Elizabeth Warren uses Alinsky tactics against Cherokees. Should 'Chief Talking Bull' admit she is not Cherokee?
Elizabeth Warren uses Alinsky tactics against Cherokees.
Four Cherokee women went to Boston this week to try to meet Elizabeth Warren to show Warren genealogical evidence proving that Warren has no Cherokee ancestry, and to explain to Warren why her continued insistence that she is Cherokee is offensive.
One of the Cherokee women, Twila Barnes, is a genealogist who has written extensively at her blog about Warren’s lack of Cherokee ancestry, and is part of a group of Cherokees who demand that Warren tell the truth.
I have linked to Barnes’ posts many times and have spoken with her about her genealogical findings and evidence. Unlike Warren, I actually cared about the evidence.
Last week, the women sent e-mails and made a phone call to Warren’s campaign press secretary, Alethea Harney, requesting a meeting. Harney never responded to the e-mails and did not call back.
Should 'Chief Talking Bull' admit she is not Cherokee?
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