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Monday, October 15, 2018

Get that woman a casino!

We're practically cousins. Fauxcahontaus may be one-five-hundred-twelfth Indian
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) made public the results of a DNA test on Monday, which an expert said shows “strong evidence’’ that she has a Native American ancestor.

Warren provided the test results to The Boston Globe on Sunday, the newspaper said, “in an effort to defuse questions about her ancestry that have persisted for years.” According to the paper, the disclosure is another strong sign that she is seriously considering running for president.

“The vast majority” of Warren’s ancestry is European but “the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor” six to 10 generations ago, according to Carlos D. Bustamante, a Stanford University professor who analyzed the results.

This means she could be 1/32nd Native American, or just 1/512th Native American if the ancestor is 10 generations back.
The thing I find amusing is that the same people who insist that I can't possibly be an American Indian despite the undeniable fact that I possess considerably more Indian blood than Warren will turn right around and assail the God-Emperor for mocking her claims.

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171 Comments:

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira October 15, 2018 7:37 AM  

I am native Canadian because I was born here in Canada, on the magic soil. Stop asking for my fishing license, mr game warden sir.

Blogger pdwalker October 15, 2018 7:39 AM  

I have more Native American blood than she has.

Her supposed admixture is well within the margin of error and is just as likely to be a bad reading.

Blogger pdwalker October 15, 2018 7:45 AM  

Oh, and if it’s 6 to 10 generations back that’s 1/64th to 1/1024th.

For those who hate the numbers, think from great great great great grand parent to great^8 grandparent.

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 15, 2018 7:51 AM  

She's mock-worthy because she thinks one drop of non-European blood gives her special moral authority, and she's built a career on that. Whether the drop is really there was never the point.

Blogger Looking Glass October 15, 2018 7:52 AM  

What's the odds they used DNA from a staffer they knew would have a Native American ancestor?

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 15, 2018 7:53 AM  

This means she could be 1/32nd Native American, or just 1/512th Native American if the ancestor is 10 generations back.

And thus fully deserving of any special consideration she received when applying for a position at Harvard, you hating haterz!

Blogger Bultz October 15, 2018 7:55 AM  

She's gonna make the argument that she has tenth generation native american DNA and now thinks this is a solid enough platform to run as an oppressed indigenous native? I can't wait to see her talk about how the invaders "stole our land from us"

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 15, 2018 7:55 AM  

I especially like that she had a guy from Stanford analyze the results. Apparently the results from 23 and Me and Ancestry.com were not sufficiently supportive.

Blogger Longtime Lurker October 15, 2018 7:58 AM  

Oh Happy Day. Looks like my favorite rage hussy is gonna run for president!

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 15, 2018 7:59 AM  

I have more Native American blood than she has.

Me too, I would guess that most people who had ancestors in the US before the frontier closed would have some Native American DNA.

Blogger Silent Draco October 15, 2018 8:02 AM  

Couple of old associates laughed at claims like this, both being 1/32nd and therefore a generation too far from a casino payout. Both freaked out the professional block-checkers when they showed up for minority events. They had fun screwing with them, demanding the block watchers produce THEIR tribal records first. The Vox Effect holds for others, too.

Odd thing about those DNA studies, is that no one ever explains how they clean and decontaminate equipment between tests.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 15, 2018 8:02 AM  

Oh Happy Day. Looks like my favorite rage hussy is gonna run for president!

Hillary reminds guys of their ex-wife. Warren reminds people of that unpleasant aunt they try to avoid at family gatherings during the holidays.

Blogger basementhomebrewer October 15, 2018 8:02 AM  

Ron Winkleheimer wrote:I especially like that she had a guy from Stanford analyze the results. Apparently the results from 23 and Me and Ancestry.com were not sufficiently supportive. Those services show the results and list the margin of error. The guy at Standford used the margin of error to state that she could have a red Indian ancestor.

Blogger marknivenczy October 15, 2018 8:04 AM  

That should tidy up the pesky issue in time for 2020.

Blogger Christopher B October 15, 2018 8:05 AM  

Yeah, that didn't make sense to me either. People don't realize how fast the number of ancestors goes up once you get past 3 or 4 generations.

Blogger Mister Excitement October 15, 2018 8:07 AM  

As despicable as the Left is, you have to admire their audacity. This woman has benefited greatly from this obvious scam her entire life.

She identified the cultural trend of racial victimhood decades ago and adopted that as her strategy for success in life - and it worked.

Blogger tuberman October 15, 2018 8:10 AM  

So who even trusts these DNA testing companies? Surprised that they could not find one that would claim she is at least 25%.

Warren is a fantastic example of how ridiculous the Dims have become. One of many examples.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan October 15, 2018 8:10 AM  

Gattica here we come.

Blogger Longtime Lurker October 15, 2018 8:12 AM  

@10: Interesting. On one of my ancestral lines, I can trace back exactly ten generations from myself to an immigrant ancestor who landed in 1710.

I'm guessing Warren's Indian ancestor entered her line around the turn of the 18th Century, if I go by the perfesser's rough generational estimate.

When it comes to her own identity, Warren is arguing from an extreme, which is to say she has found the Native American exception that proves the obvious: She be white.

Blogger Ransom Smith October 15, 2018 8:14 AM  

Funny because her great grandfather John Herring didn't immigrant from England until the mid 1800s.
I wonder if her current husband is bothered by the fact that she uses her ex husband's last name still.

Blogger bob kuk mando ( i'm sorry you raped Andrea Dworkin and i disavow your Patriarchal Cisheteronormative Bourgeois Consciousness in shame ) October 15, 2018 8:18 AM  

considering that it's already been admitted by gene testing companies that they purposely falsify results if they're aware that a client might have "wrongthink" ( telling an apparent racist that he has "up to 2 percent Negro heritage" when his test shows 0 sub-Saharan admixture ), it's ridiculous that she should be citing an interpretation when the person doing the reading
KNOWS WHO SHE IS.

evaluation:
Carlos D. Bustamante is likely the Christine Blasey-Ford of DNA reading.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine October 15, 2018 8:19 AM  

1/512.

Isn't that what I predicted over a year ago? And we know perfectly well that anything less than about 5% on a genetic ancestry test is less reliable than a weather forecast for a week and a half from today, let alone 3.125% or <0.2%.

However, as someone else already pointed out, 6 back and 10 back are closer to 1/2^6 (1/64) and 1/2^10 (1/1024) than the 1/2^5 (1/32) and 1/2^ (1/512) falsely being claimed in the article.

So, really, it's not even as much as I predicted. They had to lie to even prop it up that far.

Blogger Looking Glass October 15, 2018 8:21 AM  

Ron Winkleheimer wrote:I have more Native American blood than she has.

Me too, I would guess that most people who had ancestors in the US before the frontier closed would have some Native American DNA.


Under the 10th Generation rule, I'm pretty sure a significant portion of Americans living between the Rockies and the Ohio Valley would qualify.

Blogger Remo - Vile Faceless Minion #99 October 15, 2018 8:23 AM  

New hashtag of the week #NativeMeeToo

Blogger Looking Glass October 15, 2018 8:25 AM  

@22 Azure Amaranthine

Still a Democrat and "testing". I'd bet money they took DNA samples from most of her staff until they hit on one that could reasonably look the same as hers but with margin of error chance for Native American blood.

Blogger marco moltisanti October 15, 2018 8:27 AM  

Nice, looks like I've also got more American Indian blood than EW, like at least half of the commenters here or pretty much anyone whose ancestors got here before the frontier closed, as someone else pointed out.

The one thing about the God Emperor is that he gets the joke wrong by calling her Pocahontas. He should be calling her Fauxcahontas (or Fakeajewiah) which is much funnier.

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 15, 2018 8:31 AM  

A new CNN poll of Democrats for 2020 showed Warren at 8%, so she has some work to do. Creepy Uncle Joe was the clear leader at 33% with Sanders in second. Maybe she hopes to end up on top after they're purged for being white men.

Hilariously, they didn't include Clinton at all. They're like a kid who hears a monster under the bed: if he keeps his eyes squeezed closed and doesn't look, maybe it will just go away. My money is on her taking it again if she's still more-or-less ambulatory.

Blogger Lurker October 15, 2018 8:34 AM  

It doesn't matter what your ancestry is when the dirt is magic.

Blogger Silent Draco October 15, 2018 8:37 AM  

By the shore of Charles River,
With pinch-ed face and sour liver,
Maybe princess shout and scoffa;
And her name was Lieawatha.

...

(Rest of the cantos are in process; this was a sample. Hard to write and edit for the meter, and keep a straight face.)

Blogger IAM Spartacus October 15, 2018 8:37 AM  

Hmm by that estimate I'm Jewish because I'm like 1% western European jew. Lets just ignore the 80% English so I can claim my Holocaust card.

Oh the irony, people looking to prove how not-raciest they are because they have some one drop of blood. I seem to remember another "one-drop" rule the people used for racial selection.

Blogger Lurker October 15, 2018 8:39 AM  

Wait some guys already went to the moon? That would make them Lunarians? Wait till they get to Mars. That magic Mars dirt will transform you into a Martian.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 8:39 AM  

Let's see the actual report from 23andme....betting the "interpretation" is fake.

Blogger Shimshon October 15, 2018 8:42 AM  

Can I identify as Native American and then sue the firm for misstating the truth?

Blogger CM October 15, 2018 8:46 AM  

I'm 1/32 and it's fewer generations than 6 :p

Great great grandmother was full-blooded.

Blogger Weak October 15, 2018 8:51 AM  

100%

Blogger Crew October 15, 2018 8:53 AM  

Hmmm, aren't their numbers off?

1 Generation ago means 1/2. Then 6 generations ago means 1/64th and 10 generations ago means 1/1024th.

Blogger Cataline Sergius October 15, 2018 8:59 AM  

“the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor”

Why the weasel wording? You ask.

Because the haplogroup in question would have turned up the same result if Warren was 1/512th Mongolian.

When the results are that watered down, they are nearly meaningless.

Blogger Looking Glass October 15, 2018 9:00 AM  

Crew wrote:Hmmm, aren't their numbers off?

1 Generation ago means 1/2. Then 6 generations ago means 1/64th and 10 generations ago means 1/1024th.


You're assuming journalists can math properly. That's always the first mistake.

Blogger pdwalker October 15, 2018 9:04 AM  

CM, I just found out last summer that I have two full blooded great great grandmothers on the French side of the family.

Does that entitle me to have a bonfire twice as large as yours?

Let’s have a pow-wow and work out what it means.

Blogger Hammerli280 October 15, 2018 9:05 AM  

I sincerely doubt that any Real American with ancestry predating the Civil War does NOT have Native American blood somewhere in their lineage.

Which is statistically equivalent to claiming descent from Charlemagne or Sommerled, of course.

Blogger RC October 15, 2018 9:05 AM  

2**10 = 1024. The president's going to have to pay up now.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer October 15, 2018 9:08 AM  

Which is statistically equivalent to claiming descent from Charlemagne or Sommerled, of course.

It occurs to me that she probably has more Neanderthal DNA than American Indian.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan October 15, 2018 9:09 AM  

A few years ago a Mongolian group of "engineers" came thru my workplace, the women and western dressed as could be still went into the women's bathroom and pissed on the floor. The women in my workplace (genetically white I guess) were mystified so I made up a story about how Mongolians had it in their heads that all American white women were hoes and the Mongo chicks were afraid to sit on the toilet sit les they catch the HIV.

So moral of the story being that while the clowns on the left and the right virtue signal about the Holy POCs good breeding will still be valued and that trends white.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 9:26 AM  

The Boston Globe reports that Bustamante used South American DNA as a stand in for native American DNA.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 9:32 AM  

Which is statistically equivalent to claiming descent from Charlemagne or Sommerled, of course.

"It occurs to me that she probably has more Neanderthal DNA than American Indian."

Almost certainly. The average for white europeans is about 2 1/2% Neanderthal...

Blogger CarpeOro October 15, 2018 9:36 AM  

@21 My sister did a DNA test through Ancestry.com. Considering I have documented information on a fair portion of my immediate ancestry I was a bit surprised that they claimed my background was nearly half Scandinavian. My mother's ancestors would have to have had unusual amounts of Scandinavian genes from the English, Irish, French, and Scottish areas. My father's side would have to have either lied about his mother being Prussian or similar small percentage possibilities. Add 6% they weren't sure of... I think there is a high probability of contamination as was suggested up thread or general chicanery afoot. Since my family was in the Carolinas back to possibly pre-Revolution I figure there are good odds I have more Amerind blood than Focohantas.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 15, 2018 9:37 AM  

The thing is... you only have 46 chromosomes. That means getting ANY genes from a particular ancestor in the 6th generation (1 / (2^6)) = 1/64 or earlier is a real crapshoot. And even 5th generation (1/32), odds are you got more of some ancestors at the expense of others

You pa
ss on half (1 of each of the 23 pairs) of your chromosomes to your kids. But even the most even division between your parents gives 12 from either parent and 11 from the other is not guaranteed in any particular gamete cell. 1 cell could be formed with 23 chromosomes from your mother (1/2^23 chance) and another with 23 chromosomes from your father). 1 of your fathers + 22 your mothers = (23 / (2^23)), and likewise for the reverse.

Blogger Warunicorn October 15, 2018 9:52 AM  

I really do hope she gets her clock cleaned next month but there are really too many retards here in Massivetwoshits for that to happen.

Blogger Stickwick Stapers October 15, 2018 9:54 AM  

My grandfather's family has been here since before the Revolution. My DNA report sez I had a Native American OR East Asian ancestor about 10 generations back. First of all, the test can't distinguish which it is. Second, I will bet you that any American with similar deep roots will get that result. Utterly unremarkable.

Blogger Theproductofafineeduction October 15, 2018 9:55 AM  

@47

It's even worse than that, you give your children half your DNA, but it isn't necessary an equal representation, entire groupins a.k.a genetic lines, may not make it over and it varies child form child. My mother and my uncle took DNA tests and there was a difference of 15 percentage points in their stated Celtic DNA. He ended up with a little bit of Norwegian in the result as well whereas my mother had none-showing whatsoever.

Blogger The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey October 15, 2018 10:01 AM  

I have more Indian blood than Fauxchontas, I bet you. Both sides of my family have been running around the Appalachian woods since before there was a United States. There's a 100% some Indian blood got into the mix on both sides.


That does not make me an Indian. I'm as Scotch-Irish Appalachian as they come. Well, really Scotch Appalachian. I'm not sure how the Irish got into this mix, it seems like a Judeo-Christian sort of thing everybody says without thinking. Not very many Irish-descended folks running around where I'm from, if any at all. Scots and English and subsumed Indians.


Blogger Lion's Den October 15, 2018 10:02 AM  

I'm surprised she didn't claim that the test also showed she was 1/64th "porch monkey!"

Blogger Avalanche October 15, 2018 10:05 AM  

Semi OT? I was writing a comment to an old VP thread on evolution, it relates to both@47 and "how can you trust these 'we'll tell you your ancestry, and maybe we won't lie' outfits":

What is the main objection that Christians have against the theory of evolution? Why the focus against this specific theory?
I know some reasons it's not:
...
It shouldn't be for lack of empirical support. This support may have been weak decades ago, but ever since we've been able to sequence DNA, the empirical base for evolution has been pretty strong. Certainly stronger than that of the early days of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity, when both of those theories hung on the result of a few obscure experiments that could only be interpreted by specialists (and I don't remember a backlash against them).


DNA doesn't do it. There is an empirical basis that we all -- humans and animals -- are made from the same building blocks in differing-to-various-degrees combination, AND as modified by epigenetics (the effectors for "when to stop, start, block, moderate, or increase DNA's actions/effects").

If I build a house and a barn out of mud bricks -- out of mud bricks from the same pit and firing around the same span of time -- did one building "descend with slight modifications" from the other? Or do they merely share the same "signature" because they were built of the same material by the same designer?

That thought makes me quail... It's a "logical,-it-follows"; even though I am barely into my journey of who/what/how in the creation of biological lifeforms. It's very clear that it is NOT the orthodox Theory of Evolution. However, I am not anywhere close to 'therefore, God dun it.'

But you can chuck the "DNA proves it" theory at the outset.

Blogger Linus October 15, 2018 10:11 AM  

Who is the ancestor? I mean, I know DNA tests are all the rage, but I have my own pedigree chart that is 100% complete back to the 6th generation and 80% complete at the 8th. I don't have to guess using DNA voodoo. Can't Poky just show us the chart?

Oh, right, it's a lie.

Blogger Matthew Morgan October 15, 2018 10:17 AM  

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Blogger Matthew Morgan October 15, 2018 10:18 AM  

@44 Based on that, she's a Dreamer.

And still probably a distant relative of Vox!

Blogger Desdichado October 15, 2018 10:20 AM  

The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey wrote:I'm as Scotch-Irish Appalachian as they come. Well, really Scotch Appalachian. I'm not sure how the Irish got into this mix, it seems like a Judeo-Christian sort of thing everybody says without thinking. Not very many Irish-descended folks running around where I'm from, if any at all. Scots and English and subsumed Indians.

The Scots-Irish in particular are called so because the first moved from the Anglo-Scottish border region for northern Ireland before coming to the US. They're not Irish in the sense that they have anything to do with the ethnic Irish, but because they lived in a portion of Ireland for a time, as rivals and colonizers put there by the British to control the Irish.

Not everybody from the Borderer tradition in Appalachia is Scots-Irish. Sometimes they're just Anglo-Scottish borderers who's ancestors didn't make a stop in Northern Ireland first.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 10:21 AM  

My 23andMe results were exactly what I expected.

Blogger Chris Mallory October 15, 2018 10:41 AM  

Ron Winkleheimer wrote:Me too, I would guess that most people who had ancestors in the US before the frontier closed would have some Native American DNA.

SJW promoted myth. Whites in the US are amazingly white, especially those of use who are real Americans.

There are a lot of "Cherokee princess" claims, but in the vast majority of cases they are rubbish.

I will grant that certain areas of the Smokies, Louisiana and Oklahoma do have a significant population of mixed bloods.

Blogger Heterodox October 15, 2018 10:45 AM  

My guess is that she was hedging. If the results came baxb zero, nobody ever would have known.

Blogger English Tom October 15, 2018 10:47 AM  

@Shimshon

Re: Identifying as native American.

Rachel Dolezal proved that humans can be transracial. So go for it!

Blogger Chris Mallory October 15, 2018 10:49 AM  

My earliest paternal ancestor came to North America in the middle 1600's. His uncle gave him some land in Virginia after Cromwell's army burned the family home.
The land in America had an Indian village on it when my ancestor took it over. He removed the village and the savages from his land.
The family drifted west until the early 1800's when they stopped in West Kentucky.

I had my test run by Ancestry. It showed 98% Western European and British Isles. The 2% was supposedly Caucus Mountains and Middle Eastern. But both traces were so small they could have been static. No Asian/American Indian at all.

Blogger Edwin October 15, 2018 11:02 AM  

1/1024

Blogger Crew October 15, 2018 11:02 AM  

@46: Crossover also affects the results.

Blogger dienw October 15, 2018 11:07 AM  

With the science of epigenetics which declare that even former lovers leave DNA traces, can we assume that the Native American blood may be traced back to one of her former lovers; maybe even her mother's?

Blogger Cloudbuster October 15, 2018 11:09 AM  

CarpeOro: My sister did a DNA test through Ancestry.com. Considering I have documented information on a fair portion of my immediate ancestry I was a bit surprised that they claimed my background was nearly half Scandinavian.

Or momma lied about who sister's Daddy is. Any strapping blonde delivery men in her past?

Blogger Gurpgork October 15, 2018 11:10 AM  

Most democrats probably have strong moon ancestry, thats why they're all lunatics.

Blogger Cloudbuster October 15, 2018 11:11 AM  

Dirk Manly: The thing is... you only have 46 chromosomes. That means getting ANY genes from a particular ancestor in the 6th generation (1 / (2^6)) = 1/64 or earlier is a real crapshoot

Forget it. A lot of leftists also believe in homeopathy.

Blogger Longtime Lurker October 15, 2018 11:12 AM  

BREAKING: Major correction from the @BostonGlobe. The DNA test revealed that Elizabeth Warren is not 1/512 Native American, she's 1/1,024. That's 0.0009765625.

https://twitter.com/SteveGuest?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1051838194843553792&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thegatewaypundit.com%2F2018%2F10%2Fboston-globe-update-and-correction-elizabeth-warren-is-1-1012-native-american-not-1-512%2F

Blogger ZaijiaN October 15, 2018 11:15 AM  

Picohontas

Blogger InformationMerchant October 15, 2018 11:18 AM  

If this is the standard, no one need apply for anything as white ever again.


@26 Pocahontas vs Fauxcahontas is the same joke, one is just slightly more subtle.

He built on Pocahontas with Da Nang Richard. Every time he says people understand why he's saying it.

Blogger Rabbi B October 15, 2018 11:19 AM  

Remember when Hillary claimed Jewish ancestry?

Pepperidge Farms remembers.

Must be a Dem thing.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener October 15, 2018 11:22 AM  

That settles it. She has to go back.

Blogger Crew October 15, 2018 11:28 AM  

Of course, the article also misleadingly compares her with British whites and Utah whites:

She possesses 12 times more Native American blood than a white person from Great Britain, the report found, and 10 times more than a white person from Utah.

The correct comparison is white Americans generally.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener October 15, 2018 11:34 AM  

Most autosomes aren't passed on to offspring unmodified; they exchange genetic material with each other during meiosis. The major exception to this is that men pass on unmodified X or Y chromosomes to their offspring. There is so much DNA in our genomes that your chances of having DNA from an ancestor 10 generations ago are virtually 100%.

Blogger Midwestern Dad October 15, 2018 11:45 AM  

Cool. Cromwell resulted in my early ancestor arriving as well.
There must have been a massive exodus of cavaliers to Virginia/Carolinas, and Georgia. Many southerners have similar stories. Even the westward move is is similar in them.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 11:47 AM  

My 23AndMe report just says ".2% other"--can I get my AA now?
Of course, the margin of error is greater than this, substantially greater per Greg Cochran.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 11:50 AM  

But of course it's all meaningless unless replicated by an independent lab....Wonder why we aren't being given the full DNA breakdown?

Blogger VFM #7634 October 15, 2018 11:51 AM  

"She possesses 12 times more Native American blood than a white person from Great Britain, the report found, and 10 times more than a white person from Utah."

12 * 0 = 0

Blogger Robert What? October 15, 2018 11:51 AM  

Why does she even need to release her DNA report? These days all she has to do is "identify" as an American Indian. After all, a trans man with a penis can identify as a woman and society will demand we treat him as a woman.

Blogger Cecil Henry October 15, 2018 11:54 AM  

NO she's not Indian, she's STILL just a virtue signalling White chick.


Oh, And she's racist too: she believes DNA makes her a member of a racial group.

Nice job Pochahontas.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 15, 2018 11:57 AM  

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Blogger VFM #7634 October 15, 2018 11:57 AM  

BTW, AncestryDNA redid all their estimates just last month with a five times larger reference sample size, which pretty much got rid of all spurious "trace regions".

I'll just bet that Fauxcahonts had previously had a trace of Native American in her old AncestryDNA estimate, but her new estimate showed her being 100% European, and so she got a custom-made test from this Bustamante fellow, who is likely a Democrat.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 15, 2018 11:58 AM  

The black descendants of the Cherokee slaves are more Indian than she is.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel October 15, 2018 12:00 PM  

Why did so many settlers end up in Kentucky? My ancestors did as well, moving from Virginia.

Blogger By My Greybeard! October 15, 2018 12:02 PM  

Mr.Brinn
“...more-or-less ambulatory.”

I wonder, would “corpse on wheels” count?

Blogger Jack Amok October 15, 2018 12:04 PM  

The vanity testing sites like to throw in a little exotic ancestry to make the report more interesting. If everybody came up exactly what they thought they were, it wouldn't be very good marketing.

Odd thing about those DNA studies, is that no one ever explains how they clean and decontaminate equipment between tests.

Did you hear about the serial killer in Germany? One person, linked by DNA, to about 40 murders. And it was unusual because it was a woman.

Turned out the DNA came from a lab technician at the central testing facility the police used.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 12:08 PM  

@87 Lots of lab sloppiness occurs, which is why such results need replication, especially for such trace amounts...It's also unclear how native American DNA can be differentiated from East Asian...

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 12:09 PM  

Democrat dream ticket--Warren--RBG, wheelchairs and all...

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener October 15, 2018 12:10 PM  

@87 I remember that one. Contaminated Q-tips.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 15, 2018 12:13 PM  

"The vanity testing sites like to throw in a little exotic ancestry to make the report more interesting. If everybody came up exactly what they thought they were, it wouldn't be very good marketing."

@Jack Amok
In AncestryDNA's case, it looks like they're actually trying to be accurate, considering the upgrade I just mentioned.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 12:14 PM  

VFM #7634 wrote:BTW, AncestryDNA redid all their estimates just last month with a five times larger reference sample size, which pretty much got rid of all spurious "trace regions".

I'll just bet that Fauxcahonts had previously had a trace of Native American in her old AncestryDNA estimate, but her new estimate showed her being 100% European, and so she got a custom-made test from this Bustamante fellow, who is likely a Democrat.


Just checked my results again. Now they line up perfectly with the genealogy work my grandmother did over 40 years of research.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 12:17 PM  

@93 Me too....Sure enough, my 23andMe report lines up perfectly with my known ancestry, except for that tiny bit of Unassigned. If only Unassigned could get me my casino!

Blogger Duke Norfolk October 15, 2018 12:19 PM  

She should be ashamed. But these people are all completely and endlessly shameless.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 12:20 PM  

You've got to give Warren credit for being a bold scoundrel. She's pyramided her original HLS scam into a Senate seat and now she's trying to take it to the next level...

Blogger SouthRon October 15, 2018 12:24 PM  

Dirk the tests go deeper than just chromosomes. My ancestors came to America 14 generations ago. Without being too detailed there is a very specific mutation of unknown effect that many of my family have which showed up only in that line and has been traced to the mid-to-late 1600s. It’s one of those quirky markers that interests geneticists.

Blogger pyrrhus October 15, 2018 12:25 PM  

Given my proven descent from Niall of the Nine Hostages,High King at Tara, based on haplotype, I think I'm owed a position in the Irish government, as well as a share in the casion.

Blogger Bultz October 15, 2018 12:28 PM  

I just don't understand how none of her advisers suggested she just buried these results instead of thinking she could now publicly force Trump into apology. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad they didn't but I suppose she knew this was a killer for a potential presidency - the results have probably finished it off and she did it for Trump

Blogger nswhorse October 15, 2018 12:31 PM  

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the gene shuffling in human reproduction done at the chromosome level? In which case, isn't the minimum amount of genetic material surviving from any particular ancestor either one full chromosome, or nothing at all?

Blogger InformationMerchant October 15, 2018 12:32 PM  

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2012/06/01/warren-my-parents-were-forced-to-elope/

Seems legit.

Blogger nswhorse October 15, 2018 12:37 PM  

CNN reported Trump's response as two words: "Who cares?".

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 15, 2018 12:43 PM  

And now she's doubling down by insisting Trump pay off a bet she claims he made. Even though leftists are mad that she's distracting from the midterms and real Indians are saying, "Bitch are you for real?" Gotta double down.

Blogger Avalanche October 15, 2018 12:49 PM  

@81 "Nice job Pochahontas."

Did you mean POACH-ahontas?

Blogger Avalanche October 15, 2018 12:53 PM  

@98 "this was a killer for a potential presidency - the results have probably finished it off and she did it for Trump"

Alternative therapy to get Trump out of her head?

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 12:56 PM  

I love how Trump's super power is getting people to reveal to the world just how batshit crazy they are.

Blogger S Jon October 15, 2018 12:58 PM  

nswhorse wrote:Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the gene shuffling in human reproduction done at the chromosome level? In which case, isn't the minimum amount of genetic material surviving from any particular ancestor either one full chromosome, or nothing at all?

As mentioned above, crossover occurs during meiosis (formation of gametes[eggs & sperm]) leading to recombination of genetic material between homologous chromosomes.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Chromosomal_crossover

Blogger Mr.MantraMan October 15, 2018 12:58 PM  

You conservatives expected loud mouthy privileged white feminist shebitches to go quietly into the night as the Glorious People of Color assumed positions of authority to rule while elbowing the shebitches to the side? HAH!

At least now the lefty idiots will be talking about DNA and and genetics so it will give our spergy HBDers something useful to do in correcting the lefty morons.

Blogger nswhorse October 15, 2018 1:06 PM  

S Jon wrote:As mentioned above, crossover occurs during meiosis (formation of gametes[eggs & sperm]) leading to recombination of genetic material between homologous chromosomes.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Chromosomal_crossover


Much appreciated.

Blogger OGRE October 15, 2018 1:11 PM  

Trump should keep his word and just pay up on it...by cutting a check for 1/1024th of $1 million.

Or $976.56

Blogger Akulkis October 15, 2018 1:17 PM  

How to shut down Fauxcahontis -- pay a group of actual red Indians to follow her around from campaign rally to campaign rally, loudly demanding that she tell what tribe she's frim and that she produce her tribal membership papers.

The tribes take that stuff very seriously. And it generally takes years to get thhem even for someone who does qualify.

Blogger Randomatos October 15, 2018 1:20 PM  

Naw, just call her Sackapotatoes, Sacajawea's ugly step-sister.

Blogger Johnny October 15, 2018 1:20 PM  

I am a male and it is highly likely that my maternal grandmother was part Indian. Guessing, at most 1/2 but more likely 1/4. I am wondering, is there a moderately priced DNA test that would pick this up? Also, would it be more like to turn out if one of my sisters had the test done?

For myself, I am primarily German, with a certain amount of Scandinavian and Celtic thrown in.

Blogger Resident Moron™ October 15, 2018 1:22 PM  

My father's father's mother was Fijian, which makes me 1/8th Fijian. Her husband was English. My father's father was born in New Zealand. My father's mother was a highlander. My mother's father was English with some Irish ancestry. My mother's mother was a fifth-generation New Zealander of English and Welsh ancestry.

The idea of me "identifying" as Fijian is simply absurd.

The idea of doing it to garner votes would be reprehensible even at that level. At 1/512th it is pure fantasy.

Blogger Crew October 15, 2018 1:26 PM  

@75: The major exception to this is that men pass on unmodified X or Y chromosomes to their offspring.

I believe that the pseudo-autosomal region on the Y undergoes crossover with the same region on the X for males.

Sure, it's a nit ... but.

Blogger Crew October 15, 2018 1:29 PM  

@109: Well, she claimed 1/32nd or 5 generations.

The report said 8 generations.

So, I figure if he cut her a check for $125,000 (18th of $!M) I think he would be seen as a good sport.

Blogger Linda Fox October 15, 2018 1:33 PM  

I grew up with the belief that one of my ancestors was Indian. Turned out, after research, we discovered that he had been taken in the aftermath of an Indian raid that killed several women, one of them his mother.
He did have a relationship with a Native woman before his release - he fathered 6 kids.
After release, he married 2 different women (the first one died), and had a total of 19 children. My ancestor was in the batch of his first wife.
So, can I claim identification with Native Americans? According to the chuckleheads that glorify the Indians, he was "adopted". So, can I claim descent from an "adopted" member of the tribe?
It's not "family lore" - Indian Billy Ice was released by the Army as part of a treaty. The documents still exist.

Blogger OGRE October 15, 2018 1:46 PM  

@115 it wouldn't be about being a fair sport or keeping his word.

It would be about pointing out the hilarious absurdity of claiming to be an Indian when you have only one ancestor from 6-10 generations back; a check for $960 is as close to being a Million Dollars as Elizabeth Warren is to being a Native American.

Shes starting to catch some predictable heat from the proggies now, for using her white privilege to appropriate native american benefits, or something like that. Basically for being a privileged rich white woman and taking the place of an actual native american at Harvard--jumping a few rungs on the vicitmhood ladder and knocking somebody else off, so to speak. If you think about it, shes really the queen of modern day Colonialization.

Blogger OGRE October 15, 2018 1:50 PM  

An on point graphic from /pol: http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1539624806134.png

Blogger MeneMene October 15, 2018 1:53 PM  

I'm 8 generations from my Algonquin ancestress. She is Marie Olivier Sylvestre/Manitwabewic - hers was the first French-Indian marriage in Quebec. It did not show on my Ancestry.com report.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 1:53 PM  

https://twitter.com/WalshFreedom/status/1051868657666744320

So now if it's captured on tape, it's an enforceable contract? Wow we could have some fun with this.

Blogger Arthur Isaac October 15, 2018 2:04 PM  

Chinese businessmen will need to start following her example and claiming African ancestors:

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/15/world/africa/kenya-china-racism.html

The outrage is hilarious. The other part I thought was revealing is how Kenyans in the story count Chinese as "white". Stay away from the witch-doctors Mr. Chan.

Blogger S1AL October 15, 2018 2:23 PM  

"https://twitter.com/WalshFreedom/status/1051868657666744320

So now if it's captured on tape, it's an enforceable contract? Wow we could have some fun with this."

It gets even funnier if you watch the actual clip in question.

Blogger RusticFederalist October 15, 2018 2:31 PM  

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Blogger RusticFederalist October 15, 2018 2:38 PM  

The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey wrote: I'm as Scotch-Irish Appalachian as they come. Well, really Scotch Appalachian. I'm not sure how the Irish got into this mix, it seems like a Judeo-Christian sort of thing everybody says without thinking. Not very many Irish-descended folks running around where I'm from, if any at all. Scots and English and subsumed Indians.

Desdichado wrote: The Scots-Irish in particular are called so because the first moved from the Anglo-Scottish border region for northern Ireland before coming to the US. They're not Irish in the sense that they have anything to do with the ethnic Irish, but because they lived in a portion of Ireland for a time, as rivals and colonizers put there by the British to control the Irish.

Not everybody from the Borderer tradition in Appalachia is Scots-Irish. Sometimes they're just Anglo-Scottish borderers who's ancestors didn't make a stop in Northern Ireland first.


To build on this, a Christian Irish tribe settled in what was western Pictland. Their kingdom was called Dal Riata, and it came to dominate the areas around the North Channel and Malin Sea before being subjugated by the Picts. In the face of northern Anglian expansion, and later Viking raids the Picts were subsumed into the Scots, and Pictland became Scotland. After centuries of cultural exchange with the northern English many Scots were resettled into northern Ireland to pacify and develop the rebellious region, and to also clear out regions in Scotland for further development there. This process was ongoing when colonization of the Appalachians became a possibility.

This lineage was commonly called Irish in America during the 1700s and early 1800s. Most Scottish were Protestant at the time, and because most of the first post Revolution immigrants from Ireland were from Irish and Hiberno-Norman Protestant convert families the confusion persisted for a while.

Blogger DonReynolds October 15, 2018 2:53 PM  

Only one Indian ancestor, perhaps 10 generations ago? Yes, there are plenty of those. Why? Because the American Indian was a rapist and a terror to white women on the frontier. Yes, New England was once the frontier and there were numerous Indian wars in New England, where white settlements were completely burned to the ground and vast areas of the frontier were "sanitized" of white farm families. The white women were typically raped by many or all of the war party, the white infants had their heads bashed against trees, the white men were tortured to death if they were not killed in combat. Children might be adopted or enslaved....or they may just be killed along the way. There was no lawful age of consent with the savages.

The American Indian made rape a weapon of war and terror. It was very effective....not only against whites but also against other Indians.

Perhaps Senator Warren intend to wedge herself into the MeeToo movement as being related to a rape survivor on the frontier.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 3:03 PM  

DonReynolds,

Sounds familiar:

"He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions."

Blogger #0379 October 15, 2018 3:23 PM  

.
The REAL Indian!
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/real-indian-running-against-sen-elizabeth-warren-sues-after-city-tells-him-to-stop-calling-her-fake-indian
.

Blogger InformationMerchant October 15, 2018 3:30 PM  

In addition the link I provided in @100, there's a video: https://twitter.com/RightHook99/status/1051875050230599686

-------

As far as the pay for DNA test thing goes, leftists are trying this: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dpjia6RXcAAweqz.jpg

Blogger Mr Darcy October 15, 2018 3:51 PM  

@ #4:

She's mock-worthy because she's like a high-school girl. That's how she comes across. To me, anyway. That girlish voice and manner, not to mention the spinsterish moralizing. When I try to imagine her going toe-to-toe with Putin of Xi or somebody like that, I can only chuckle. The woman is quite simply laughable.

Blogger Primus Pilus October 15, 2018 3:52 PM  

Unrelated except that it is also connected to anti-left memes like the Fauxcahontas results: the NPC meme has proven so virulent, that today Twitter has started banning for its use.

Blogger InformationMerchant October 15, 2018 3:53 PM  

https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1051892151938887680

Every Time Elizabeth Warren Has Lied About Her Native American Heritage:

(Thread)

1. Elizabeth Warren self-identified as a "Native American" in the The Association of American Law Schools Directory of law professors in every edition printed between 1986 -1995.

2. After becoming a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Warren demanded the University change her faculty listed ethnicity from “white” to “Native American.”

3. Warren was identified by Harvard Law as a “woman of color.” Harvard promoted Warren’s hire as expanding their campus diversity by hiring a woman with "minority background" onto their faculty.

4. Warren claimed that her mother and father had to elope due to her mom’s obvious Indian heritage and the white bigotry of her father’s family. Here is a photo of Warren's mom:

Here is video of Warren telling this story: "My mom and dad were very much in love and they wanted to get married. My father's parents said 'Absolutely not because she's part Cherokee and Delaware.' After fighting it they eloped."

5. Warren submitted multiple recipes for the Indian cookbook “Pow Wow Chow” and signed her name, “Elizabeth Warren - Cherokee”

6. Warren used offensive, racially charged language to defend her claims of Native American heritage, declaring that her family had “high cheekbones” like “all the Indians do.”

Here is video of that moment:

7. Warren has now claimed that she *may* have 1/1024th Indian DNA. This is equally problematic since DNA science proves that the average white American has .18% Indian DNA, far more that Warren's .098% (lowest estimate according to study)

8. Multiple members of Warren's direct family have disputed her claims of a "proud Native American heritage." They deny the Senator's Indian heritage stories fervently:

9. Warren's DNA report did not measure actual Native American DNA. The report actually measured Colombian, Mexican and Peruvian DNA. Of which Warren *may* have a tiny, tiny fraction - possibly.

Blogger CallMeOgmios October 15, 2018 3:53 PM  

So Fauxcahontas is at most 1/32 Indian? Reminds me of the old joke about a guy who is dating a Jewish girl, who tells her father he is 1/8 Jewish. The dad says, "Careful there, son. One bad nose bleed and you're out of the tribe."

Blogger Mr Darcy October 15, 2018 4:01 PM  

@ $40:

Then you'd be wrong.

Blogger Mr Darcy October 15, 2018 4:05 PM  

@46:

Those results are almost certainly your ancestors living 2000 years or longer ago. That's what they are from Family Tree DNA at Rice University. Don't know about Ancestry.com. That's a Mormon Church outfit.

Blogger Mr Darcy October 15, 2018 4:06 PM  

@49:

Then you'd lose your bet.

Blogger Mr Darcy October 15, 2018 4:10 PM  

@ 57

And they are different still from the Norman-Irish.

Blogger Darwinite October 15, 2018 4:24 PM  

If it's true that Warren has less Indian DNA than a typical white American, then it's official: Elizabeth Warren is "Whiter than white".

Blogger Longtime Lurker October 15, 2018 4:31 PM  

@131: "Warren's DNA report did not measure actual Native American DNA. The report actually measured Colombian, Mexican and Peruvian DNA. Of which Warren *may* have a tiny, tiny fraction - possibly."

Elizabeth Warren is native South American. Close enough for government work!

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 4:35 PM  

Well it all makes sense, since the natives stopped in North America first before they got to South America. Totally.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 15, 2018 5:09 PM  

@Longtime Lurker

Oh, heheh, this just gets better and better. It's highly likely that the South American Indian samples are contaminated with Iberian (European) DNA.

Blogger M.S. October 15, 2018 5:16 PM  

Vox, what percentage Native are you?

Blogger Servant October 15, 2018 5:48 PM  

I can get free casino bucks?

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother October 15, 2018 6:00 PM  

The Onion is on top of the real issues, as usual:

Elizabeth Warren Disappointed After DNA Test Shows Zero Presidential Material

Indian Casinos Use Every Part of the Dollar

Blogger tz October 15, 2018 6:27 PM  

I don't care one bit in a kilobit. (math corrected). Below the error/noise threshold.

I'm trying to think of anything the Democrats have done in the last three months that is even slightly effective, much less backfired on afterburners like Fauxcahontis DNA test, the Kavanaugh travesty, or the mob violence (but don't say "mob").

I can't think of a single thing.

And somehow there is supposed to be a blue wave? From what? the global warming from outrage hot air? From the crazies? The zombie actually dead voting?

#RedMegaTsunami. Hillary v. Trump was very annoying but incomplete. Now even #NeverTrump is shifting - except for a few like George Will and Max Boot that we need to insure their ritual sacrifice on 11/7 - to the Trump side because the Democrats are dangerously crazy and stupid like something out of a 50's horror movie.

The Democrats self-immolation has shone a light which the best efforts of those like me using dialectic and rhetoric could not do.

Blogger InformationMerchant October 15, 2018 6:46 PM  

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/cherokee-nation-responds-to-senator-warren-says-dna-test-useless-to-determine-tribal-citizenship

This is such a glorious day. It's just a random Monday, Trump had no right to pull this much winning out of thin air.

The 1/1024 announcement and the rebuke from Cherokee Nation were just freebies.

Warren took the hit to be able to run in 2020 but she can't escape this. She just humiliated herself for no gain and has been taking "victory" laps.

Blogger Were-Puppy October 15, 2018 6:48 PM  

Pokahonkey speak with forked dna samples

Blogger Dave October 15, 2018 6:48 PM  

Justin Wingerter@JustinWingerter
51 minutes ago

NEW: In a rare rebuke of Warren, @CherokeeNation says, "Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong." The tribe, whose chief is a Democrat, usually avoids the topic.


https://twitter.com/JustinWingerter/status/1051954250383802368

Blogger SirHamster October 15, 2018 6:49 PM  

S1AL wrote:So now if it's captured on tape, it's an enforceable contract? Wow we could have some fun with this."

It gets even funnier if you watch the actual clip in question.


If it's this one, I don't hear an offer. I hear a description and enactment of a hypothetical offer he could make at a future (presidential?) debate.

Blogger S1AL October 15, 2018 6:52 PM  

Hamster - the clip that Warren used is linked to the original tweet in a reply. The short version is that Trump cut a reporter off when the guy tried to misrepresent what was said. Trump's original statement was "if the test says you're Indian", which lolno.

Blogger Dave October 15, 2018 6:52 PM  

Jack tries to put in words:

Jack Posobietz @JackPosobiec

There. Are. No. Words.

Elizabeth Warren Condemned by the Cherokee Nation

We are witness to the greatest epic fail in US history

3:23 PM - 15 Oct 2018

Blogger Silly but True October 15, 2018 6:53 PM  

RE: Don’t F w Trump

Judge just dismissed Stormy Daniels’ (Avanetti) defamation lawsuit; Judge ruled she must pay Trump’s legal fees.

https://twitter.com/JoeConchaTV/status/1051967280047943680?s=20

Blogger Dave October 15, 2018 6:54 PM  

@151 TOO MUCH WINNING!!

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 15, 2018 7:28 PM  

This is such a glorious day.

I was thinking the same thing. It seemed like it would be a quiet day, maybe even a bit of a downer after the winning of the last couple weeks. Then Warren launched her 2020 presidential bid by setting herself on fire and offending every interest group in her party. Now the people who donated to Stormy's gofundme so she could get the bad orange man will watch their donations be handed over to him to pay his court costs. Holy cow. What fun will tomorrow bring?

Blogger OGRE October 15, 2018 7:32 PM  

@145 She took the hit because she had to. Theres no way she can run in 2020 without dealing with this. It was actually a smart move for her to do this now before the midterms. She is a lock for her senate seat, so she didn't need to do anything as far as her current campaign. But this will be ancient news after the midterms. So she takes the hit now when it won't be nearly as damaging as it would be in the primaries and general election and when it can't hurt her present campaign chances, and hope it fades into history and that the media keeps it buried down the road. But she probably took a harder hit today than they expected.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf October 15, 2018 7:33 PM  

I'm checking my 23andMe, and Ancestory.com results later today. My family were very late to the game: mid 1700s via New York.

Blogger Unknown October 15, 2018 8:28 PM  

It gets better..apparently Average White American Has DOUBLE THE AMOUNT of Native American DNA as Elizabeth Warren.

Saw a good suggestion today.

How about this as a solution.

Trump should pay up to a charity, and then the same day pass an Executive Order stating that starting immediately anybody applying to college or for government set assides with a DNA showing at least 1 drop can identify as whatever they want legally and ethically.

I can't think of a faster way to collapse affirmative action than to declare open season on cheating at it.

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 15, 2018 8:31 PM  

@154, If her plan was to get it out of the way as painlessly as possible, she probably shouldn't have gone on an epic Twitter meltdown that makes her look like an unhinged ex-girlfriend.

Blogger OGRE October 15, 2018 8:52 PM  

@157 yeah thats true. but thats not hurting her with her far left base, in fact just the opposite. and she needs to grab the bernie voters in the primaries first.

Blogger bob kuk mando ( i'm sorry you raped Andrea Dworkin and i disavow your Patriarchal Cisheteronormative Bourgeois Consciousness in shame ) October 15, 2018 9:05 PM  

51. The Deplorable Podunk Ken Ramsey October 15, 2018 10:01 AM
Well, really Scotch Appalachian. I'm not sure how the Irish got into this mix, it seems like a Judeo-Christian sort of thing everybody says without thinking.


dude.

do you think the Irish and Scots were too dumb to know about boats?

https://infogalactic.com/info/D%C3%A1l_Riata

https://infogalactic.com/info/Gallowglass#History

Blogger Meng Greenleaf October 15, 2018 9:52 PM  

I checked my 23andME and Ancestry results and I am somewhere between 0.9 - 1.2% Native American. That aside, I thought of an interesting MEME. This goes something like Warren claimed to be a POC, but got confused because in reality she was an NPC :D

Blogger James Dixon October 15, 2018 10:43 PM  

> Why did so many settlers end up in Kentucky? My ancestors did as well, moving from Virginia.

The Cumberland Gap.

> That aside, I thought of an interesting MEME.

I can has Casino?

https://gab.ai/James_Dixon/posts/38727730

Blogger thaen99 October 16, 2018 12:44 AM  

i have a slightly wider nose does that mean i can be black?

Blogger Jack Amok October 16, 2018 2:08 AM  

In AncestryDNA's case, it looks like they're actually trying to be accurate, considering the upgrade I just mentioned.

A very interesting development. Is this an indication we've past, shall we say, Peak POC? Have vanity testing sites discovered it's bad for business to tell someone they have a vibrant in the woodpile?

Blogger Retrenched October 16, 2018 6:51 AM  

So according to Warren, her parents eloped because her fathers racist family would not accept a daughter in law who had one Native American great-great-great-great-great-great grandparent.

Blogger Damelon Brinn October 16, 2018 8:34 AM  

@164 Yes. Even though most Americans love the idea of having an Indian ancestor, to the point where far more people claim one than really have one.

What is it with leftists throwing their grandparents under the racist bus? Remember Obama calling the grandmother who raised him a racist?

Blogger Johnny October 16, 2018 9:42 AM  

>>do you think the Irish and Scots were too dumb to know about boats?

I have never come across anything that explained where the Scotch-Irish on the American fronter came from. It is highly unlikely they came across the ocean like Vikings because the American Indian tribal people would kill off small settlements. What I suppose happened because it seems obvious is that they came across during the period of British power by whatever means necessary, and then bolted the colony when they could because they were fundamentally hostile to British rule.

Blogger Johnny October 16, 2018 9:50 AM  

>>Remember Obama calling the grandmother who raised him a racist?

An amazing guy Obama. Abandoned by his parents and then picked up by grandparents. Of the two grandparents, the white women was the only one who worked. She wanted her otherwise idle black husband to drive her to work because she felt threatened by a black dude at the bus stop. The hubby told her it was racist and apparently Obama latched onto the idea. That is why I say Obama is amazing. The only person in the entire family that behaved in a responsible way was his white grandmother, and he condemns her. And those people wonder why they never get ahead.

Blogger Thomas October 16, 2018 4:31 PM  

When I did genealogical research (on my paternal grandmother's family) I discovered letters written by Chief John Ross himself for some of my ancestors, trying to prevent them from going on the Trail of Tears. In addition, the towns of Franklin, NC and Bryan, OK were both named after members of my family.

I do not claim Tribal rights.

On my paternal grandfather's side, I trace my ancestry back to John of Brienne, Latin Emperor of Constantinople and King of Jerusalem, and back to Charlemagne's oldest daughter.

I didn't bitch when cousin Elizabeth didn't send an invite to that fancy wedding she held for that grandson of hers. In fact I haven't received an invite to a single family barbecue at her place, nor has she taken up my invite to the ones I hold here in South Carolina. (Maybe she's allergic mustard barbecue sauce?)

Fauxihantus needs to shut her mouth.

Blogger Vaughan Williams October 16, 2018 7:04 PM  

At 23andme and FamilyTreeDNA, they tell you that results are accurate to within 2 percentage points. So, any percentage under 2% is statistical noise, and can be ignored.

That is why those kids thought they could boost someone from 0% to 2% "black" heritage if they thought they were a white racist. It is in the fine print; less than 2% is just noise and can be ignored.

Now, you really know they are messing with you when they start putitng the number 88 in your DNA results. Noone has 88% heritage. If Vox needs screen caps or other proof that this is happening, I can provide.

Given this type of tampering, how can we trust the DNA results that conveniently uphold the zionist narrative? You know, the ones that say that all Jews in the world are more closely related to each other, Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Mizrahi, than to any other population on earth? Could be true. Be nice if it was true. But one lie leads to another. Why trust the DNA companies on this, when they are dishonest on other things

Blogger Dirk Manly October 17, 2018 6:44 PM  

@156

I'd be screwed.

Maternal Grandmother's family -- Amish
Maternal Grandfather's family -- Scot by way of Nova Scotia in the mid 1800's
Paternal Granfather's family -- Lithuanian ca 1900
Paternal Grandmother's family -- Lith/Ukrainian, ca 1900.

Blogger Dirk Manly October 17, 2018 6:47 PM  

@165

"What is it with leftists throwing their grandparents under the racist bus? Remember Obama calling the grandmother who raised him a racist?"

Because all leftists hate themselves.

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