" BOSTON (AP) — Staff members for Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and the state Republican Party are seen in a new video shouting war whoops and performing tomahawk chops in an apparent reference to Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren’s claims of Native American heritage.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Lana Jones reports
Brown said Tuesday he hadn’t seen the video, which surfaced online the day published reports outlined legal work Warren performed for a company fighting a federal mandate to pay additional money into a health care fund for retired coal miners.
The video shows supporters of Brown and Warren shouting and chanting. The video was posted online by the Democrat-leaning Blue Mass Group, which said it was recorded at a Brown rally on Saturday in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. During the 46-second clip, supporters waving Brown signs are seen making tomahawk chopping motions with their arms and making war cries.
Brown, who won a 2010 special election to succeed the late Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy, has made the question of Warren’s heritage a central theme of his campaign "
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