America has fallen into the trap political correctness yet again. If you live in Seattle, say goodbye to Columbus Day. Instead, get ready for Indigenous People's Day! To show how far America has gone from where we were, Glenn brought out a headdress from the Tea Party movement in the late 1800s.
"This is how politically correct we've become. This is actually from the first salute or the first resurrection of the Tea Party. The Tea Party was [...] when the founders went and they dressed to disguise themselves as Native Americans and they dumped the tea away," Glenn explained.
Glenn said that the headdress he had was from a resurrection of the Tea Party movement in the late 1800s when people felt like the country had grown away from it's roots.
Glenn joked that people mocked conservatives for dressing up in Revolutionary War regalia, but it could have been worse. They could have dressed like this:
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