President Trump honored Christopher Columbus’ heroism
Joe Biden, with a decades-long penchant for lying, wanted to include his memories of being onboard the Santa Maria in 1492, but his mouthpiece Jan Psaki shut down his plans with a piercing look and quick circle back.
“For generations, Federal policies systematically sought to assimilate and displace Native people and eradicate Native cultures,” Biden’s handlers wrote in the Indigenous Peoples’ Day proclamation. “Today, we recognize Indigenous peoples’ resilience and strength as well as the immeasurable positive impact that they have made on every aspect of American society.”
In a separate proclamation they praised the role of Italian Americans in U.S. society, but also referenced the violence and harm Columbus and other explorers of the age brought about on the Americas.
Obviously, Team Biden would have preferred a world without the United States of America.
“Today, we also acknowledge the painful history of wrongs and atrocities that many European explorers inflicted on Tribal Nations and Indigenous communities,” Biden’s surrogates wrote. “It is a measure of our greatness as a Nation that we do not seek to bury these shameful episodes of our past — that we face them honestly, we bring them to the light, and we do all we can to address them.”
Biden’s message stands in stark contrast to President Donald Trump’s 2020 holiday proclamation in which he defended Columbus’ courageous heroism:
“Sadly, in recent years, radical activists have sought to undermine Christopher Columbus’ legacy. These extremists seek to replace discussions of his vast contributions with talk of failings, his discoveries with atrocities, and his achievements with transgressions.”
We’ll join with President Trump and wish our readers a “Happy Columbus Day.”