Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has removed her DNA test ancestry video from their website.
Just in case you need the reminder, you can watch an edited version of the video below.
Warren's video aimed to fight off attacks from President Donald Trump on Warren’s self proclaimed Native American heritage. The DNA test actually revealed Warren could be as little as 1/1024th Native American.
It would seem the campaign had no reservations in removing the video.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
On Monday, the video was removed from the campaign website originally linked at elizabethwarren.com/heritage, which now takes web visitors to a "Fact Squad' page, having the URL https://facts.elizabethwarren.com/family/.
The leftist media is trying to help remove the issue as well, as NewsBusters reports:
CBS This Morning journalists on Monday attempted to downplay Elizabeth Warren’s repeated efforts to pass herself off as a Native American, calling it a “flap” and insisting that many think it’s “much ado about nothing.”
Warren appeared at a Native American forum on Monday in Iowa. This is the same woman who tried to be seen as a Cherokee and who contributed to the cookbook Pow Wow Chow. CBS reporter Ed O’Keefe gently reminded, “You’ll remember she faced backlash last year for releasing a DNA test revealing that she has a very small trace of Native American ancestry.”