What Do Americans Really Think About Columbus Day?

Jessica Kramer | Contributor

People outside the Columbus fountain near Union Station in Washington, D.C., told The Daily Caller News Foundation what they thought about Columbus, Ohio deciding to stop their celebration of the man their city is named after.

While some believed Columbus Day shouldn’t be celebrated, others defended the tradition and said an Indigenous Peoples Day could be celebrated on another date as well.

“I think that’s primarily politically motivated because a lot of the misinformation people think that Columbus did towards Native Americans,” one young Knight of Columbus told the DCNF. (RELATED: MAGA Hats Vs. Swastikas: Which Is Worse? We Asked And They Compared Trump To Hitler)

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