Of all the issues the crazed liberals could talk about, they are still hung up on the name of the Washington Redskins NFL team name. As if we don’t have enough to worry about, they try and make us think that we should really care about the name; they press on, unable to contain themselves when they see someone that does not see things the way they do. A situation occurred recently involving a a man wearing a Redskins jersey…
Mendoza, 40, an Oglala-Sicangu Lakota, is a political appointee within the U.S. Department of Education. He did not have an official role at the powwow and was attending in a personal capacity with his wife and three children, ages 9, 6 and 2.
Dahl, 28, is a Redskins fan who has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism, and is considered a disabled dependent by the state of Oklahoma, where he lives with his parents, according to documents provided to The Durango Herald by his family. He traveled to Washington as part of a field-trip with Fort Lewis College to attend a four-day conference. He is a member of the Sac and Fox tribe of Oklahoma.
The Prince George’s County Police responded to the fight about 11 p.m. but did not issue citations against either man, though both complained of injuries.
In interviews with the Herald, the men each blamed the other for starting the physical altercation.
Mendoza said he approached Dahl to ask why he wore the shirt, and sought to share his concerns
Dahl became defensive, saying, “I don’t have to (expletive) explain (expletive) to you. If you want to step outside and take this outside, I’d be happy to explain it to you,” Mendoza said, reading from notes he took after the altercation.
In an email to The Durango Herald, Dahl said Mendoza instigated the brawl.
“He comes to me, calls me a ‘weetard’ and tells me I am a ‘stupid weetard’ for not understanding that my Redskins shirt is offending him,” Dahl wrote. “He continues to call me an ‘uneducated weetard’ and I tell him to leave me alone. He then spits in my face. I immediately leave the ballroom to GET THE POLICE.”
Mendoza said he had no idea Dahl had autism or is Native American, and he denied spitting at him.
“There was nothing that I had in my mind that said this could be a special-needs adult learner of any kind or anybody with a disability,” he said. “He looked like a man who was being very overt in his attire, and the choice of what he decided to print on the back of his shirt also added a layer.”
Read more at Durango Herald.
This is what we are dealing with folks, pure insanity…