Trump and Melania do 'Tomahawk Chop' at Atlanta Braves World Series game after Native Americans called it racist
Former President Donald Trump was seen on Saturday night at Game 4 of the World Series in Atlanta, and he performed the Tomahawk Chop together with Melania as the game began.
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Is there anything thats non-racist when it comes to stuff going against the left ? Why do they think it’s racist again? ALWAYS there is a complainer, no matter what I think it is more white liberals than Native Americans who call it racist. Its an Indian chop and i am ok with it. Im indian. This is why the masses aren't waking up to the clotshot, because of fluff like this occupying their thinking.
So what. A tiny few woke indigenous liberals don't speak for all. Stop with the race baiting game. You don't have to be a propaganda tool. The GOAT of all American president 🙌🙌👏👏 can't believe Americans switched this sound upstanding character for a pre- old people home citizen😬😬smh
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Trump chops with Braves fans before Game 4 of World SeriesFormer President Donald Trump did the Tomahawk chop with Atlanta Braves fans before Game 4 of the World Series only months after calling for a boycott of Major League Baseball 💙🇺🇲🙏VOTE BLUE GEORGIA🙏🇺🇲💙 If we had any doubt. Also amazing how much the chop looks like a certain historic German arm signal. If you did not Nazi that coming Chiefs...
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Watch: Donald Trump ‘chops’ with Atlanta Braves baseball fans at World Series gameDonald Trump performed the “tomahawk chop” alongside baseball fans at Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday evening.Standing next to his wife, Melania, the former president could be seen chopping with Atlanta Braves supporters ahead of their game against the Houston Astros.Ahead of his appearance, Trump released a statement thanking the Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred for the invite, but shortly after, MLB denied making the invitation and suggested instead that “he requested to attend the game.”The Braves won 3-2 in Game 4, taking a 3-1 series lead.Sign up to our politics newsletter here. It's what fans do at an Atlanta Braves game. Do you not know this?
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Former President Donald Trump and Melania Trump made an appearance at the Braves v Astros World Series game on Saturday night. Both he and Melania - who has not been seen in public since July - performed the Tomahawk Chop as the game began. A number of fans at the game caught the moment and posted videos to Twitter. Indigenous peoples advocacy groups say the Braves' name and 'tomahawk chop' chant are both racist. Among the reasons the chop is offensive is because it promotes a racist stereotype or caricature of Native Americans. In 2020, Braves executives spoke with various leaders from the Eastern Band of Cherokees, based in North Carolina , who remained in favor the name and chant