Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren has left Washington DC to fast for four days and four nights in the wilds of Oklahoma City for her Vision Quest.
A Vision quest is a Native American spiritual ceremony in which an individual seeks to interact with a guardian spirit to obtain advice or protection.
Warren, who pretends to be 1/40th Cherokee for Political reasons, has previously worn an ornate headdress during Senate proceedings and brandished a dream-catcher during debates. This will be her first Vision Quest.
The site of Warren’s Vision Quest, chosen by Cherokee Nation Elders, will be Tinker Air Force Base outside Oklahoma City. Senator Warren set off for the base by foot yesterday morning on the journey estimated by Google Maps to take her three and a half weeks. When she arrives, on or around August 4th, Warren will fast for four days and four nights.
It is suspected that Warren seeks advice on the subject of her political career. She may seek answers to questions pertaining to the possibility of her being Hillary Clinton’s running mate, or help in composing anti-Trump tweets.
Warren will await her answers alone for four days and nights. She will prayer and cry out for guidance. It is believed she expects to commune with her spirit guide, a burgundy prairie dog named Yappers.
Any dreams or visions Warren experiences on her quest may require interpretation from Cherokee Nation Elders. Chief Brandon Mankiller of the Cherokee Nation has said that he is “pretty sure” Warren’s spirit guide will “tell her to get a real job.”