“Paleface speaks with forked tongue” perfectly describes Elizabeth ‘Fauxcahontas’ Warren’s identity theft of Native American heritage for the sole purpose of advancing her career.

Warren has been called out many times for her shameful, if not criminal, racial exploitation, including here at Powdered Wig.

In a ceremony honoring Navajo Code Talkers, President Trump referred to Warren as “Pocahontas,” which sent the usual liberal weenie suspects in the mainstream media into convulsions.

They are not at all bothered by the fact that Warren lied and exploited a disadvantaged race of people and stole their identity for money and personal gain. Yet, they go into cardiac arrest when President Trump makes fun of it.

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The White House defended President Trump’s “Pocahontas” jab while Elizabeth Warren tried to cash in on the selective outrage, reports BizPac Review.

“What most people find offensive is Senator Warren lying about her heritage to advance her career,” WH press secretary Sarah Sanders said Monday (video below).

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President Trump honored Native American Navajo code talkers who served in World War II. (screenshot)

Sanders was responding to the media attacks insisting Trump had mocked Native Americans (whom he honored at a White House event) when he took a jab at Senator Warren.

“You were here long before any of us were here,” Trump said to three Navajo WWII veterans who had worked with the Marines as code talkers. “We have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas.”

Elizabeth Warren has repeatedly trashed President Trump both during the 2016 campaign and since he took office. Trump usually responds by calling attention to her lying about her background to advance her career.

During her 30s, Warren claimed she was Native American to benefit from affirmative action hiring programs meant for actual Native Americans.

In 2012, Warren admitted that she had told Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania she was Native American while applying for teaching jobs. Not surprisingly, she was quickly recruited by both schools, which proudly touted her fake background in its PR materials.

Exhaustive investigations have turned up no evidence that Warren (a.k.a. – “Princess Sitting Bull”) is Native American.

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Elizabeth Warren once claimed she’s Native American because she has “high cheekbones.” (Twitter)

Shortly after President Trump joked about her, Warren ran to MSNBC to play the victim card.

“Donald Trump does this over and over, thinking somehow he is gonna shut me up with this,” Warren said (video below). “It hadn’t worked in the past; it’s not gonna work in the future.”

Warren continued to exploit Native Americans by trying to fund-raise off Trump’s Pocahontas jab. She sent out a mass email Monday night asking for donations in the hours following the incident.

Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Democrat has never apologized to Native Americans for exploiting their heritage to further her career.

In July 2017, Warren refused to take a DNA test mailed to her by Indian-American entrepreneur V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, who’s running against her for her U.S. Senate seat in 2018.

Boston-based businessman and inventor V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai is the real deal. The Republican received a Ph.D. and his undergraduate degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Ayyadurai is running on the slogan: “Only a real Indian can defeat the fake Indian.”

Many on Twitter were stunned that liberals were more upset by Trump’s “Pocahontas” joke than by Elizabeth Warren’s lying about her heritage to advance her career.