The Boston Globe published results of Elizabeth Warren's DNA test on Monday. Fox News' Tucker Carlson asked the question on Monday night: Did Elizabeth Warren pay The Boston Globe?
It was revealed on Monday night by The Boston Globe that a DNA test revealed that Warrens falls somewhere between 1/64 and 1/1,024 Native American.
While having a back and forth exchange with radio host Howie Carr, Carlson asked the question.
Warren released an ad that features Carr mocking Warren.
“Tucker, if the Boston Globe was a legitimate news organization the headline on the story would be something like ‘DNA test prove white women, white woman,’ or ‘DNA test confirm Senator Warren is still a fake Indian.’ I mean this is ridiculous,” Carr said.
“Let me ask you, as the only person really outside of New England whoever looks at the Boston Globe I always wonder are they taking payment directly from or is it just a kind of moral payment?” Carlson questioned.
“She is part of the resistance. What is interesting to me is that this morning with the story coming out it said she is somewhere between 1/32 and 1/512 which is not that great, but that was all wrong. They are used to fake news but this time it was fake math. It was really only 1/64th for up to 1/1,024,” Carr continued.
It's funny how despite the long odds of her being a Native American, they lied to even get those.