Who told the Washington Redskins to change their name?

Four years ago, I told you about this huge story in the Washington Post:

New poll finds 9 in 10 Native Americans aren’t offended by Redskins name

I called it a huge story, because the Washington Post put a team of eight reporters on the story. I’ve never heard of that before, other than maybe covering a federal election or a war.

And the Washington Post commissioned a large survey of over 500 Indians for that poll. That’s hard to do — it’s not just taking random names out of the phone book. You have to make sure you’re talking to actual Indians.

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, we looked at news reports and polls of actual Indians over the last few years in the wake of the news that the Redskins have dropped their name under pressure from “sponsors and activists.”

It’s 2020, and the “wokerati” haven’t been this confident since Mao’s Red Guards in the 1970s.

(If you haven’t seen my special 90-minute episode about the Cultural Revolution and the photos taken by a "Red Color News Soldier," you really should. That’s what’s going on here.)