Whatever political drama went into the Senate’s losing vote on the Keystone XL pipeline this evening likely can’t match what happened afterward. A handful of anti-pipeline protesters in the Senate gallery began to — well, not cheer or applaud, but engage in a Native American chant.
Was it Elizabeth Warren who broke into the Native American chant as the announcement was made that the passage of Keystone had failed?
— Jennifer Tammaro (@Jennanjack) November 19, 2014
Tribal spokesman says man who started chanting is Greg Graycloud with the Lakota Tribe in South Dakota. #KeystoneXL
— Ed O'Keefe (@edokeefe) November 18, 2014
Pic: Protesters are taken away from the Senate chamber after chanting from the gallery following the Keystone vote: pic.twitter.com/KiGL2gYgPb
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) November 18, 2014
They were still kicked out by security, but many saw great irony in the fact that it was Sen. Elizabeth Warren presiding over the Senate and calling for order.
BREAKING: Senate Keystone hecklers attempt to communicate with Chief Warren. https://t.co/h8qRoQfo6y
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) November 18, 2014
(Definitely turn on the sound of that Vine for full effect.)
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) November 18, 2014
Someone in the Senate Chamber was doing a Native American chant. Probably in honor of Warren sitting in the chair of authority. #justsaying
— Bryan R.. (@youthpastorbry) November 18, 2014
— Robb Allen (@ItsRobbAllen) November 18, 2014
— DefiantFederalist (Human Scum) (@RichardJSunkle) November 18, 2014
@FreeBeacon Funny! I wonder if that singing speaks to her soul.
— Sherri (@txtrue) November 18, 2014
Of course Elizabeth Warren didn't join in the Native American chant in the Senate. She was busy painting with all the colors of the wind.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 19, 2014