Donald Trump Jr. tweeted the perfect response to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s hypocritical comments on the recent college admission scandal.
Details of the scandal became public earlier this week, which essentially involved wealthy people and celebrities paying bribes in order to get their kids into top schools.
The federal investigation, which was called “Operation Varsity Blues,” found that parents were spending thousands upon thousands of dollars to cheat their kids into prestigious colleges and universities.
In the most hypocritical way possible, Warren said “she has zero sympathy for parents caught in college admissions scam.”
Trump Jr. took to Twitter to remind everyone that Warren cheated and identified herself as a Native American to advance herself.
Warren literally cheated to get ahead.
“LOL, Yea it’s almost like they faked minority status to get into school and future tenured jobs in academia,” Trump Jr. wrote.
LOL, Yea it’s almost like they faked minority status to get into school and future tenured jobs in academia. https://t.co/jdIY3ujcPC
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 13, 2019
Warren claimed that she is a Native American and “minority” on her paperwork when she taught law at Harvard University.
Warren also classified herself as Native American on her Texas State Bar information.
In other words, she is nothing short of a cheater.
Trump Jr. was also referring to Warren releasing the results of a DNA test she took late last year.
Warren’s test results showed that she is only 1/1,024th American Indian, which is less than the average white person from North America.
It would be an understatement to say that Warren’s DNA test proves anything other than she has less Native American ancestry in her family lore than the average white person from the U.S.
Warren provided the DNA results to The Boston Globe, and she claims the test shows that she has a trace of Native American in her family history, a claim that has been challenged by many for several years.
However, the report shows that she had one “unadmixed Native American ancestor” dating back to around the 1700s.
Warren’s DNA test was administered and handled by Stanford University professor Carlos D. Bustamante.
Bustamante calculated that Warren’s only Native American ancestor appears in her family tree “in the range of 6-10 generations ago.” Bustamante said he believes the ancestor could have been Warren’s great-great-great-grandmother, O.C. Sarah Smith, who was partially Native American.
Smith was born in the late 1700s, and identified as “white” in historical documents, according to the Globe.
Warren’s DNA test came after she has been engulfed in controversy for claiming to have Cherokee Indian heritage.
Her reasoning has gotten so bad that she once claimed her “high cheekbones” proved she was Cherokee Indian.
Beyond that, it is incredible to see that Warren is now attacking those who cheated to get ahead, when she literally did the same thing years ago to advance her own career.