A few days ago, President Trump called Elizabeth Warren by the affectionate nickname “Pocahontas.” It was a national disaster. In what we can only assume was an early Christmas miracle, Keith Olbermann even canceled his show over the comment (see Keith Olbermann’s Deranged Retirement Announcement Epitomizes Why Everyone Hates Him…). Yes really.
While leftist tightwads had their nuclear meltdown, Sky News interviewed one of Pocahontas’ descendants. Take a peek at what she has to say about the whole thing below.
According to an interview with Sky News, Debbie “White Dove” Porecco isn’t taking any offense to Trump’s name for Warren, and she’s an actual descendant of Pocahontas herself.
In fact, not only is she not taking offense, she looks at Trump as a “hero.”
“I know that he uses ‘Pocahontas’ sometimes with Elizabeth Warren,” said Porecco. “He said, ‘well does that offend you when I use that?’ And I told him no, it doesn’t offend me.”
So, the Disney version of Pocahontas? Not a fan of Trump. But the lass with real Pocahontas blood in her veins? She’s not offended. She disagrees with social justice warriors. Sound the alarm!
To hear leftists tell it, Trump aggrieved every Native American in the history of ever. By calling someone by someone else’s name. It’s like the Trail of Tears all over again.
Except we’re talking about words here. And the only person who may have even been logically offended over use of the name “Pocahontas” couldn’t care less.
This isn’t the first time everyone has gotten offended on behalf of a select few they know nothing about. It’s also not the first time that select few turned out to not give a single crap about being offended (see New Poll Reveals How Many Native Americans Are ACTUALLY Offended By ‘Redskins’ and Redskins Keep ‘Offensive’ Name. Native Americans Don’t Give a Rodent’s Hind End…).
The left is more sensitive than a freshly-birthed baby’s behind. Every time Trump sputters air out of his nasal passage, they flip their biscuit. Looks like this was no exception. At least it’s entertaining.
While we’re on the subject…