Skip to comments.Video: Scott Brown Staffers Chant Indian War Whoops, Wave Mock Tomahawks (LOL!)
Posted on 09/25/2012 9:38:03 AM PDT by pabianice
Staffers for Sen. Scott Brown were caught on video this week at a rally in Boston chanting Indian "war whoops" and making tomahawk chop gestures, mocking Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren.
Pictured in the video are deputy Chief of Staff Greg Casey, Constituent Service Counsel Jack Richard, and a Republican operative named Brad Garrett, according to Boston's ABC affiliate.
A spokeswoman for the Brown campaign didn't immediately return a request for comment.
Oh crap. This isn’t good.
This could lose him the election. I have no problem with it the media is going to go ape-s*** over it. Politically incredibly dumb.
Sitting Bull no like White man joke.
You realize this will now be the top news story for the next week, right?
How stupid is his campaign???? Good grief.
When are Republican politicians realize that ready-made “macaca” moments are throwing away the election.
Bad move.Really bad move.That will hurt him here.Maybe not in some states but here it *will* hurt him.
Anything that makes Sacafullabull look ridiculous or insults her is fine by me.
True, they shouldn’t have done it.
But, let’s face it, this video is just a desperate attempt by the Dems to turn the tide. I don’t think it will work.
I bet many from Mass feel the same way about the Cigar Store Squaw, they just won’t say so in public.
A giant nothing! What’s with all the drama queens predicting doom? This is a positive. It reminds everyone what a fraud Warren is.
I don’t know Gay. The only people that I see voting for Fauxchahontas are old Lesbians, Government dependent leeches and really old school corrupt Democrats.
I thought it was amusing.
I'll go out on a limb and guess that the worldview of the typical Massachusetts undecided voter is radically different from yours.
You think voters will like this? Wow. Apparently you haven’t heard of Macaca etc.
However, Scott Brown gave a great statment:
"Its certainly something that, if Im aware of it, I will tell that [staff] member never to do that again. But "the offensiveness here is the fact that professor Warren took advantage of a claim, to be somebody a Native American -- and using that for an advantage," Brown told the Globe."
I’m glad to see Scott Brown make a principal point here. But “the offensiveness here is the fact that professor Warren took advantage of a claim, to be somebody a Native American — and using that for an advantage,” Brown told the Globe.
IF this were a bunch of independent citizens, I'd agree. But it is just the height of foolishness for Brown staffers to do these shenanigans. Leave that kind of nonsense to BO's SEU buffoons.
Let it go viral, it is as funny as can be. When did Conservatives become such wusses?
Pray for America
Bowls got to move. Tee Pee full of ....
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