Giggle-snort of the day: Ace of Spades asks Elizabeth Warren questions the lapdog media won’t

The lapdog media have let Elizabeth “Running Joke” Warren skate on questions about her Cherokee heritage. Luckily we have intrepid blogger Ace of Spades to do the job the lapdoggies won’t. Ace Pow Wow Chowed down on Harvard Law’s first plagiarist woman of color and her claims of authentic Native American ancestry.

Fauxcahontas, meet tomahawk:

It’s funny because it’s true! No comment from the Warren camp, natch.

Ace’s rant was inspired by blogger Anne Sorock who has been working with Legal Insurrection to expose Lie-awatha’s sitting bull.

Watch her confront Warren here:

  • Hiraghm

    Being part Cherokee in Oklahoma isn’t a handicap; it’s almost a requirement.

  • Lidsamy

    funniest thing on Twitchy EVER!!!

  • John Fowler

    There’s gold in them there tweets!

    • Jim Russell

      The Student: “Do you have words of advice for young Women of Color? Can you share with them some of your own travails?”

      Elizabeth Warren: “Well yes. I can advise them on how to overcome the travails of getting into Harvard with color of white and mediocre grades. I learned from President Obama it’s very easy if you are not white and have mediocre grades”

      • John Fowler

        I actually LOLed at “Can you relate your most powerful memories of Native American culture that you saw on TV?” The guy’s too funny!

        • Conservativeanarchist

          Yeah, that was my best LMAO moment too. He’s good.

  • Marcus

    Good stuff…

  • Walker Bennett

    Darn, I can’t even give her too much crap. My sister used this little ploy to get her kids into a good school. The school had a quota for minorities so she used the fact that her husband had a Cherokee in the family about a hundred generations ago to get them in. Kinda shameful considering we’re the whitest people I know.

    • sulmak

      Does your sister support such quotas from high office?

    • TugboatPhil

      I never did it for any personal gain, but have listed myself differently on those federal forms you have to sign at the closing of a house purchase. When it was explained that I didn’t have to fill in my ethnicity if I didn’t want to, but that the form was used to help gather stats for federal loan assistance (they were VA loans), I decided to report myself as an Eskimo/Innuit. I look nothing like one and it was never questioned.

  • Mickey Byrd

    A few years ago, there was a big effort to make the Atlanta Braves and also the Florida State Seminoles change their team names. These efforts were immediately stopped when both teams received letters of support from Native Americans. Um, does she have a letter of support for her claim or is the Cherokee Nation hoping she just goes away?

    • BackwardsBoy

      Kinda funny that in order to please those who scream, “bigot!!11!” at the mere mention of Native American culture, all references to it must be removed from the public.
      ‘Splain it to me, Lucy.

    • Mini14’sBlkStrat

      The libs. didn’t understand that these teams are honoring Native Americans. They want their players to strive to be strong & brave.

      • ssjs_2000

        I am Native American and I don’t feel that these teams are honoring Native America at all. They are using them as they would an animal as a “mascot.” the name “redskin” is just as offensive to me as the “N” word is to an African American. I have lived with it all my life, and known many white people who have claimed to be Native American in order to get something. Funny thing, I have never gotten anything because I am Native American. I have achieved on my own and with the help of God.

        • Hiraghm

          How do you feel about the word “redneck” then? Heard any good blonde jokes lately?

          • dmaynard

            Redneck really just terms someone who is backwoods and ignorant…this isn’t inclusive to just “white” people.

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    The hardest part about Elizabeth Warren being a ‘person of color’ was needing sunscreen when it was sunny out.

  • JSizzle

    This woman is so offensive to real Native Americans.

    • grais

      She’s offensive to real Honest Americans, too.

      • Grammie

        She is just flat out offensive, pertiod.

  • TitzyFritzensimmons

    I worked with three families of Native American heritage as an independent college counselor- all three had official tribal membership, or I would not let them put it on the applications. Native American heritage is a HUGE bonus in college admissions, and all the kids got into schools they ordinarily wouldn’t be qualified to attend.

    All were children of wealthy professionals, had attended private schools and did NOT need financial assistance- another plus for the colleges. Affirmative action is now a GAME that is played for high stakes- like admission to elite colleges or tenured professorships.

    Elizabeth Warren is a FRAUD, but the media doesn’t want to expose what a liar she is.

    • sardiverdave

      “Native American heritage is a HUGE bonus in college admissions, and all
      the kids got into schools they ordinarily wouldn’t be qualified to

      Which, strangely, may set them up for failure.

      My questions is: Why is it a bonus in the admissions process? It’s terrible that Warren fraudulently gamed the system to get an advantage she shouldn’t have, but that, to me, is only marginally worse than the system itself.

      Oh, it’s wonderful being a white male from middle class roots and hear about advantages given to kids of “wealthy professionals” based on skin color. It was wonderful back in my college days to know that many scholarships, including those given by the US government, went to minorities with lower GPAs and entrance test scores, fewer extracurricular activities, and no sports achievements. It was also great to know that I was barred from competing for many of the scholarships those kids could. I had time to think about this as I worked two or three jobs, took out loans, and finished school.

      It was okay, though. Once out in the job market, nobody paid any attention to…oh, wait. They did. You know who has to work harder to get ahead these days? I’ll give you a hint: It isn’t Fauxcahontas or the people she took from.

      Warren is a fraud, but the system itself doesn’t actually lend itself to fairness anymore, and has outlived its usefulness.

      • Jeff Smith

        Speaking as a white heterosexual male,
        I’m speechless!

        • sardiverdave

          Affirmative action had a place two or three generations ago. It doesn’t now. Admissions preferences are unfair to the kids with better qualifications who are turned away from slots, AND unfair to minority kids who enter programs they aren’t qualified for, as it sets them up for failure. Eliminate any mention of race in the application process and let the best qualified enter.

          What Warren did was wrong, but I don’t have much sympathy for those who were cut out of their “rightful” place as the advantaged minority hire.

      • Maria

        I honestly don’t think anyone should get any “legs up” due to race or gender. Everyone has the same opportunities to do well in school. Some just don’t care about learning or about getting a tutor. And, well, that should be their loss.

        • sardiverdave

          Everyone does NOT have the same opportunities to do well in school, but that isn’t necessarily linked to race, and it’s not something that should be used against kids who do well, but are the “wrong” color. As is pointed out often, more whites are on welfare than minorities, so poverty isn’t something that can be accounted for by racial distinctions and set-asides.

          I think school choice is important for removing what obstacles remain.

          • Goodnplenty

            You know, one thing you can say about statistics is you can make them support anything you want them to. Yes, there are more whites on welfare than minorities (hispanic is not a race, though they like to present themselves as such); Those minorities of ‘color’ only make up about 12% of the population. The same biased argument is used when speaking of those ‘minorities’ in prison. Do the math.

          • sardiverdave

            I think you missed the point I was trying to make. Apologies if it was poorly stated.

            Schools in poor communities are often run down, have poorly performing teachers (though not always), etc. This poverty is often used as a reason to support racial preferences, since the assumption is that poor people are minorities, minorities are victims of racism that has kept them unable to escape poverty after many generations, and because of this there should be race-based set-asides.

            There are poor people of all colors. There are wealthy people of all colors. So why should certain races get preferences?

          • Sweet63

            It’s the students and their parents who make the schools run down. No one is left to put money into infrastructure and hiring, when the white parents have moved and gotten their kids out of there.

          • Goodnplenty

            Do you think school choice, i.e., vouchers, would fix this problem without giving preferences? Non-minorities from coal mining towns and kids from the hard-hit farmlands would all benefit, but they aren’t getting that “hand out” because they are not a ‘minority’ and Obama stopped the very successful voucher program in DC. I can’t believe we are surrounded by such stupid people. If he is re-elected I am moving to Costa Rica. The Rothschilds have already destroyed Brazil, my first choice.

          • sardiverdave

            I do think vouchers would be a big help, and should be available far and wide. I think it helps increase parental involvement there, too, and begins to get rid of some of that dependent mentality.

            As parents pull their kids out of failing schools, their funding dries up and some dead wood gets released. I think the best thing that could happen for minority kids is for teachers’ unions to lose some power. (My wife is a teacher by trade, BTW.)

          • Trevor Senko

            Wrong every child born has the same opportunity as the next, it does not matter on class or race of the kid. Every single one of them has the opportunity to graduate school and go to college to get a good job. The only difference is the effort they put into the opportunity they have. Look at Magic Johnson, grew up in one of the worst parts of Lansing Mi. also look at Isiah Thomas, grew up in the worst part of Chicago, These men had the same opportunity as any person on in this country and they both graduated from high school and both went to college and made millions. It is because they put forth the effort to make that happen.

          • sardiverdave

            I’m not saying there isn’t opportunity out there, or that long odds can’t be overcome. We do kids a disservice by not making sure they at least have a basic education on which to build, though. When teachers don’t care, or are incompetent and ineffective, crime is rampant, etc., opportunities aren’t the same.

          • MaryIndiana

            Don’t forget Larry Bird. Yes,white,but from a very small town and from a family that truly struggled to make ends meet. But every day before school he would shoot 200 free throws. He parlayed a talent into a career with a lot of hard work. When you look at very successful people that is usually what it boils down to. Hard work.

      • Mini14’sBlkStrat

        i lost out on a Great Job because I wasn’t a black man. There was a Producer/Director job opening at a PBS station in NY. The Station Manager already told me I had the job. A few days later he showed me a letter he received from PBS telling him who he MUST hire( a black woman or man). I was stunned, especially because I had far more qualifications than ALL the others. I HATE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION WITH A PASSION.

        • Pete Futz

          The same thing happened to me at General Motors. I was trying for an apprenticeship as an electrician. I was number one on the list they were contractually supposed to use. They used the previous list and gave my spot to a woman….who quit half way through the program.

        • Paula Noakes

          My brother, who served in Vietnam, was wounded, earned a Purple Heart, was denied admittance to medical school because he was not a minority. He struggled with depression and feeling inadequate for years after that experience. Affirmative action is a banned phrase in my family!

          • Steve Rutkowski

            Affirmative action is banned in my immediate family too.. and I’m a Minnesota Chippewa (Anishinaabe). Tribal ID and all!

      • Dwayne Jackson

        You must be extremely proud of your accomplishments though.

        • sardiverdave

          You’re absolutely right. Earning something through hard work makes one appreciate it all the more.

      • tarco118

        We call her Pocohontis Spreading Bull. She is from BO’s very close community organizers who organized OWS in Boston. She is in the busines of buying up forclosures (20 to date) insider

    • $23438681

      A college friend in Oklahoma (same approx age as Warren) was full blood as well as his wife. Their families had maintained their tribal membership and did for their children as well. Why? Because it meant they could share mineral royalties and be provided college education. I was surprised to hear they were native. They did not look any different than any other Oklahoman (I cannot remember if they had high cheek bones.) Oklahoma Indians that are tribal members, full or a fraction of it, have benefits that Warren never used while she was in Oklahoma. This is how I know Warren is a liar and opportunist that played a rigged system. She is disgraceful.

      • sgb1

        I grew up in Oklahoma. I guarantee the Cherokee are very picky about who gets on their rolls. We, too, had a family legend of NA background, which we never claimed. My sister is researching the family history and cannot find a trace of information that it might be true. That makes us very happy that we never claimed it. Why didn’t this woman investigate before she claimed it? Is it because she is dishonest, self-serving and looking to put herself above others?

    • Jim Russell

      Democrats deserve the Chutzpa Medal for giving this embarrassing fraud a speaking slot at their Convention. Absolute no shame….or values.

  • TugboatPhil

    I have followed this since Granny Warren entered the race, with podcasts from Howie Carr of WRKO Boston.

    Also a good source, a Cherokee genealogy blogger named Twila Barnes has been on this from early on.

    • grais

      Twila Barnes is great. She calls out all the phonies.

    • winoboob

      great Howie oft used saying “don’t believe your lying eyes”. Can I please have some sympathy as a (middle class, working) conservative living in MA?

      • TugboatPhil

        The only folks from Mass that have ever personally known were in the military, and they were all great guys. I could never understand how so many moonbats kept getting elected up there….until I visited and drove through a few campuses. Self explanatory after that.

        I listen to a lot of podcasts from Boston to LA and points in between. The local callers to the Chump Line and to Michael Graham’s Confession Hotline are some of the funniest and most creative people I have ever heard, and have no idea who they are. But both of those features are hilarious!

      • Anthony Morrison

        being a middle class, working, young conservative in MA is like being Elizabeth Warren at a pow wow we don’t belong

  • TC_LeatherPenguin

    Looks like Ace was deep into the Val-u-Rite last night… and then he broke out the pudding!

  • JoeMyGod

    I was lucky enough to meet the future Senator at the DNC. She was swarmed everywhere she went. On election day you can console yourselves with the idea that at least you’ll get to mock her for the next six years.

    • Smart Grunt

      So “Many Shades of White” was swarmed at the DNC, big deal. YOU WERE AT THE DNC! If we said, “Scott Walker was swarmed everywhere he went in the RNC,” you would be right to say big f’ing deal. You can’t gauge support for someone just by seeing them in their convention.

      • JoeMyGod

        My point, obviously, is that Warren has the support of the entire Dem machine. For the same reason that Walker survived his recall attempt, Warren will be elected.

        • LiberalNightmare

          What was the name of the sacrificial lamb that had the support of the DNC machine and was beaten by Scott Brown the last time? I forget.

          • JoeMyGod

            Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. She’s considered to be in the running for the next open SCOTUS seat.

          • LiberalNightmare

            Thanks, I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one that forgot her name.

            Hows that Dem machine working out for you so far?

          • Pete Futz

            He didn’t even get it!

        • Smart Grunt

          Walker survived his recall attempt because he had the support of the voters. The entire Dem machine was against him, and it was more the Tea Party than the Republican establishment that was supporting him. I’m not discounting the effect of the parties’ support to candidates, but more and more people on both sides are circumventing the parties.

        • Maria

          Nobody ever said the Democratic machine wasn’t broken.

      • hutch1200

        She was “swarmed” by SEIU thugs to keep Alt media away from her! However, you are correct in saying she may win. If she does, that will do nothing to alleviate the thoughts of the Nation that Mass voters are Morons for voting for her and all those Kennedys. And the fact that ppl revel in electing a fraud, of much lower standards than Brown, is indeed very telling. “Yeah, but she’s OUR lying fraud”, Nice mantra there!

    • NotaLemming

      She should be in prison for fraud. Theft by deception.

      • Guest

        Well, THERE or 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

    • grais

      Princess Lying Hypocrite will be mocked for more than six years, believe me.

    • holygoat

      Your tears will be the sweetest when Brown is re-elected to the “Ted Kennedy” seat.

      • JoeMyGod

        RCP’s polling average shows the race to be a statistical tie at the moment. It’s probably going to be the closest Senate race this round.

        • Robert

          It is absolutely mind boggling how stupid the voters of MA are, for this moron to even be in the race let alone tied with Brown.

          • JoeMyGod

            Two words: Mitt Romney.

          • Robert

            The top of his class Harvard millionaire? That guy?

          • JoeMyGod

            Oh, so MA voters AREN’T so dumb after all?

          • Maria

            Two words: Epic Fail.

          • Pete Futz

            he never gets it!

    • Abiss

      Honor? Honesty?…How’s THAT f*cking work?

    • BeeKaaay

      I would rather see her looking for a real job after the election.

    • Maria

      A fraud is a fraud is a fraud.

    • grais

      btw, did she give you any tips on making a bundle from the housing crisis like she did?

  • J D

    I think this is less about Warren and more about Breitbart… destroying the narratives the MSM try to hide.

  • nc

    30 questions, not counting extra questions in a tweet, and each one simple and straightforward. Brilliant! Traditional journalism may be dead, but there is hope for the future, once talent like this really finds a national voice.

  • Dencal26

    Elizabeth Warren now claims to be part Eskimo. She remembers her Mom giving her Eskimo Pies as a kid and her Dad building an Igloo in the backyard after a blizzard.

  • Robert

    Ace’s stuff on she fakes a lot is some of the funniest things I have ever read. Well done.

  • IronButterfly

    “Both sides were against me since the day I was born.” From the Cher song Cherokee People.

    Well Ms Warren, have you felt that the Indians and the white man were against you from the day you were born? If so, explain how and explain how your career path was made easier…. I mean made harder by your ancestry?

  • schatzi

    Liz Warren – the Minnie Nyuck-Nyuck-Nyuck of Hahvahd.

  • Maria

    I’m 12.5% Native American. Bet she is less than I am! Haha.
    What a poser and fraud.
    Ace is awesome as always!

    • grais

      There’s No evidence–zip, zero, nada–that she’s Native American At All.
      She’s 100% white fraud.

      • TugboatPhil

        She’s an undocumented Cherokee.

  • chrisc72

    Hey if you had nothing to hide, you would run from a simple question too. Leave her alone.

  • michael

    Now we begin to understand her relationship with Obama. BOTH claimed to be something they are not on their college admissions. Or maybe in Obama’s case, it was true, and then later denied.

  • Mickey Byrd

    Hey Warren… this lie you have been telling… You DID build that.

  • Dwayne Jackson

    My four times Great grandmother was full blooded Cherokee who was orphanail of tears. I do not know what percentage that makes me but I can assure you I would try to use what little I am in the way Warren has, She’s disgusting.

  • Dwayne Jackson

    Orphaned on the Trail of Tears.

  • David

    Affirmative Action story. A long time ago, 1989, I worked for the Home shopping network..remember them? Telephone operator for all that wonderful stuff they sold on TV…burp. Anyway, I was to train a woman who was hired on recently. Requirements for hire: Type at least 35wpm, good speaking and basic knowledge skills. As I sat with her, and a call came in, she put fourth her 2 fingers, one per hand and searched the keys for the correct letters. The caller couldn’t understand a word she “wuz talkin bout”, and she finally spelled the callers state. “ilinoi”….. I gave up. Results of hiring color out of quality. FAIL.

  • Conservativeanarchist

    Very funny. The student does a good job making her look like the loon she really is.

  • Shane Michael

    Oh my God! Thank you SO much for the best laugh I have had in forever! This woman is a disgrace and those Tweets were hilarioius!!

  • BeeKaaay

    Remember, leftwingwackos will never hold a leftwingwacko to the truth. Anything to promote Marxism is their way.

  • John Wheeler

    Those who have been victims of “fairness” are the one who truly know it’s full effect. As a former employee of the federal government, I know exactly how it feels to be passed over because of skin color (white skin).

  • Tom

    the things politicians will do and say is amazing

  • Douglas Turmel

    This is …… the FUNNIEST thing I have read in a long time………..

  • Postbackxp

    Just another Dem taking whats not theirs.
    The Native American’s have had their land stolen now thanks to this Dem
    their very Blood line has now been taken.

  • People Corporation

    I wondered why I saw Elizabeth Warren sprinting down the street. Ace was asking her some questions.

  • ben marshall

    People fail to understand that Indians did not believe anyone “owns the land”.

  • Jessica__Smith

    I want to know if she can put up 1/32 of a tepee.

  • NWFL Conservative

    I am 1/256 black foot and I am outraged at these attacks against a fellow squaw!


  • Lisa Edward

    If You wanna talk to her real name is POCAHONTAS When she is rude u need WAR DANCE

  • exceller

    Been awhile since I’ve laughed so hard. That Ace is one funny dude.

  • mkreider

    This is possibly one of the funniest things I have seen. Unfortunately, old pocohantas probably did cheat a Native American out of a job. Thanks.

  • concernedru

    Lieawatha gained her wealth the old fashioned
    way, she cheated some real minority from a very well paid professors position
    so Harvard could advertise it’s facilitys diversity. Shame on both for speaking
    with forked tongue !

  • Randall Stokes

    When I encounter a democrat in daily life seems I automaticly think they are lieing thru there teeth….

  • The Sanity Inspector

    As to the video, I don’t blame her. There is no upside in doing ambush interviews. Whether you answer or refuse, the takeaway is a herky-jerky video clip which makes the interviewee look suspicious. If I ever get in a position where this happens to me, I’m just going to stand still, smile, and politely repeat “I’m sorry, but I don’t give ambush interviews”, until the camera crew gives up and leaves.

  • Yeeheecom

    I can’t believe you all can’t see the resemblance. lol

  • Goodnplenty

    No, and I certainly wouldn’t want to be operated on by someone who cheated through med school; which is what happens when you put people in positions they aren’t qualified for. Someone has to cover for them.

  • sardiverdave

    If AA is wrong (and I believe it is), it was a lesser evil than the discrimination that occurred for generations. I can see AA right after the Jim Crow laws were struck, and I don’t mind offering some institutional help to get folks off the ground. I mind it being a policy that exists a couple of generations from that time, though.

    I disagree with it continuing for women, too. I see it in federal and state contracts. A minority or woman owned company gets preferences for 10 years. They then dissolve and re-form as a new 8-A company and the game starts anew.

  • DebEast

    Great point!