Does hoplophobe Bob Costas know the history of the Washington Redskins? Of course he does. But that’s not going to stop him from re-writing history to promote the Progressive PC Agenda.
Ninety percent of Native Americans feel that the name isn’t offensive and shouldn’t be changed.
See letter written by the Redskins owner Dan Snyder to fans. “Students at primarily Native American schools all across America wear the name with pride, and say now they’re afraid they might lose the name. At Kingston Oklahoma high school, which is 58 percent Native American, the name ‘Redskins’ has been worn by its students for 104 years. In fact, ‘Redskins’ was a name first used by Native Americans.”
“In 1932, the NFL team moved to the historic Fenway Park and were left under the leadership of George Preston Marshall. The very next year, Marshall changed the name to ‘Redskins.’ Why?” Beck continued. “Well that’s a good question for the president to ask … the name was changed to ‘Redskins’ to honor then-coach Lone Star Dietz, an American Sioux. So the name actually paystribute to a great people.”
The self appointed PC Speech Police demand that we take care of these helpless, hopeless Native Americans who are too stupid to realized the white man is harming them once again.
The liberal fascists are demanding that you fall in line and do what the self appointed American sports writer speech vigilantes are doing. You are supposed to swear to never say the words “Washington Redskins” ever again. It’s racist and offensive and a slap in the face to all Native Americans who ever lived, because Peter King and Bob Costas say so.
“The whole issue is so silly to me,” says Bob Burns, a Native American and a bundle holder in the Blackfeet tribe. “The name just doesn’t bother me much. It’s an issue that shouldn’t be an issue, not with all the problems we’ve got in this country.”
How will Peter King and Bob Costas tell the athletes at Wellpinit (Wash.) High School — where the student body is 91.2 percent Native American — that the “Redskins” name they wear proudly across their chests is insulting them? They obviously have no idea.
And it’s not going to be easy telling the Kingston (Okla.) High School (57.7 percent Native American) Redskins that the name they’ve worn on their uniforms for 104 years has been a joke on them this whole time. Because they wear it with honor.
“We have two great tribes here,” says Kingston assistant school superintendent Ron Whipkey, “the Chicasaw and the Choctaw. And not one member of those tribes has ever come to me or our school with a complaint. It is a prideful thing to them.”
“It’s a name that honors the people,” says Kingston English teacher Brett Hayes, who is Choctaw. “The word ‘Oklahoma’ itself is Choctaw for ‘red people.’ The students here don’t want it changed. To them, it seems like it’s just people who have no connection with the Native American culture, people out there trying to draw attention to themselves.
“My kids are really afraid we’re going to lose the Redskin name. They say to me, ‘They’re not going to take it from us, are they, Dad?’”
Too late. White America has spoken. You aren’t offended, so we’ll be offended for you.
In case you missed it, here’s the message delivered straight from the sawed off prick’s mouth 🙀