Elizabeth Warren Hit With New ‘Fauxcahontas’ Ad In New Hampshire (VIDEO)

Elizabeth Warren is trying to help an Indian tribe build a casino in New Hampshire. Now there is a new ad running in the state which accuses her of hypocrisy, among other things. This just goes to show that her Native American controversy is going to keep following her.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Warren hit with ‘Fauxcahontas’ ads in New Hampshire

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s bid to make peace with her history of claiming Native American heritage has run into a big hurdle in New Hampshire where she is facing an ad campaign attacking her efforts to help a tribe build a gambling casino.

The ads, placed with the New Hampshire Journal, show Warren in a Native American headdress beside the phrase, “Fauxcahontas Casino.”

The ads, put in the Journal’s daily newsletter, demand, “Stop Elizabeth Warren’s Casino Plan.”

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The placement in New Hampshire could be a problem for the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate because the state hosts the first primary in 2020.

The ads were placed by a group called the Coalition to Restore American Values.

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Warren really brought this on herself. If she had just admitted the Native American thing was a lie back when she was first elected to the Senate, this would be considered old news. Instead, she made the situation worse by doubling down.

 

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