Mr. Robert Satiacum,
have you ever sat down
to write three names
on your computer
looked each one up
as to visits to Indian country?
Looked up all proof positive
as to guilt or innocence?
Two presidential contenders
one called 'crooked' with absolutely no proof, just insinuations.
One that is a proven criminal, even by his own mouth!
Why are my brothers and sisters still being ignored
by the law of the land?
I give you
(Robert Satiacum, a member of the Puyallup Tribe),
as proof positive!
Mr. Satiacum is in the position to be able to pull our people
out of the quagmire of government rules and regulations.
So, what does he do?
He flaunts the law of the land!
in a Federal Lawsuit,
Seeks to Block Indian Casinos
By WAYNE KING,
Published: May 4, 1993
The Clinton Family visits to Indian Country
Stop the crying and let us get to work.
Native Americans want President Clinton (Madam President),
spent more time with them
then she did this year.
That's one visit
Where was Bernie Sanders
for the other 35 plus years?
Native Americans want President Clinton
to see the Substance shown at the DNC, take birth and grow into reality.
Washington state elector says he won't vote for Clinton
Published November 05, 2016
Americans vote for the president on Election Day, but they're really casting votes for each state's electors, who will decide the next president on Dec. 19.
A Democratic elector in Washington state said Friday that he would not cast his Electoral College vote for Hillary Clinton if, as is likely, she wins the state in Tuesday's election.
Robert Satiacum, a member of the Puyallup Tribe, supported Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary, which the Vermont senator won by approximately a 3-to-1 margin. He said he believes Clinton is a "criminal" who doesn't care enough about American Indians and "she's done nothing but flip back and forth."
He said he has wrestled with what to do, but feels that neither Clinton nor Republican Donald Trump can lead the country.
Satiacum is one of Washington's twelve Democratic Electors, who pledged to represent the popular vote in the state.
He faces a $1,000 fine for not doing so, but in an earlier interview told KING 5 that doesn't bother him.