Greedy Group to Sue Chief Wahoo for $9 Billion

After the federal government defined petty tyranny by pulling the trademark from the Washington Redskins because ideologically deranged bureauweenies regard the name as politically incorrect, it was easy to predict that moonbats would be coming after Chief Wahoo’s scalp. Sure enough:

Robert Roche is the director of the American Indian Education Center and one of the plaintiffs planning to file a federal lawsuit in late July against the Cleveland Indians.

The group says the team’s name and the Chief Wahoo logo are racist.

The group wants a lot of money to help Native Americans with education, job training and housing.

“We’re going to be asking for $9 billion and we’re basing it on a hundred years of disparity, racism, exploitation and profiteering,” Roche said.

After they get their $9 billion and abolish Chief Wahoo, they will then demand $10 billion for the team being named the Indians. Then the warpath will lead to Turner Field in Atlanta for more thuggery and looting.

Meanwhile normal Americans are still trying to figure out how it is demeaning to have sports teams named after you.

Yesterday I received a very sharp-looking Washington Redskins hat from Fanatics. Now I want one of these:

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On a tip from Shawn R. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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