MSNBC Finds Cherokee Statement on Warren "Ridiculous"

The definition of partisanship.

MSNBC reached a new partisan low when a contributor "found the (Cherokee) statement ridiculous" because Senator Warren "did not try to join a tribe or claim membership in a tribe".

Isn't that racist?

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phantonym
phantonym

Suddenly these folks are all concerned with lies...amusing.

bub23
bub23

MSNBC misses the point- Warren LIED to take advantage of affirmative action thus knocking out truly "deserving" candidates for the positions that were "set asides". It also points out the problem with affirmative action in that the resumes are often questioned as to the true ability of the employee candidate. Warren will always have a cloud over her head as to the truth of her resume and abilities. She LIED and the truth has been exposed.

heimdall
heimdall

Trump should go ahead and give 1/1024 of one megabuck to the Eddie Eagle foundation in her name [he said a charity, not which or her choice]

justachristian
justachristian

If that is the new low for partisanship over at msnbc then they have to really up their game if they are looking at competing for the partisan championship with FOX.

That said Warren has handled this horribly. You knew Trump would never honor his word and you knew nobody on the right would ever expect it of him. So what exactly did you have to gain from proving you have a trace of American Indian? This is just another Obama birth certificate all over again. Why even play the right's racist games?