REMINDER: Elizabeth Warren Plagiarized A Native American Cookbook

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As the media continues to freak out about Melania Trump’s speech, it’s important to keep a little perspective. Elizabeth Warren, the fake Indian Senator, plagiarized a Native American cookbook.

The Federalist reports:

Flashback: Elizabeth Warren Plagiarized Cherokee Cookbook To Prove Ethnicity

In light of all the hubbub surrounding Melania Trump’s speech at the inaugural night of the Republican National Convention — which appears to have been cribbed nearly word for word from Michelle Obama’s speech in 2008 — let’s take a trip down memory lane and recall that time Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) plagiarized recipes in an attempt to prove her ethnic background.

Warren, who is being vetted as a potential Hillary Clinton running mate, has been accused of falsely claiming to be Native American in order to gain an academic advantage.

When her heritage came under public scrutiny during her bid for the U.S. Senate in 2012, Warren pointed to several recipes she submitted for her cousin’s cookbook, entitled “Pow Wow Chow,” as evidence that she is actually descended from Native Americans.

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But these recipes (“Cold Omelets with Crab Meat” and “Crab with Tomato Mayonnaise Dressing”) appear to have been ripped nearly verbatim from an article written by Pierre Franey and published in The New York Times News Service five years earlier, Legal Insurrection noted.

Just one more inconvenient fact our corrupt media will ignore.


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