President Donald Short, apparently, had not paid attention – or maybe it was – when his native American leaders exploded the "racist" use of Pocahonto as a recession against Old Elizabeth Warren. He was resurrected again – again on Twitter. But what was more horrifying was the answer of his elder son using a wonderful term: "Savage !!! I love my president!
Shortly wondered on Saturday if Warren were the nation's "first native American presidential candidate" ̵
Warren was criticized for referring to his native American heritage . Although last year's DNA test showed that it probably had a native American ancestor, it is not a member of any tribe. Last week she apologized to the Cherokee people, whose leaders said a tribal citizen was "rooted in centuries of culture and law rather than DNA."
Several replies to Twitter's Trump last line: "You are seeing TRAIL Liz in a campaign" Seeing this as a brutal reference to the "tear trail", the brutal transfer of a forced government from America to the southwest of 1830, leading to numerous deaths.
Donald Trump Jr. replied to his father's Twitter Instagram, which had a surprising term for "wild" – returning to the height of nation's racism among the thousands of massacres of native Americans. He added: "I like my president."
He probably spoke of the president's comment as "wild", but he was a shocking tone for the deaf – or a chilling intentional choice.
Donald Jr. included one answer to President Chihuahua joking about the "Native American genocide", which "continues another murder of the president", apparently speaking of Warren.
The posts of both father and son ran away in appalling and cheerful.
"Follow the hate speech" was one of the answers to the Donald Jr. Instagram post. "Yes, we continue to make jokes about the native American genocide," another one pointed out sarcastically.
One more thing is: "There is no fan of Elizabeth Warren, but retweeting [genocide tweet] basically says that ordering American presidents in the Indian Americans was a good thing. "Just," It's so satisfying, and: "You should be ashamed of yourself.
Last month when Warged had to make a political video of Wound Road. Hundreds of unarmed Americans, many of whom were women and children, in 1890. American soldiers were killed during the South Dakota Wound Road
The American Indians and their supporters were not happy. Compared to jokes about 9/11. "Nasty references to deadly historical conflicts and names that spoof Native identity has no place in our political discourse," said Jefferson Keel, President of the American Indian National Congress
The short was retracted for use by Pocahont. John Norwood, Secretary General of the Colonial Age Tribal Alliance, said more than a year ago that the President should "stop using his historical people as a racial layer against one of his opponents".