Elizabeth Warren Says Trump’s Andrew Jackson Portrait Is ‘Deeply Offensive.’ There’s Just One Problem.

As reported by The Daily Wire on Monday, Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is pathetically running a campaign to get Native Americans to like her. Warren has dubiously claimed she is of Native descent, which has thus far been backed up by a mere declaration of such heritage, her family's alleged "high cheek bones," and a cook book called "Pow Wow Chow." Seriously.

In other words, by all evidence, Warren does not have significant Native descent but is trying her best to cover up this reality since such a doubtful claim allegedly earned her a "diversity hire" spot at Harvard University.

Earlier this month, the fake Native made a cringe-worthy surprise appearance before the National Congress of American Indians, where she propagated her heritage myth and slammed President Donald Trump, who mockingly calls her "Pocahontas."

Warren slammed President Trump for hanging a portrait of former President Andrew Jackson in the Oval Office.

“It is deeply offensive that this president keeps a portrait of Andrew Jackson hanging in the Oval Office, honoring a man who did his best to wipe out Native people,” said the senator.

Yeah, aside from the whole she's-not-really-Native thing, there's also one other huge problem with old Lizzie slamming President Trump. In 2015, Warren was the keynote speaker at a Democratic fundraiser honoring President Jackson.

"Warren, the senator from Massachusetts who is known for her progressive views, will headline the Jefferson Jackson Bailey dinner on June 29 in Hartford," reported the Hartford Courant.

Oops.

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