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Senator Elizabeth Warren

First it was democratic socialist princess Ocasio-Cortez who suffered a massive twitter meltdown after she was called on her elite up bring, then Hillary was trolled by conservative actor James Woods on twitter for slipping down steps in India. Now we have Sen. Elizabeth Warren who was mocked on twitter over her fake DNA
result after she tried to dodge a crucial question from a reporter relating to it.

From Conservative Fighters: “Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) dodged a question about her disastrous DNA test stunt at her press conference on Monday where she announced that she launched an exploratory committee for president.

The reporter asked Warren “What’s your message to the Democratic primary voter who says ‘I love where Senator Warren stands on the issues, but I worry about electability, I worry her campaign will be more about her Native American ancestry than the middle class?'”

Warren replied saying “You know, look, I am in this fight because I understand what’s happening to working families, I grew up in a paycheck-to-paycheck family, and my big chance was a commuter college that cost $50 a semester.” – completely dodging the question that was asked by the reporter. Then boom, the ‘mocking game’ began:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) dodges a question about her Native American ancestry after her DNA test stunt earlier this year showed that she is 1/1024th Mexican, Colombian, or Peruvian — not Native American, like she claimed. pic.twitter.com/yqHczpV2oh

— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) January 1, 2019

Warren has privately met with Native leaders to hear out criticisms from D.N.A. test, but publicly, she is still refusing to give an inch. Last month, even her own allies told me this was a “strategic failure” that was “depressing and unforgettable.”https://t.co/NVIDJlMI53 https://t.co/zFBMwMqxXj

— Steadman (@AsteadWesley) December 31, 2018

I have big reservations about Elizabeth Warren running. Get it?

— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) December 31, 2018

Meanwhile 2019 starts off with some sad news… pic.twitter.com/yeW1KekTOv

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 1, 2019

News of #ElizabethWarren’s presidential campaign bid causes some to have reservations… pic.twitter.com/JYJWlYcDNc

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 1, 2019

Exploratory committee test results: Elizabeth Warren is currently 1/1023 sure she’s running for president. https://t.co/C0PpRsPNOX

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) December 31, 2018

My love for politics is unusual because I don't love it for the same reasons a lot of people do. I love politics because it challenges me. For me, being involved in politics isn't about having an opinion about every issue. It is about learning both sides of each issue and being fascinated by them. There are very few political issues that I have strong opinions on. The rest I either have yet to educate myself on or I understand both sides and have yet to choose which one I agree with.

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