PRICELESS! Elizabeth Warren Crying For Help After ‘Real Indian’ Enters Race With Perfect Slogan For Her

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Now ask yourselves, what’s the best way to beat a politician who lied about being an American Indian? Easy, you get a real American Indian to run against her. And that’s exactly what is happening in the Massachusetts Senate Race.

Although Senator Elizabeth Warren still claims she is a descendant of American Indians after she used that claim to get a job teaching at Harvard. This doesn’t seem to be farthest from the truth, and most everyone is starting to catch on since she has adamantly refused to take a DNA test which could put all this controversy to rest.

But now Warren has even bigger issues. Shiva Ayyadurai is running against Warren in the Massachusetts Senate race. Ayyadurai was born in Bombay, India (which, of course, makes him a “real Indian”).

Ayyadurai was married to actress Fran Drescher of the hit TV series ‘The Nanny’ until 2016.

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Ayyadurai’s campaign bus which is emblazoned with signs that show Warren wearing Native American attire along with with the words: “Only a REAL INDIAN Can Defeat the Fake Indian.” But because the left always sticks together no matter what earlier this month the campaign has come across some heavy resistance from city officials who insist on protecting Senator Warren.

Fox News has confirmed that the campaign received a notice from the Cambridge building inspector Branden Vigneault stating that the signs lacked the appropriate ‘approvals and permits. Ummm, what does a bus have to do with a building inspector?

Ayyadurai’s campaign has replied to this by saying any building code couldn’t apply to his bus since it’s not a building.

How long will the left get away with this? When they can’t compete against ideas they resort to using bureaucracies and our court system to force their way. This isn’t right and it needs to stop. If Warren lied to get a job at Harvard the public needs to know.

On a side note, I would love to know why Warren had to say she was an American Indian in order to get a job at Harvard. Wouldn’t her white privilege be enough? At least that’s what the left keeps telling us. Right?

Here is more on this story via The Miami Herald:

“Only a REAL INDIAN Can Defeat the Fake Indian.”

The words, emblazoned on two signs that hang off U.S. Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai’s campaign bus, appear next to two images: one of a stoic Ayyadurai looking into the camera, and another of a closeup of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren wearing a Native American headdress.

Ayyadurai, a 54-year-old scientist born in Bombay, India, told the Washington Times the city of Camridge, Mass., had ordered him to remove the signs because they were placed “without approvals and permits.” He believes this was instead a case of the city trying to clamp down on his right to free speech.

“This is a political vendetta by city officials who are supporters of Elizabeth Warren, Ayyadurai told the paper. ““We will not remove the slogan from our bus,” Ayyadurai told the paper. “We will defend the First Amendment, and we will fight this egregious attack on the First Amendment, at any cost.”

He has since filed a lawsuit demanding the court prevent the city of Cambridge from imposing a fine on his campaign, saying that the same signs were in place for months and that he was only served a notice when the wording was changed. The suit also makes a case that the signs cannot be in violation because they are on a moving vehicle, not a building.

“They didn’t say anything when we had the first sign,” he told the Washington Times. “It was only when we put, ‘Only a real Indian can defeat the fake Indian,’ so it’s clearly trying to censor speech.”

Warren, the Democratic senior senator for Massachusetts, has claimed Native American heritage somewhere in her family line — though Warren speaks about a Cherokee ancestry, not “Indian” ancestry from the country of India. Critics say she has used the claim as a token to advance her career, which she denies, CNN reported.

There have been several attempts to trace her heritage, none of which came through with decisive evidence one way or another, The Washington Post reported. Warren cites family lore as her reasoning behind the claim, according to CNN.

President Donald Trump has used the controversy to attack the liberal senator, derisively calling her “Pocahontas” in speeches and on Twitter.

Ayyadurai, a Trump supporter who is running as an independent, told Boston Magazine he thought Warren was among those elites who had forgotten most Americans. He compared it to India’s notorious caste system.

“Since the day I was born as a low-caste Indian,” he told the magazine. “I’ve had to fight. So for me, running for this is really not about running against Elizabeth Warren. What I see happening to this country is a neo-caste system.”

Ayyadurai is no stranger to controversy. The scientist is perhaps most well known for claiming to have invented email as a teenager before going on to earn several degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).”

Some experts have disputed that, saying the elements of email were around years before Ayyudurai claimed to have coded them in the late 1970s, according to ArsTechnica. The Washington Post ran a lengthy correction following a report it did on a Smithsonian exhibit that included some of Ayyadurai’s work clarifying that Ayyudurai’s claims were not supported by the institution.
H/T The Daily Wire

 

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