Columbus Wasn’t Indigenous – Neither Were American Indians

by: Brent Smith

As another Columbus Day is upon us, we are reminded again why the loony left is so aptly named and why we describe them as “low information.”

We all know Columbus didn’t just innocently “sail the ocean blue in 1492.” We all know it should be: “Columbus came in with the tide, for the sole purpose of Genocide.”

We know Ferdinand and Isabella said: “So Chris – we hear you want to sail off and discover a new world or something.” And Columbus said: “Nah – I thought I’d go kill some Injuns.” “Great Idea – here’s some cash for the trip.”

And for this reason, liberals across the nation have been protesting the celebration of this murderer. Instead of Columbus Day, many cities and enclaves of higher learning have begun making the politically correct change to “Indigenous People’s Day, and
First Peoples Day.” A few years ago Seattle made the switch to “a holiday that will honor and celebrate the cultural contributions of Native Americans.” Hooray for Indigenous People! Boo for genocidal European illegal immigrant interlopers!

And it continued at the University of Oklahoma, where a student “organization” calling themselves “Indigenize OU” made demands that Columbus be thrown on the ash heap of history and replaced with the aforementioned “Indigenous People’s Day.” This “organization” actually consisted of four – yes four American Indian students. read more

Steven Crowder Claims Columbus Wasn’t All Bad

Columbus Day has come and gone. or is it Native American’s Day, or Indigenous People’s Day, or whatever.

Leave it to Steven Crowder to set us straight and explain that Columbus wasn’t the genocidal white European manic he’s been made out to be or that the Injuns that he supposed slaughtered weren’t everything we’ve been taught.

Enjoy the video from Prager University: read more