Canada Changes 2 Key Words in National Anthem for This Politically Correct Reason

What happened?

Canada has changed the second line of its national anthem from “in all thy sons” to “in all of us” to be gender-neutral. Over the years, a dozen different bills have been introduced in Canada’s House to remove the reference to “sons,” and one finally passed in the Senate last week.

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“This may be small, it’s about two words, but it’s huge … we can now sing it with pride knowing the law will support us in terms of the language,” Ontario Sen. Frances Lankin said of the change.

Glenn’s take:

Did anyone ask everyday Canadians if they wanted their national anthem changed? Progressives tend to push forward with their agenda regardless of what normal people want.

“Most Canadians, I would bet, preferred leaving the anthem alone,” Glenn said on today’s show. “You know, they’ve had a song that way for over a century. Nobody is dying because of sexism over the stupid national anthem.”