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NEW REPORT Says Elizabeth Warren’s Ancestor Fought Native Americans In Bloody War!


Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren who claims to have enough Native American blood to have claimed funding based on this during her college years and to obtain high-salary job opportunities is actually a descendant herself of an “Indian fighter,” according to a just-released report on Warren’s real family history.

Democrat Sen. Warren’s great-great-great-grandfather Jonathan Crawford reportedly fought in two bloody battles against the Seminole Indian tribe while he served as a militia member in Florida back in the 19th century.

Do you think Warren is aware of this?

Take a look at this breaking report ahead of presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren’s appearance on the debate stage tonight:


Breitbart has in-depth details on Warren's ancestry:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) great-great-great grandfather Jonathan Crawford served in Major William Lauderdale’s Battalion of Tennessee Volunteer Militia from November 1837 to May 1838, a six month time period during which it fought two battles in Florida against the Seminoles.

Today, there are two federally recognized Native American Seminole tribes, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which has 4,000 enrolled members, and the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, which has more than 18,000 enrolled members.

Lauderdale’s battalion fought against the Seminoles at the Battle of Loxahatchee River, in present-day Jupiter, Florida, on January 24, 1838. Then on March 22, 1838, they fought against the Seminoles again at the Battle of Pine Island, in present-day Fort Lauderdale.

A native of Virginia, Lauderdale moved to Tennessee, where he was known as the latest in a long line of Indian fighters, as the Daily Press reported in 1992:

Like other Virginians of his day, Lauderdale developed into an Indian fighter. In 1803 he marched as a Tennessee volunteer to the Louisiana Territory to fight for the United States against the Spanish and the Indians. In the War of 1812 he served under Gen. Jackson and fought against the Indian allies of the British in what are now Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.

William Lauderdale became Gen. Jackson’s trusted understudy in the War of 1812. When the Creek Indians rose up to massacre white settlers in Alabama in 1813 and President James Madison ordered Jackson to defend the area, Capt. Lauderdale and his Tennessee Vols helped win the battle of Talladega. Lauderdale went on to play a part in Jackson’s defeat of the British in the battle of New Orleans in 1815, which ended the War of 1812.

Evidence supporting Jonathan Crawford’s service under Lauderdale in Florida was brought by his widow, Neoma O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford, also known as Neona Crawford, to the Bledsoe County Commission of Bledsoe County, Tennessee in 1850 and 1851, when she applied for a pension from the U.S. government for her husband’s service during the 1837-1838 Second Seminole War.

Thursday is debate night in Houston, and Warren is one of the ten candidates seeking the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination who will be on stage. The debate is hosted by ABC and Univision and will be moderated by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, David Muir, Linsey Davis, and Univision’s Jorge Ramos.

In the first two debates among candidates vying for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination, hosted by CNN and MSNBC, Warren faced no questions about her false claims of Native American ancestry.

Neoma O.C. Sarah Smith Crawford is Sen. Warren’s great-great-great-grandmother. She and Jonathan Crawford were parents of Sen. Warren’s great-great-grandfather Preston H.Crawford.

Crawford is not the only Indian-fighting ancestor of Elizabeth Warren.

As The American Thinker noted,

He's not the only Indian killer in her, to put it delicately, incredible background. Breitbart also notes:

Last month Rebecca Nagle, a Native American progressive activist who has been critical of Sen. Warren’s false claims of Native American ancestry and the professional benefit she obtained from making those claims, stated that William Marsh, another great-great-grandfather of Warren, also served in the Tennessee Militia that rounded up Cherokees in 1836.

That's quite a record for someone who falsely claimed Native American ancestry in order to win at least two ivy-league teaching posts, and something she continued to perpetrate on her Texas bar card to practice law. Still stiffing the Indians after all these years, not all that different from her ancestors. Benefit in hand, and now that she's running for president, she apologizes.

But we haven't exactly seen her open her own checkbook.

Fine and dandy. Then we get a load of what she really wants for the rest of us from her presidential platform from earlier this year, via Reuters:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Friday evening that Native Americans should be “part of the conversation” on reparations, showing a willingness to expand the debate over whether minority groups that have faced discrimination should be financially compensated by the federal government.

Warren is one of four Democratic presidential hopefuls who have said in recent days that they are open to providing some type of reparations to African Americans who are descendants of people who were enslaved in the United States, although they have offered varying levels of details about how the goal would be achieved.

So far, Warren is the only one to entertain the notion of including Native Americans.

 So let's put this together: Most immigration to the U.S. occurred after the U.S. Indian wars and most Americans had nothing to do with what happened. Among Warren's Democratic rivals, Kamala Harris's held slaves in Jamaica, but didn't kill Indians. Bernie Sanders's were persecuted Jews from Eastern Europe. Pete Buttigieg's were recent immigrants from Malta. Joe Biden's were potato famine refugees from Ireland which happened in the 1840s. Warren's ancestors, though, were a rare exception to this pattern, they really did kill Indians. 


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