If you think that’s a perfectly legitimate question and you’re curious about Warren’s answer, you are a wingnut and shut up.
At lunch, I went to listen to Elizabeth Warren’s speech and panel discussion. I wanted to ask her a few questions after her panel, which was entitled “2012 and the War on (and for) Women.”
Specifically, I wanted to ask Warren questions about being a Woman of Color. Since she put herself on lists of Minority Law Teachers and Woman of Color in Academia, and identified herself to two employers as Native American, I wanted to see if Warren stood by those designations in light of evidence they are false designations…
When Warren first left the dais, I asked her a question which she refused to answer as she rushed by…
As I was leaving the conference, I saw Warren once more as she entered a nearby hotel. I asked her if she’s a “role model to women of color?” Her staffer obstructed my camera and Warren ignored my question once again.
Either Elizabeth Warren is a role model to women of color or she isn’t. If so, why? If not, why not?
Apparently we aren’t supposed to ask.