This week in Washington DC, there was a meeting to discuss policy issues for Native Americans. One senator from Massachusetts skipped the event. Despite her claims of Native American heritage, Elizabeth Warren doesn’t seem very interested in participating in events like this.
The Daily Caller reports:
Elizabeth Warren Absent From Tribal Nations Policy Summit
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who has claimed to be Native American, is conspicuously absent from a Tribal Nations Policy Summit this week.
The National Congress of American Indians Tribal Nations Policy Summit is taking place in Washington, DC, this week, and it features a whole host of politicians and high-profile speakers, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
However, Warren — the only U.S. Senator who has claimed a Native American heritage — is missing from the guest list.
It’s not like she can say no one else in Congress went, plenty of them did:
Congressman Darrell Issa (CA)
Congressman Don Young (AK)
Congressman Steve Pearce (NM)
Congressman Raúl Grijalva (AZ)
House of Representatives Minority Leader
Nancy Pelosi (CA)
Congresswoman Norma Torres (CA)
Warren’s decision to skip this event is just another reminder that when it comes to her Native American ancestry, it’s all a lie. She lied to advance her career.
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