Thanksgiving is not racist & neither were the Pilgrims | Episode 61

 

< br />Despite how progressives may try to rewrite history, the truth is the Pilgrims were America's first abolitionists. In fact, they also planted seeds for our equality, free market, freedom of religion, education, due process, private property, and much more! One year shy of the Plymouth Rock landing's 400th anniversary, America has embraced Jamestown as our nation's birthplace. Glenn sits with historians Leo Martin and David Barton, and Tim Ballard, CEO of The Nazarene Fund, in a house known as Plot No. 1, where the first Thanksgiving was held. Together, they tell the true tale of the Pilgrims – why they came here, their personal relationship with God, and their strong emphasis on family. THESE were the seeds of our nation.

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