Real Indian VS Fake Indian
A ‘real Indian’ named Shiva Ayyadurai is filing a lawsuit to keep up his crusade against ‘fake Indian’ Elizabeth Warren. The two are running for the same Mass. Senate seat.
For the last few weeks, Ayyadurai — who is running as an independent — has put up two large signs on his campaign bus calling Warren a ‘Fake Indian.’ He has been ordered by the city of Cambridge to take it down, and he is filing a lawsuit on the grounds of protection of freedom of speech.
There are two identical signs on the bus which both read ‘Only a REAL INDIAN Can Defeat the Fake Indian.’ In the image, Warren’s photo is edited to show her wearing a stereotypical native American headdress. Apparently the bus has been parked in front of an office building owned by Ayyadurai, and just one mile from where Warren lives.
Earlier in the month, the campaign was given a notice from a building inspector named Branden Vigneault ordering the signs to be removed because Ayyadurai lacked the “approvals and permits” necessary. Vigneault is threatening fines worth $300 per day, plus additional penalties, if the signs remain up. But Ayyadurai refuses to do so, saying that he and he team will “defend the First Amendment” and fight back “at any cost.”
Besides, says the Ayyadurai campaign. They’re on a bus, not a building, so it’s not up to the building inspector.
Shiva Ayyadurai made news last summer when he sent Warren a DNA testing kit, challenging her to prove for once and for all that she is who she said she is.
Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren
Elizabeth Warren is a Massachusetts Senator with the Democratic party who has been calling herself a person of native American ancestry since she realized it was the best way to get into a teaching position at Harvard.
During the Presidential campaign, Trump started calling Warren ‘Pocahontas’ to reference her fake genetic heritage. When he called her the name during a ceremony honoring native American Navajo code talkers and took a swipe at Warren, liberal media attempted to turn it into Trump being a stupid racist when the code talkers thought it was great that he was calling out someone for using their history for her own benefit.
Cherokee Genealogists Dispute Claim
Last month, Warren appeared on Fox News and was asked about her heritage. She answered that her parents eloped:
“You know, my mom and dad were born and raised out in Oklahoma, and my daddy was in his teens when he fell in love with my mother. She was a beautiful girl who played the piano. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her. And his family was bitterly opposed to that because she was part Native American.”
According to Cherokee genealogy expert Twila Barnes, the story doesn’t make sense. Barnes had researched Warren’s family after hearing that the Senator claimed Cherokee descent and found no evidence. The married of her parents Pauline Reed and Donald Herring had nothing to indicate an elopement, either.
““The problem with Warren’s story is that none of the evidence supports it. Her genealogy shows no indication of Cherokee ancestry… and additional evidence doesn’t show any indication of her Herring grandparents being Indian haters.”
Barnes said that her research showed that after marrying, her parents went back to their families the same day in order to announce it, and that it was “happily announced” in the local paper.
Warren says that the claim is true because her older relatives — now, all dead — said so.
Descendant of REAL Pocahontas Supports Trump
Last year, a descendant of the real Pocahontas came forward to talk about her support for Donald Trump, and explain that she’s not offended by his use of the name ‘Pocahontas’ to insult Elizabeth Warren. Debbie Porreco lives in Palm Beach near Mar-a-Lago and knows Trump through her connections to his Mar-a-Lago club.
When she was asked by Trump during one of her visits to the Club about his use of the name of her many-times-great-grandmother, Ms. Porreco told him that it doesn’t bother her. She believes that it’s just Trump’s “way of communicating.”
Porreco grew up as Debbie White Dove Custalow on the same land in Virginia that Pocahontas was from. “I was taught Native American dancing for our powwows as soon as I could walk, so I often performed the Princess dance.” Porreco was even used as a character model for Disney’s 1994 film Pocahontas.
“I think [Trump] is a wonderful president.”
Sources: Fox News, Palm Beach Daily