Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) responded to some tweet from President Donald Trump who made fun of global warming on Thursday by tweeting that she “think[s] in science” — a movement that instantly backfired.
“At the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record,” Trump tweeted Thursday. “Maybe we could use a small amount of that good old international Warming which our Nation, but not other countries, was going to cover TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to shield against. Bundle up!”
In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record. Maybe we could use a small amount of that good old international Warming which our Nation, but not other countries, was going to cover TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to shield against. Bundle up!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 29, 2017
A little over an hour after, Warren responded.
“I will say something very crazy: I think in science,” wrote the senator. “Climate change is real and we have a moral duty to protect the Earth to our children and grandchildren.”
I will say something very crazy: I think in science. Climate change is real and we have a moral responsibility to protect the Earth to our children and grandchildren.
— Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) December 29, 2017
In response, Warren acquired an instruction in science on a Selection of subjects, such as DNA, s*x and unborn kids:
DNA is also based in science. Yours does not show you’re Native American. So either you’re an outright liar or you really don’t believe in science. That’s it, #Liewathahttps://t.co/Iq3T89Wnwt
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) December 29, 2017
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) December 29, 2017
— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) December 29, 2017
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 29, 2017
If you believed in science you’d believe that life starts at conception but you don’t, therefore you don’t really believe in science. https://t.co/ALPmaWuVNV
— Aaron Bandler (@bandlersbanter) December 29, 2017
— Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) December 29, 2017
— Harry Khachatrian (@Harry1T6) December 29, 2017
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) December 29, 2017
Warren has come under fire because of her claim that she is Native American — a claim that she reportedly didn’t even create before she had been in her 30s. Warren’s claims are difficult to think considering ” that she isn’t a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, maybe not enrolled in the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, nor isn’t a member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee.”
In 2012, The Atlantic reported that Warren couldn’t even become a member of one of these classes, even if she wanted to as she does not qualify:
Despite a nearly three week over her claim of “being Native American,” the innovative consumer advocate has been not able to point to evidence of Native heritage except for an unsubstantiated thirdhand report that she might be 1/32 Cherokee. Even if it could be proven, it wouldn’t qualify her to be a member of a tribe Unlike assertions in outlets in The New York Times into Mother Jones that having 1/32 Cherokee ancestry is “enough for tribal citizenship,” “Indian enough” to “the Cherokee Nation,” and “maybe not a deal-breaker,” Warren wouldn’t be qualified to be a member of any of the three federally recognized Cherokee tribes depending on the evidence so far surfaced by separate genealogists about her ancestry.
President Trump has always hammered Warren over the claim. He recently took a shot “Pocahontas” at November while honoring Native American WWII code talkers. Though Trump took a great deal of heat for the time of his opinion, even liberal comic Trevor Noah mentioned that the president was right at a section on the situation.