‘DOWN, DOWN USA’: Take A Wild Guess How The Million Man March Went In DC

The Million Man March descended upon the National Mall for their 20th anniversary and it went exactly how the race baiters hoped that it would.

As thousands of African-Americans gathered at the National Mall to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, a female speaker led the massive crowd in a ‘down, down USA’ chant Saturday morning.

The unidentified Native American woman, who spoke briefly after Chief Ernie Longwalker of the Red Wind Nation, proclaimed that Muammar ‘Gaddafi is still alive.’

At one point while speaking, the woman held up what appeared to be a Black Panther Party t-shirt.

Before attempting to lead the crowd in a chant of ‘down, down USA,’ the woman also called for President Barack Obama to pardon Leonard Peltier, a Native American activist who was convicted of murdering two Federal Bureau of Investigation officers in 1975.

‘They have a whole race of indigenous people on reservations, concentration camps. They’re out there killing the indigenous people spiritually,’ she said.

Several users on Twitter who were watching the speech on C-SPAN were surprised about the Native American woman’s speech and chant.

‘Wait, did she just chant, ‘down, down, USA?’ one user tweeted.

Read more: Daily Mail

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