Poll taken of American Indians blows HUGE liberal argument right out of the PC water

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Native Americans have bigger fish to fry than worrying about policing language.

Nine out of 10 American Indians said they are not offended by the Washington Redskins’ name, despite massive uproar from politically correct liberals who insist the term is offensive, according to a Washington Post poll.

The survey found opinions about the term have been unchanged since the last poll was conducted on the issue in 2004.

The news sparked a big reaction on social media and liberals were called out for making a big commotion out of issue that most Native Americans seem to barely care about.

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Some in the politically correct crowd couldn’t believe Native Americans aren’t offended by the term, so they simply said they are wrong about their own heritage.

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