Have you heard the one about the paleface woman who called herself a Cherokee to get a teaching job at Harvard?
Harvard later boasted of her as one example of their “minority” faculty.
The evidence is muddled. She may have no Indian blood at all, but if she does it would be 1/32. Let’s take a close look at that number:
One/thirty-second. That makes her about as much an Indian as you and I.
Her name is Elizabeth Warren. She’s now trying to get elected U.S. senator from Massachusetts and, given the kind of people who populate that state, she’ll probably win.
Harvard made no effort to verify her Indian-ness, of course, because they want to look as “diverse” and “inclusive” as they can.
This is typical of the rampant silliness the political-correctness crowd has spread over the United States landscape like rancid mayonnaise.
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(For a far superior commentary on our bogus Indian, I point you toward this column by conservative firebrand and blonde bombshell Ann Coulter.)