Fall foliage, pumpkin picking and attacks on the legacy of Christopher Columbus: It must be autumn in America.
The perennial onslaught against the Italian explorer credited with discovering America is as reliable as the rising of the harvest moon to mark the changing season.
But this year, hatred for the country and its founding had already reached a fever pitch by the time the holiday rolled around, with the sight of public monuments being desecrated by angry mobs becoming routine in places like Portland, Oregon.
Under the guise of an “Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage,” members of antifa expressed hatred for a man who lived more than half a millennium before they were even born by toppling the statue of Abraham Lincoln as well as one of Theodore Roosevelt.
Like the rest of the pointless violence they’ve committed in that city and beyond, the useful idiots ignorant of history have used supposed “anti-racism” as their ideological weapon of choice