The success of our slogan on our campaign bus, “Only The Real Indian Can Defeat the Fake Indian,” has forced Elizabeth Warren to retaliate with a vengeance. Everyday tens of thousands of Massachusetts citizens are inspired by our slogan, as they see our bus thunder across the state.

On April 5, 2018, the City of Cambridge’s Building Inspector sent our campaign a letter threatening to levy a fine of $300 per day if the campaign did not remove the slogan “Only A Real Indian Can Defeat The Fake Indian” from the Shiva 4 Senate campaign bus. The video below shares all the details.

According to the letter, the City had received “anonymous complaints” concerning the signage. The City, however, had no problem with the earlier slogan on the bus, “Shiva for U.S. Senate. Fight For America,” which had been on the bus for more than one year.

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s actions are vengeful and an outright attack on the First Amendment and Free Speech. Our slogan exposes the deception of Warren — not just her shoplifting identity, but her lack of integrity.

Elizabeth Warren fraudulently claimed to be of Native American heritage — a claim that she exploited to get a faculty position at Harvard University. I have been relentless in exposing Warren’s lies including sending her DNA Test kits, on multiple occasions, to provide her the opportunity to verify her “Indian” heritage. Warren’s refusal to take the test has created a significant credibility problem, forcing her to drop out of the 2020 Presidential race. My actions have inspired millions across Massachusetts and America to support my anti-Establishment campaign to unseat Warren.

This is not the first time I have been targeted defending First Amendment rights.

Last year in August of 2017, I was the Keynote Speaker in the Boston Common at the Free Speech Rally, which was attacked by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and the Governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker, who set upon me and the 40 who joined me on the Parkman bandstand, a mob of 40,000 people wanting a bloodbath to lynch the “Nazis and White Supremacists” on the bandstand. Both Walsh and Baker, staunch Elizabeth Warren supporters, had branded the event as a “Nazi” and “White Supremacist” event, and colluded with the media to prevent them listening to the actual speeches. Luckily, I was not lynched by the mob, and the actual video of my speech, which went viral on social media, demonstrated that it was I who was defending African-Americans, holding up posters that said “Black Lives DO Matter,” and was exposing the racist agenda of politicians from Hillary Clinton to Joe Biden, who are supported by Elizabeth Warren.

John Medlar, the organizer of the 2017 Boston Free Speech Rally stated, “Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai is a true warrior. He has been the only candidate to stand up for Free Speech. I am not surprised they are trying to silence him.”

More recently, attempts were made to evict me from the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in order to help Elizabeth Warren’s campaign, by denying me to meet nearly 1 million people, who attended the event. However, this attempt was unsuccessful, and I was cheered on by tens of thousands at the parade. The slogan on the bus, “Only a Real Indian Can Defeat the Fake Indian,” turned out to be the hit of the entire parade, as the above video shows.

My campaign vows to fight this latest attack by Warren and the City of Cambridge. “We have a message for the City of Cambridge and Elizabeth Warren,” said Mike Mosca, Campaign Manager for the campaign, ‘Only A Real Indian Can Defeat a Fake Indian!’

We will not allow the racist Warren to unleash her fascists in the City of Cambridge to shutdown our historic slogan, attack the First Amendment, and extort monies from our campaign. Kindly take a few moments to contribute whatever you can, $5, $25 or more to support our fight to defend the rights that our American revolutionaries died fighting for.

Be the Light,
Shiva

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