Elizabeth Warren promises to give state of Alabama back to ‘her people’ on first day of presidency

In an unprecedented level of virtue signalling and pandering for votes, Sen. Elizabeth Warren has promised to give the state of Alabama, “back to her people.”

Warren was referring to her Cherokee people, of which she has 1/1024th genes. She made the bold promise on a campaign stop in the Cherokee stronghold of Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

“The Europeans stole all of this land from my people and I think it’s about time they gave it back. Half of the country is the least they can do. So, on the first day of my presidency, I’m going to write an executive order to transfer ownership of half the United States over to my people.”

Warren specified Alabama but said she would consider giving Georgia to them too depending on how they voted.

The acquisition would be the largest for the Cherokee since they massacred the Chestowee men, women, and children in 1714, taking over what is now the entire Southeast United States.

“America is founded on evil and the country must be given back to my peaceful Cherokee people who would never steal land from other people.”