President Donald Trump acknowledged on Sunday that using the name “Pocahontas” as a racist attack on Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was an insult to the heritage and memory of Pocahontas – but he suggested that he would continue to do it anyway. During an interview with Fox & Friends host Pete Hegseth that aired on Sunday, Trump accused Democrats of “obstruction” of his health care reform effort. “How do you overcome that when Sen. Elizabeth Warren says people are literally going to die because of GOP’s health care bill?” Hegseth wondered. “I think she’s a hopeless case,” Trump replied. “I call her Pocahontas. And that’s an insult to Pocahontas. I actually think that she’s somebody that’s got a lot of hatred, a lot of anger.” “I watched her campaigning for Hillary and she was so angry,” he added.
Trump also continued to argue that “at least, Pocahontas had one thing going for her, and that’s the fact that she was warmer to white settlers than Sen. Warren has ever been to Republicans, period.” “You know that she used to brag about having Native American roots and ancestors, right? Yeah, well first of all, in addition to that not being true at all, it goes to show how far the Democrats are willing to go in order to fish for sympathy and more public support. I mean, come on, you’ve all seen her in person – does she look like she has any Native American blood in her? No, she doesn’t. That means she’s lying her socks off and she’s only doing it because she knows no other way to attract supporters for her cause. In other words, she’s just doing what any Democrat would do, only times ten,” he said.
“Now, the thing I believe most people aren’t aware about Pocahontas – and this is just my interpretation of it, since it’s like ancient history or something – is the fact that she was like 13 or something when the white settlers first came to her village,” President Trump also opined. “Now, keep in mind that we’re talking here about someone who’s never seen white people before. Therefore, the very fact that she managed to overcome her instinctive resistance towards warming up to them goes to show how open-minded she was capable of being. She even ended up marrying a white guy, I mean, that says a lot. Whether or not we’d like to admit it, that girl had more pro-white American spirit at the gentle age of 13 that many of us can brag with even today. That’s saying a lot.”
“Unlike her, however, Elizabeth Warren’s actions, coupled with her constant self-promotion as someone who has a Native American heritage, prove she is the complete opposite of a person with a pro-white American spirit. The woman is not only hopeless; what’s more, we’d be wise to get her to take a DNA test just to figure out if she’s maybe not a Nazi or Stalinist or something. I’m serious, the things she’s doing and the way she’s behaving, I might just sign another executive order that forces her to go to Ancestry.com and make her results public just so the American public can see who she really is and where she comes from. I personally wouldn’t be surprised one bit if she were a communist, because that’s how’s she’s behaving right now. But, since we’re living in an age of political correctness, I’ll try to ask nicely first. That being said, I think even 13-year-old Pocahontas wouldn’t have a problem supporting my healthcare reform. That’s how coo-coo Sen. Warren really is,” he concluded.