own handwriting. Her office didn’t dispute its authenticity.

It’s likely the Post is in possession of significantly more damaging evidence that stemmed from Warren benefitting from this fraudulent declaration.

The Senator, also falsely self-identified as a “Minority Law Teacher” in the information she provided to the 1986-1987 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Directory of Faculty.

While there’s no evidence she made these claims on her application to Harvard, there’s every reason to believe that Harvard relied on the AALS directory in extending an employment offer to her as the law school efforted to diversify its faculty.

What do yet-to-be uncovered loan documents show?  Somehow, this Marxist accumulated a net worth that has been estimated to exceed $10 million.

Was this a warning shot fired across across Sen. Warren’s bow?  Did internal DNC polling show she was too damaged to effectively challenge President Trump in 2020 if voters were to learn the rest of the story?

She’s toast.  WaPo, the left’s bible, told us so.