LOL! Elizabeth Warren Condemns College Entrance Cheating Despite Her Own DNA Cheating Scandal

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Wow! Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was recently asked if she has any sympathy for the wealthy celebrities and elites who were caught bribing Ivy League officials to get their kids into some of the top colleges in the nation. If you missed that story, 50 people were arrested and charged in the scandal. They bribed (allegedly) college admissions officials, coaches and others with millions of dollars to get their non-athletic kids accepted into posh universities as red-shirt pole vaulters, rowers and other sports slots. The parents and college officials absolutely cheated to let wealthy students jump to the front of the line.

You probably also know that Senator Pocahontas Warren of the proud Milli Vanilli tribe has laid down her peace pipe and gone on the warpath against Big Chief Orange Man Bad in the 2020 presidential contest. Pocahontas hopes that you will donate all of your wampum to her campaign, so she can scalp Orange Man Bad and redistribute everyone’s wampum to her own tribe.

Needless to say, it’s more than a little ironic for the media to ask Warren her opinion on a college cheating scandal. Warren was caught earlier this year passing herself off as an “American Indian” on her bar admission forms, and spent years promoting herself as the first Native American Woman of Color teaching at Harvard University. Check out this video to see Pocahontas Warren’s reaction to parents caught cheating in the college admissions scandal.

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