Massachusetts Senator and potential 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren weighed-in Wednesday on the ongoing college-entrance scandal; saying she has “zero” sympathy for those parents who paid to fraudulently admit their children into the nation’s top schools.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 13, 2019
“As a parent, how much sympathy would you have for these parents who are embroiled in this alleged cheating scandal?” asked MSNBC host Mika Brzezinksi.
“Zero,” fired-back Warren without hesitation.
The liberal legislator made headlines weeks ago when documentation surfaced that showed she declared herself an “American Indian” on the Texas State Bar registration card.
LINDSEY’S LINEAGE: Sen. Graham to Take DNA Test, Predicts He Can ‘BEAT’ Warren
Sen. Lindsey Graham weighed-in Tuesday on Elizabeth Warren’s recent DNA results; saying he plans to take a similar test in the coming days to see if he too possesses Native American ancestry in his family tree.
Graham was speaking with Fox News when he mocked Warren’s claims; adding “I’ve been told my grandmother was part Cherokee Indian. It may all just be talk, but you’re going to find out in a couple of weeks.”
.@LindseyGrahamSC: "I will take a DNA test. I’ve been told my grandmother may part Cherokee Indian. It may be just talk. You will find out in couple weeks … [@elizabethforma] is less than .1 of 1%. I think can beat her." pic.twitter.com/27iK7donV0
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 16, 2018
“I’m going to take a DNA test. I’ve been told my grandmother was part Cherokee Indian. It may all just be talk, but you’re going to find out in a couple of weeks. I’m going to take this test,” Graham said on Fox & Friends.
“I didn’t really think much about it. But if she’s less than one tenth of one percent, I think I can beat her,” he added.
THERE’S MORE? Sen. Warren Hints There Could be More ‘Documents’ Declaring Herself ‘American Indian’
Embattled Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren suggested there could be more damaging documents related to her claims of Native American ancestry Wednesday; saying her BAR application was “consistent” with how she filed paperwork “at the time.”
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) says that her identifying “American Indian” was “consistent” with her actions at the time
"Have you considered dropping out of the race?" a reporter asks.
Warren walks away.pic.twitter.com/l8NamT618i
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“Could there be other documents out there where you self-identify as an ‘American Indian?’” asked one reporter.
“All I know, is during this time period this is consistent with what I did because it was based on my understanding from my family stories. But family stories are not the same as Tribal Citizenship,” said Warren.