Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman Exults In Cubs' World Series Victory

FORT YATES, NORTH DAKOTA — As Donald Trump continues to grope his way to the White House, David Archambault II, the Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Council and a leader in the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, celebrated the spectacular World Series victory of the Chicago Cubs over the Cleveland Indians yesterday evening in Progressive Field in Cleveland in the seventh game of the World Series. A solitary reporter was with Archambault as he watched the Cubs beat the Indians in the 10th inning, 8-7.


“We Native Americans consider it to be extremely disrespectful when the cap insignia of a Major League Baseball team portrays us in a highly unflattering way,” Archambeault said.


The solitary reporter, who spent three cold years in Chicago, was thrilled at the Cubs’ victory, their first World Series win since 1908, when Teddy Roosevelt was president.


Elsewhere, associate solitary reporter Jeanne Smith, on the trail of FBI Director James Comey, interviewed several senior FBI agents who are thinking of resigning en masse because of Comey’s blatant meddling in the election.

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