Brown Staffers Recorded Doing Tomahawk Chop, War Whoops

Had to take it that extra step, didn't you?


Staffers for Sen. Scott Brown made tomahawk-chopping motions and stereotypical Native American "war whoop" sounds during a campaign rally Saturday for the Massachusetts Republican, attempting to mock their boss's opponent, according to a report Tuesday.

In video posted on YouTube by the liberal blog Blue Mass Group, men are seen at Brown's rally outside the Eire Pub in Boston yelling and doing the tomahawk chop. WCVB, the ABC affiliate in Boston, identified three of them as Brown's deputy chief of staff, Greg Casey; his constituent services counsel, Jack Richard; and GOP operative Brad Garrett.