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The Deadliest Mass Shooting In U.S. History....NOT! In Florida! By James Magaska Swan

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Not to marginalize or downplay this horrid mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, it's indeed a terrible American tragedy; but James Magaska Swan, leader of the United Urban Warrior Society and a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, believes if CNN is going to talk in absolutes, they should at least get their facts straight. Why does the unofficial fourth branch of the United States government, the media, always rewrite history when such senseless acts of barbarism come about? Swan lists a litany of Native American massacres in which the number of American Indians who were killed far exceed the death toll of this horrible Orlando mass murder. Meanwhile, we can only offer prayers and condolences to the victims and families of those killed and wounded in the Orlando nightclub. This bloodletting and murder has to stop!

About 300 Lakota Indians were buried in a mass grave at the Wounded Knee Massacre one cold winter day late in the 19th Century. Why does the media talk in absolutes and wipe away actual historical accounts?
About 300 Lakota Indians were buried in a mass grave at the Wounded Knee Massacre one cold winter day late in the 19th Century. Why does the media talk in absolutes and wipe away actual historical accounts?
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Samuel Vargo worked as a full-time reporter and editor for more than 20 years at a number of daily newspapers and business journals. He was also an adjunct English professor at colleges and universities in Ohio, West Virginia, Mississippi (more...)
 

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