The History Of Christopher Columbus, Except This Time With The Actual Facts
People often get sensitive when you attack their favorite traditions. Columbus Day became a national holiday 77 years ago after the Knights of Columbus campaigned for it in NYC. It's the only U.S. federal holiday named after a non-American. It's also the only U.S. federal holiday named after a sex-slave trader. (Seriously, look it up.) John Oliver wants to know why Columbus Day is still a thing. So do I. Because of these obvious and glaring facts. And a bunch more. So watch this hilarious video on the subject.
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