Watters’ World: WaPo’s Poll Says the Name ‘Washington Redskins’ Isn’t Offensive to Native Americans

‘At least according to a Washington Post survey’

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WATTERS: “Yes. Just do your job contrary to popular belief the name of the DC NFL team the Washington Redskins isn’t actually offensive to Native Americans. At least according to a Washington Post survey. 500 people who have identify native American asked to pick from 40 E emotions which best describe their feelings about the red skins. The emotion most picked, proud followed by indifferent, respond rationalizing that it is just a name and honors that represents their heritage or people. Are overly sensitive.” 








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