Watch: Actual Descendant of Pocahontas Dares Elizabeth Warren to Take DNA Test

Debbie White Dove Porreco, who claims to be a direct descendant of Pocahontas and John Rolfe, was speaking to Tucker Carlson on Fox, Tuesday evening. Porreco dared Senator Elizabeth Warren to take a DNA test to prove she is actually Native American.

Thus far, Warren has refused previous requests to take the test. The alleged Pocahontas descendant also asked Elizabeth Warren to stop saying Trump is using a “racial slur” when referring to the senator as “Pocahontas.”


Carlson: “What’s your challenge for Senator Warren?”

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Porreco: “Well, my challenge would be, I don’t know where she’s saying, how she’s saying ’Pocahontas’ is a racial slur. Pocahontas is a real person.”

Carlson: “Well, it seems like a compliment. I mean, when people point out that you’re related to Pocahontas, do you take offense?”

Porreco: “No, I don’t. I don’t. I was in a restaurant the other day ion Palm Beach and I was leaving with someone and the person said, ‘Oh, you’re with Pocahontas.’ It wasn’t offensive to me at all; I was proud that they said that.”

Carlson: “So how do you view Senator Warren’s claim that she is an American Indian? Do you believe her?”

Porreco: “Well, I respect Senator Warren as a U.S. senator, but I just wish she’d take the DNA test. And If she took the DNA test, then that would end a lot of this controversy. And If she was part American-Indian, I’d be the first one to welcome her into our heritage.”

Carlson: “Amen. Maybe she’s related to Pocahontas, too; I mean, weird things have happened. Why do you think she won’t take the DNA test? It doesn’t cost much.”

Porreco: “I know; I know. Maybe she’s afraid she’s not. It’s not right; it’s offensive that she doesn’t take it, but you can’t make somebody take something if they don’t want to.”

Carlson: “Of course you can’t. But if she were here, you’d encourage her to take the DNA test?”

Porreco: “Oh, yes. Yes, I would.”


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