No way. Those liberal activists have no trouble lampooning Republicans. But they would rather eat nails than target a liberal icon.
Warren seems so proud of her tiny, tiny sliver of American Indian genetic material — and she is not ashamed of using it to fast track her career.
She knows that most Americans have some level of African blood but would she approve of a white person getting a minority advantage with just an infinitesimal drop of black genes?
So back to "Saturday Night Live."
Maybe we could all send them ideas for hilarious skits with a Senator Warren lookalike.
Maybe an interview in an Indian village showing the Senator trying to prove to the Tribal Council that her teeny, weeny speck of DNA gives her the right to claim their precious heritage.
But if you send a skit don’t hold your breath waiting for a reply.
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