So, how did Elizabeth Warren’s big DNA test gamble pay off with actual Native Americans? If you guessed “not good,” then come and collect your prize.

Let’s see what we’ve got going on. First, there’s this:

More from the Washington Examiner:

A professor at the University of Alberta chided Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., for taking a DNA test to prove her Native American heritage, saying her action ultimately does more harm to Native Americans.

Kim TallBear, part of the native studies faculty at the university, said Monday that Warren taking a DNA test is “yet another strike — even if unintended — against tribal sovereignty.”

In a lengthy statement, TallBear said Warren has refused to meet with Cherokee Nation community members who have challenged her ancestry claims.

“This shows that she focuses on and actually privileges DNA company definitions in this debate, which are ultimately settler-colonial definitions of who is indigenous,” the statement said. “As scholars of race have shown, it is one of the privileges of whiteness to define and control everyone else’s identity.”

No. No it did not. But unfortunately for Lizzy, there was more where that came from:

Ho. Le. Crap. That’s gonna leave a mark that may never heal.

And this, Elizabeth Warren, is why you should always quit while you’re behind.

The worse it gets for her, the better it gets for us.

Next up?

Here’s something to look out for:

Ha! Well anyway, one thing’s for sure: Elizabeth Warren’s in trouble. And it couldn’t be happening to a nicer gal.