‘Real Indian’ Challenging Elizabeth Warren for U.S. Senate in MA Sues City for Demanding He Remove ‘Fake Indian’ Signs

Elizabeth Warren lied about the Indian heritage and was exposed. She has not the character to be a Senator or anything in government.

Warren, who turned 68 in June, refused to take a birthday gift given to her by Indian-American entrepreneur V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, who’s running against her for her U.S. Senate seat.

We can all agree that Ayyadurai has a great sense of humor. He mailed a DNA test to Senator Warren and then posted hilarious screenshots of a DNA test kit he purchased online as a birthday gift for Warren.

On the gift message, Ayyadurai wrote: “Dearest Elizabeth. Happy Birthday. As a wise man once said: To Thy Own Self-be True. So what better gift than this to know WHO YOU truly are. Enjoy.”

Ayyadurai has been attacking Warren on her fake ancestry for months now.

Recently Ayyadurai has planted a semi-trailer outside his campaign headquarters with a giant sign of Warren in an Indian headdress.

Cambridge building inspector Branden Vigneault sent Ayyadurai’s campaign a notice that said he lacked proper permitting, threatening a $300 per day fine and legal penalties if the campaign does not remove the signs.

Ayyadurai’s campaign argues the building code does not apply to his images because they are posted on a bus and not a brick-and-mortar structure.

“We will not remove the slogan from our bus,” Ayyadurai told the Times. “We will defend the First Amendment, and we will fight this egregious attack on the First Amendment, at any cost.”

He has now filed a federal lawsuit on Sunday accusing the city of Cambridge of violating his First Amendment rights under the Constitution for demanding he remove his signs attacking Warren for her unfounded claims of Native American ancestry, the Washington Times reported.

Ayyadurai has made it a hallmark of his campaign to challenge Warren’s claims of Native American ancestry, which no documentation has proven.

Vigneault threatened fines of $300 per day plus additional legal penalties if the signs remain in place, according to Ayyadurai.

As proof of her heritage, Warren pointed to a “family newsletter” from 2006, uncovered by an amateur genealogist. It stated that her third great-grandmother was a Cherokee Indian.

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