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November 29, 2023

Defamation: Mom of Child Targeted by Deadspin's Clickbait Racist Reveals That He's Native American

He was accused of being racist against both blacks and Indians.

Turns out, he's an Indian.

G/O Media, which bought all of these dying Gawker properties, will have to write a big check to avoid a defamation lawsuit.

Gawker blogs don't have a good history as far as defamation lawsuits go. The Hulk Hogan outside should've told ya.

The mother of a young football fan who wore a headdress and painted his face red and black to a Kansas City Chiefs game has blasted Deadspin for accusing him of "doubling up" on racism against black and Native communities -- noting that her son is himself Native American.

Holden Armenta became an unexpected focus of an article by senior writer Carron Phillips that focused on a photo of the boy standing sideways, suggesting he was wearing blackface with no mention of the red side.

"The NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in Black face, Native headdress," read the headline, which accused the boy of "doubling up on the racism."

Phillips, a former New York Daily News reporter, also slammed Holden's Native American headdress and his "Tomahawk Chop" gesture, claiming the boy "found a way to hate Black people and Native Americans at the same time."

"It takes a lot to disrespect two groups of people at once," Phillips wrote in the article, which has since been tagged with a community note on X branding it "purposely deceiving."

"This is what happens when you ban books, stand against Critical Race Theory, and try to erase centuries of hate," he wrote. "You give future generations the ammunition they need to evolve and recreate racism better than before."

The boy's outraged mother, Shannon Armenta, shared numerous images of her son getting a warm reception at the game -- while suggesting Deadspin focused on a photo that hid the fact that half her son's face was painted red.

"This has nothing to do with the NFL," she wrote, suggesting the photo was picked purely "to create division"

"He is Native American -- just stop already," she wrote of her son.

In fact, Holden's grandfather, Raul Armenta, sits on the board of the Chumash Tribe in Santa Ynez, California, according to the Post Millennial.


In his piece about Armenta, Phillips also blamed the National Football League.

"If the NFL had outlawed the chop at Chiefs games and been more aggressive in changing the team's name, then we wouldn't be here," he wrote.
What do you think? Post a comment.

"While it isn't the league's responsibility to stop racism and hate from being taught in the home, they are a league that has relentlessly participated in prejudice."

Karen's post is a real hoot.

The NFL needs to speak out against the Kansas City Chiefs fan in Black face, Native headdress

They're doubling up on the racism. Are you going to say anything, Roger Goodell?

By Carron J. Phillips

It takes a lot to disrespect two groups of people at once. But on Sunday afternoon in Las Vegas, a Kansas City Chiefs fan found a way to hate Black people and the Native Americans at the same time.

It was as if Jon Gruden's emails had come to life.

The image of a Chiefs fan in Black face wearing a Native headdress during a road game leads to so many unanswered questions.

Why did the camera person give this fan the attention?

Why did the producer allow that camera angle to be aired at all?

Is that fan a kid/teenager or a young adult?

Despite their age, who taught that person that what they were wearing was appropriate?

The answers to all of those questions lead back to the NFL. While it isn't the league's responsibility to stop racism and hate from being taught in the home, they are a league that has relentlessly participated in prejudice. If the NFL had outlawed the chop at Chiefs games and been more aggressive in changing the team's name, then we wouldn't be here.

There's no place for a franchise to be called the "Chiefs" in a league that's already eradicated "Redskins."

"There's no pretty way to mascot people," Amanda Blackhorse, a Native American activist and an organizer of a pre-game protest rally, told USA TODAY Sports, earlier this year.

This is what happens when you ban books, stand against Critical Race Theory, and try to erase centuries of hate. You give future generations the ammunition they need to evolve and recreate racism better than before.

"We are committed to Inspire Change and the social justice work that inspires change for the long-term," Anna Isaacson, NFL senior vice president of social responsibility, told The Associated Press back in 2021. This was the time when the league was beginning to allow players to wear decals on their helmets that read Stop Hate, Black Lives Matter, Inspire Change, and Say Their Stories, as part of the NFL's "social justice initiatives."

Notice how it's usually referred to as social justice and not racial justice, as a way to soften the hate. It's an orchestrated way to distract you from the core issue.

However, the ultimate insult from the league can be seen during each game as "End Racism" and "It Takes All Of Us" are sketched in the end zones. Do you know how big your balls have to be to say that racism should be ended when you have a racist past like the NFL? It's as if Jim Trotter and Brian Flores aren't actively suing them for alleged racism right now, as the Attorneys General in New York and California are also investigating them for similar allegations.

The idea that it takes all of humanity to end racism is not only asinine, but insulting and infuriating. By doing that, you're taking away the responsibility and necessity of accountability from the ones who created it and actively participated in it.

It's also cruel to expect the oppressed to assist their oppressors in the termination of their own oppression.


As of now, the league hasn't released a statement on what took place in the stands in Las Vegas on Sunday. That photo of that fan floating around on the Internet is beyond a bad look for a league, while simultaneously being what should be expected from the NFL.


Three years after Goodell made that comment [on behalf of BLM race hucksters], the league is worse off than it was when the commissioner was scrambling during America's "racial awakening" in 2020. He apologized to Colin Kaepernick, "allowed" players to kneel in peaceful protests and promised that things would change. Nothing has. And after what we saw on Sunday, it feels like nothing ever will.

I can promise you some change, Karen: Your employment status will change when G/O Media gets sued.

Adam Carolla covered this story, soon after mentioning the Sports Illustrated AI-generated content story. He commented that this "clickbait" piece reads like it was written by Woke AI.

Indeed, but then again, all these NPCs talk like stupid robots.

Apparently, the left is attempting to sustain the charge that this little kid is a racist, and has, get this, moved the goalposts: They're now demanding to know why this kid was allowed to dress up as a chief at an away game. (The Chiefs were playing at Raiders.)

So that's the new standard of racism: When you dress in your team's colors at another team's stadium.

Defamation is tough, particularly because leftwing judges exert themselves so heroically to protect leftwing outfits from suit. Judges routinely claim that you can falsely brand someone as a racist because that's an "opinion."

But there is a factual misrepresentation here: Karen the Racist claimed this kid was wearing "blackface" (or "black face," as this garbage-tier blog puts it).

That's factually false, and can support a defamation suit.


Leftwingers are really trying to save Deadspin by insisting that no, this kid really is racist.

During his show on Tuesday, [Dan] Le Batard marveled at the "stupidity" of all of this, pointing out that while he may not have been wearing Blackface, the fan's costume could still be considered offensive to Native Americans.

"The right picked this up and said, 'Sue Deadspin, bankrupt Deadspin.' And I can't help but laugh at the center of this, I can't help but laugh at the idea that they want them sued for one racism, while the kid is still in full racist garb," Le Batard said. "The only part of him that's not intentionally, kind of, racist is the black part! The rest is team colors and he's going for just being a fan, but the racism is already in there, just not the kind the right is picking up and flogging Deadspin with over a five-year-old kid. Like, the stupidity of this is remarkable."

Wearing red and black face paint is racist, Dan?

Thanks to redridinghood.

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