Vukmir campaign: Pocahontas campaigns with Tomah Tammy

Contact: Jess Ward, (608) 213-5939

Brookfield, Wis. – In an effort to impose her angry liberal ideology again on Wisconsin, Tomah Tammy Baldwin on Friday will campaign with Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren who said her grandfather had high cheekbones and is 1/1024th Native American to be eligible for minority status, thus granting her preferential employment opportunities.

“After Tomah Tammy looked the other way and let our veterans down at Tomah, she has now decided to campaign with Senator ‘Pocahontas’ Warren who falsely claimed to be a Native American, so she could have preferential employment opportunities,” said Leah Vukmir campaign manager Jess Ward. “Leah is a nurse and military mom who has played by the rules, but Tomah Tammy and ‘Pocahontas’ Warren have despicably spent their lives taking advantage our veterans and minorities to advance their careers.”

BACKGROUND …

DNA test reveals Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren could be 1/1,024th Native American.  “The test by a Stanford genetics professor, published Monday in The Boston Globe, found ‘strong evidence’ that Warren’s heritage included Native American DNA six to 10 generations ago.  However, the parameters of the test left open the possibility that Warren was only 1/1,024 Native American — a tiny fraction that the Massachusetts Democrat’s opponents were quick to point out.”  (CNBC, 10/16/18)

Warren explains minority listing, talks of grandfather’s “high cheekbones.”  “Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday sought to explain her controversial decision to list herself as a Native American in a directory of law professors for nearly a decade before getting a job at Harvard Law School and said she is absolutely qualified for her job.  Republican Sen. Scott Brown’s campaign last week accused Warren of ‘participating in Harvard’s diversity sham’ by allowing the school to list her as a minority. … ‘I still have a picture on my mantel and it is a picture my mother had before that – a picture of my grandfather. And my Aunt Bea has walked by that picture at least a 1,000 times remarked that he – her father, my Papaw — had high cheek bones like all of the Indians do. Because that is how she saw it and your mother got those same great cheek bones and I didn’t. She that thought was the bad deal she had gotten in life.’” (CBS News, 05/03/12)

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