Proving that it's more important to coddle a DEMOCRAT, than it is to be honest about her actions, prominent Natives, including Deb Haaland, a Laguna Pueblo citizen, dismissing the actions of Natives who still harbor resentment to Elizabeth Warren appropriation of Cherokee Heritage.
Rep. Haaland, who endorsed Ms. Warren last month, takes a different view than those critics. Introducing Ms. Warren at the forum, she noted that some in the news media had asked her whether Mr. Trump’s criticism of Ms. Warren over her ancestry would “hamper her ability to convey a clear campaign message.” OP: SO??
“I say that every time they ask about Elizabeth’s family instead of the issues of vital importance to Indian Country, they feed the president’s racism,” she said. “Elizabeth knows she will be attacked, but she’s here to be an unwavering partner in our struggle because that is what a leader does.”
OP: UTTER BULLSHIT. Americans can handle more than one issue at a time.
The co-executive directors of Four Directions, decided that Ms. Warren would not be asked about her ancestry during her appearance, Mr. Semans said in an interview before the event. He said the Warren campaign made no requests about what she would or would not be asked.