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Elizabeth Warren Listed Race as “American Indian” on State Bar Form

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The publication of a Texas State Bar form in which Massachusetts Senator listed her race as “American Indian” on Monday has raised questions about her dubious use of the self-identification for career advantages.

The form, published by the Washington Post, contains the clear response of “American Indian” next to “Race.” It was submitted to the Texas Bar in 1986.

Warren’s claims of significant Native American ancestry, which she circulated over the course of decades in the context of her professional and political careers, have been thoroughly debunked.

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In an attempt to substantiate her claims, Warren released the results of a DNA test that supposedly demonstrated she was 1/1024th Native American in ancestry. The test results release was met with widespread mockery, as it suffices to say that such a distant connection to Native American peoples is not substantial enough to claim American Indian ancestry.

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As a result of the backlash against her ancestry claims, Warren has been forced to apologize for invoking her supposed heritage throughout her career. She repeated her apology on Tuesday when asked if it applied to her claims of Native ancestry as a student at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard.

Although she’s apologized to the public for her Native Americans, Elizabeth Warren has issued several denials that she used her supposed ethnic identity as a means to secure personal advantages. It’s clear that she saw it fit to list her fictitious American Indian status on college applications, academic biographies, and state bar forms- casting a shadow upon her claim.

It’s clear at this point that Warren used her false claim of Native American ancestry with the hopes of securing benefits from it. Not only deceptive and irresponsible, but an insult to genuine Native American organizations- who have been forced to clarify that modern-day ancestry tests are of questionable use in demonstrating American Indian heritage.

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Georgia Congressional Candidate Marjorie Greene Threatens Primary Opponent with Lawsuit for ‘Defamatory’ E-Verify Claims

Greene is fighting back against dirty politics.

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Georgia Congressional candidate Marjorie Greene has sent a cease-and-desist letter to her Republican primary opponent John Cowan for misrepresenting her record on immigration in a campaign ad.

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“The actionable statements were published by you and your political corporation,” Greene’s attorney L. Lin Wood wrote in a letter to Cowan and his Congressional campaign. “The actionable statements were negligently published and were published with actual malice, that is, with actual knowledge of falsity or with a reckless disregard for truth or falsity.”

Wood is referencing Cowan’s campaign ad alleging that her company did not use E-Verify, a federal program designed to keep illegal immigrants from obtaining employment.

However, Wood provided documented proof that her company did in fact use E-Verify to make sure illegals were not given jobs over American workers.

As you can see from the screenshot below, Taylor Construction clearly uses E-Verify

“Rather than confine yourself to a robust debate on issues for the benefit of the voters, you crossed the legal line and wrongfully published false accusations against Ms. Greene and Taylor Commercial, Inc. The false accusations made by you on behalf of your campaign to discredit your political opponent unlawfully exceed the permissible parameters of political speech and makes you, and your campaign, liable for damages for defamation,” Wood asserted in the letter.

Wood is demanding that Cowan retract the ad and issue a public statement apologizing to Greene for making false accusations, or he will likely file a defamation lawsuit against Cowan and his campaign.

The allegedly defamatory campaign ad released by Cowan can be found here (at least, for now):

Big League Politics has reported on Greene for her constitutional campaign ads putting ANTIFA thugs on notice, which have been censored by Facebook.

“I have a message for ANTIFA terrorists,” she said as she locked and loaded her rifle in the controversial campaign ad. “Stay out of Northwest Georgia. You won’t burn our churches, loot our businesses or destroy our homes. It’s time to take our country back, save America, stop socialism!”

The GOP establishment has already set their sights on Greene, as she they know she will be a lawmaker who they will not be able to control. She refuses to apologize or back down as they levy their attacks.

“I will not let them whip me into submission. And the voters of Northwest Georgia will not let the DC Swamp and the Fake News Media tell them who to vote for,” Greene said in a Facebook post.

Greene is considered the front-runner to beat Cowan during the GOP runoff primary election for Georgia’s 14th Congressional seat. The election is scheduled to take place on Aug. 11.

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