Back in March, you may recall that Christina Fallin, daughter of Oklahoma Governor, Mary Fallin was roundly criticized for a photos showing her wearing a Native American Headdress. Well she's back at it again, this time wearing Native American regalia, and doing a faux war dance at the Norman Music Festival.
To add insult to injury, Fallin wore as part of the regalia, a Native American style shawl with the word "Sheep" written across it.
"According to a tweet by Chahta Summer, a Choctaw mother and a recent law school graduate, Fallin's shawl with "Sheep" written on its back was a direct swipe at American Indians.
"Their supporters were calling us sheep the last time, saying we called her out to be PC (politically correct), not thinking for ourselves," commented Summer."
Last time, Fallin also put out a statement saying:
"Growing up in Oklahoma, we have come into contact with Native American culture institutionally our whole lives—something we are eternally grateful for. With age, we feel a deeper and deeper connection to the Native American culture that has surrounded us. Though it may not have been our own, this aesthetic has affected us emotionally in a very real and meaningful way. Please forgive us if we innocently adorn ourselves in your beautiful things."
Even if you bought her story last time, this time certainly doesn't seem "innocent".