November 25, 2015

HILARIOUS: Steven Crowder debunks politically correct Thanksgiving myths with Politically Incorrect Guide

Rebel Staff

With American Thanksgiving fast approaching, Steven Crowder's latest video is sure to make social justice warriors quiver in their safe spaces and issue trigger warnings.

Crowder's historically accurate video debunks politically correct Thanksgiving myths such as “Native Americans were an advanced society” and “The Native Americans were a peaceful culture to whom the concept of war was foreign”.

“War sucks, but that doesn’t give teachers, leftists and social justice warriors the right to LIE about non-existent peaceful Native Americans who rode horses, never experienced war, painted with colors of the wind and were taken out by smallbox blankets,” Crowder says.

If you agree then watch his video and check out his website.

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commented 2015-11-26 21:23:34 -0500
I watched another Steven Crowder video. He was being interviewed on Fox News about the Canadian Federal election and Trudeau’s win. (Steven Crowder was born in Montreal). I agreed with his sentiments, but he got ALL the facts wrong. He even said that Canada has only 12 provinces. I guess he feels if his heart is in the right place, facts don’t matter. Apparently, he’s not real big on research.
commented 2015-11-26 04:23:17 -0500
I know some are asserting that the infected blanket thing has been debunked, but It wasn’t too hard to find good information that this is just not true. The evidence exists that passing smallpox exposed blankets was discussed (in correspondence), and acted upon. There is in existence a signed requisition for infected blankets from the hospital at Fort Pitt. We also know that the disease took effect. What we cannot know is if the disease took effect because of doing this, as the outbreak was already underway. Either Crowder hasn’t actually done his research here, or he fallen for arguments as weak as the one he’s presented, because anyone who studies history can find even more evidence – lots of it – that European people knew very well to associate contaminated things and places with disease – especially smallpox. You don’t have to understand germ theory to make this association, and I also think Crowder is more than intelligent enough to know this. He obviously thinks his viewers aren’t. Up until now I liked Crowder, and enjoyed his videos, but his attempt to make my grandmothers people and half my extended family look like ignorant drunks was insulting enough to want to bust him in the face. I campaigned hard during the election for my friend, our local conservative candidate, and at every door where I was able to engage and discuss with the resident, I told them about The Rebel – hundreds went and got a pen to write down your internet address – native people as well. My cousins all work in the oilfields and promote you on their Facebook page because you tell the truth and champion their industry – what a way to alienate good people – people that you need. Really Ezra, what were you thinking?
commented 2015-11-26 00:56:10 -0500
Thanks for your post Maurice. I too am Metis and Avery proud Canadian.
commented 2015-11-25 19:23:54 -0500
However, there WAS brutality and case-specific genocide perpetrated by ethnically European Americans, and to lesser degree, Canadians. I don’t believe one side was morally superior to the other, but I do believe one side had superior numbers and technology, which enabled their barbarities to be more effective. General Philip H. Sheridan is famous for saying “The only good Indian is a dead Indian”, and he did his best to eradicate them from the western plains. General William Tecumseh Sherman joined in the fight after the Civil War. Custer also joined in but was less successful. As a Metis, I have ancestors in both camps, so I’m trying to ride the fence on this one. Iroquois did kill and cannibalize several Jesuit Missionaries, I presume with fava beans and a nice chianti
commented 2015-11-25 19:13:45 -0500
So the Right has no place in their camp for Natives.
That’s unfortunate.
I wonder if those Islamists moving into the U.S of A will even allow Thanksgiving.
commented 2015-11-25 17:56:47 -0500
Don’t forget to tell him to stop culturally misappropriating tobacco and stop smoking.
commented 2015-11-25 14:14:36 -0500

commented 2015-11-25 13:35:13 -0500
Lefty Politicians have always lied about history. Look at Trudeau, the dead one not the brain dead one, changed school history books.