Punk’d: Elizabeth ‘Running Joke’ Warren signs ‘Pow Wow Chow’ cookbook
— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) September 10, 2012
Oopsies! We don’t call her Elizabeth “Running Joke” Warren for nothing.
Over the weekend, radio host Howie Carr uploaded the video of Sacaja-whiner unwittingly autographing a copy of “Pow Wow Chow.” The recipe book was Warren’s first recorded attempt to speak with forked tongue about her Cherokee roots and became the subject of merciless (and well-deserved) mockery.
Earlier this year, the Warren campaign cited the recipes she contributed as proof of her authentic Native American heritage — you know, the recipes she plagiarized from famous Cherokee recipe compilations like the New York Times.
Quick, somebody call the waaaahhhmbulance for Fauxcahontas lovin’ progs.
Very mature MT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Elizabeth Warren tricked into signing Native American cookbook. Brown campaign circulates the video.
— Alex Goldstein (@alexjgoldstein) September 10, 2012
Grow up MT @BuzzFeedAndrew: Elizabeth Warren tricked into signing Native American cookbook. Brown campaign circulates the video.
— Eric Koch (@EricDKoch) September 10, 2012
As Breitbart.com notes, this is yet “another sign her campaign is not paying attention to details.” Yep. But we’re a little more disturbed that she felt the need to stick someone else’s pen cap in her mouth while signing the book. A Jammie Wearing Fool commenter suggests doing a DNA swab on the cap to verify her Cherokee heritage.