September 24, 2021

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Native Americans not offended

Polls repeatedly show majority of Native Americans not offended by Redskins name

from wnd.com

The above headline in the wnd.com news site shows just how out of touch the liberals are when it comes being offended by a name. We’ve seen product names changed only because the picture on the product portrayed a man or woman of color. Who is really offended by these portrayals of people of a darker skin then the white majority who buy the products. Not the majority of the population who shop. The above headline proves my point.

The majority of Native Americans are not offended by the Redskins name. And why should? I would think the majority of Native Americans would be proud of their heritage.

In the wnd.com article it said “The best-known survey is likely a 2016 Washington Post poll that found 9 out 10 Native Americans don’t find the “Redskins” name offensive.” So why change the name? There have been many, many schools and other sports teams that have change the name of there teams because they had name that were assumed to offend Native Americans. This poll shows all these name changes were unnecessary and a waste of money. Especially since Native Americans are proud of there heritage and take no offense the use of words and names derived from their lifestyles. So lets stop all this foolishness.


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