Roland Martin and CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield talk with Wisconsin State Senator Glenn Grothmann about his press release, “Why Must We Still Hear About Kwanzaa?”
LOL…i like the why he started to choke at the end.
Columbus was about love and peace right???
*insert sarcasm here
The host and her other guest both used red herring arguments. Glenn’s point was that Kwanza was developed by a thug to divide America and keep black hate alive. This is unlike the founding and founders of Columbus Day, Valentine’s Day, Easter, or any other holiday we observe. Regardless of how violent Columbus may have been Columbus Day was not created by the mob as a counter to St. Patrick’s Day.
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