The mayor of Bloomington, Indiana has decided to rename two holidays that have stood the test of time in our nation for decades. The liberal mayor said that Columbus Day and Good Friday have now been deemed “culturally insensitive.”
Mayor John Hamilton made the controversial change this past Friday.
As of now, Columbus Day will be known as “Fall Holiday” and Good Friday will be known as “Spring Holiday”.
The bright side is that city employees no longer will be triggered by these racist holidays and they can go about their duties emotionally stress free.
Here’s a video report:
Bloomington has a population of 82,575, and is the home of Indiana University. And as we all know, where ever a university sits, Progressive liberalism resides.
The mayor goes on to say:
“Diversity makes us stronger and more representative of the public we proudly serve, these updated names for two days of well-merited time off is another way we can demonstrate our commitment to inclusivity.”
How is making everything completely boring embracing diversity?
Isn’t diversity all about having lots of ideas, aspects of cultures and celebrations? Can’t people can embrace them as they see fit? Isn’t watering everything down the opposite of diversity?
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