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Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren has inexplicably chosen to remain a candidate in the 2020 Presidential election, despite the fact that she has absolutely NO CHANCE WHATSOEVER of securing her party’s nomination. 

Why in ‘Crazy Horse’ hell does she insist upon carrying on with these delusions of grandeur? Two reasons:

1. In a country where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez can become President, ANYTHING is possible.

2. ‘Cause.

Unfortunately for the honorable ‘Fauxcahontas’ from Massachusetts, there is the little matter of her false claims of Native American heritage, which she continues to defend – even when she kinda, sorta apologizes, but not REALLY apologizes.

Over the weekend, CNN host David Axelrod hammered ‘She Who Lies’  (D-Mass.) about her decision to claim Native American heritage on her Texas law license, asking why the doomed 2020 Presidential hopeful would “check those boxes” on her application.

“The question I’ve never understood is: Why? Why did you in 1986 fill out on your law license, or something, Native American? Why did you check those boxes? Because obviously that’s a very small part of your lineage, 1/32nd or something. So why did you do it?” Axelrod asked.

“Because I was attempting to exploit the whole ‘diversity thing,’ Dave. Duh!” replied Warren.

*Editor’s note: The above sentence was not ACTUALLY spoken by Ms. Warren, but we’re still pretty sure it’s what she meant to say.

“Based on what I learned growing up, and the fact that I love my family, decades ago I sometimes identified as Native America,” Warren replied.

“Even so, I shouldn’t have done it. I’m not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe,” Warren later explained. “What I try to do is to be a good friend to Native Americans and that’s why for example, I have a housing bill that fully funds housing on tribal reservations.”

Translation: “S*** on a Pringle! Even the liberals are busting me for my egregious lies!”

The Chicks on the Right have more on ‘She Who Lies’ in the clip below. Don your favorite Native American headdress and give it a listen!