Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren Eats Humble “Pow-Wow Chow” Pie

It’s not been a good couple of days for Elizabeth Warren.  Her so-called DNA proof of her so-called Cherokee heritage turned out to be as genuine as, well, her so-called Native American recipes.


Dances With Sheep

elizabeth_warren_dances_with_sheepElizabeth, Pocahontas, Warren was too busy dancing with sheep Monday night to attend the Presidential Debate.

As she was returning from the dance floor and her cell service was restored, she saw Donald Trump’s tweet recommendation about watching the Venezuelan Housekeeper and Miss Universe’s, so called porn movie.

“What great fun”, said Ms. Pocahontas.  “After a week of mutton, I’m ready for some ham.”



Searching For Pocahontas

By way of Yahoo News we find that Donald “Trump doubles down on Elizabeth Warren ‘Pocahontas’ attack after Native American woman calls him ‘offensive’“.

Donald Trump repeatedly mocked Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as “Pocahontas” at a press conference in North Dakota on Thursday, even as a Native American woman present at the event interrupted to call his comments “offensive.”

Elizabeth_Warren_Tonto_Pocahantas“That’s very offensive. Sorry,” the woman said.

“Is that offensive? You tell me,” Trump asked.

The woman replied that she was offended, and Trump quickly repeated the phrase.

“Oh, oh really — oh, I’m sorry about that,“ Trump said before turning to a reporter who had asked about Warren, immediately using the term again. “Pocahontas. Is that what you said?”

Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has previously used the term to refer to Warren as an allusion to a controversy over her past claims of Native American ancestry. Warren listed herself as a minority when she worked as a faculty member at a pair of Ivy League law schools in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Though she reportedly is 1/32 Cherokee, that would not qualify her to be a member of the tribe. The issue made headlines during Warren’s 2012 election campaign and she defended herself by claiming her “family stories” held that they had Native American roots.