A self-proclaimed ‘Indian’ in Canada turns out not to be an Indian at all.
‘Sitting Bull#hit’ Carrie Bourassa appears to be a close cousin of ‘Pocahontas’ Elizabeth Warren.
Another crazy Indian wannabe was uncovered in Canada. The New York Post reports:
She’s Sitting Bulls-t.
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A Canadian medical researcher who rose to become the nation’s top voice on indigenous health has been ousted from her government job and her university professorship — after suspicious colleagues investigated her increasingly fanciful claims of Native American heritage and learned she was a fraud.
Carrie Bourassa, a public health expert who served as scientific director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health, was suspended on Nov. 1, five days after the state-owned Canadian Broadcasting Corporation published a lengthy expose on her background.
Far from being a member of the Métis nation, as she had long claimed, a laborious trace of Bourassa’s family tree revealed that her supposedly indigenous ancestors were in fact immigrant farmers who hailed from Russia, Poland, and Czechoslovakia.
“It makes you feel a bit sick,” said Janet Smylie, a Métis professor at the University of Toronto who worked with Bourassa on a book about indigenous parenting.
In the US if you claim to be an Indian and you are not, you get employment at Harvard and run for President in the Democrat Party.
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Sitting Bull$hit Carrie Bourassa claimed her Russian great-grandmother was an Indian. She was Russian.