Christina Fallin, in Her Own Words: 'I'm Tired of the Misinformation'
By "people who accept lies without proof" do you mean the protesters? Who I take it were primarily Native American?
No, I do not mean the protesters, nor Native Americans -- you jumped to that assumption just like other people have jumped to assumptions. As I just said -- it points out my actual message, which was in no way aimed at the Native American community, that people can't believe what they hear and should always seek the truth out for themselves -- but thank you for asking.
So was "sheep" was aimed at anyone who believes lies in general or people who believe in lies about you in particular? And also, can you see how using just one word can get misinterpreted?
If you read the press release, it gives you the answer to your question: "The 'sheep' reference refers to those who blindly follow sensationalist yellow journalism rather than the truth. It is interesting that this cape, designed to convey this message, has been portrayed as a Native American shawl by the very same sensationalist, yellow journalism media it was meant to highlight." Sometimes I can't tell if you're trying to lecture me or get the facts from my point of view -- can you see how I interpreted your last sentence?
I'm just trying to show how it happens. People can interpret things negatively or positively or neutrally.
It's a matter of what you choose to believe about a person -- that's one way people interpret things.
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