Jalen Rose: "Can we retire using ‘Mount Rushmore?' That should be offensive to all of us, especially Native Americans, and Indigenous people who were the first people here before Christopher Columbus. That land was stolen from them when it was discovered that it contained gold. And 25 years later, to add insult to injury, four American presidents were put on what we call Mount Rushmore on top of the dead bodies that are buried right underneath. So, I call for you and for myself — I'm owning this, too — let's stop using the term ‘Mount Rushmore' when we're talking about our favorite rappers, talking about our favorite movies, talking about our favorite players."
Clay Travis: “Jalen Rose, who is not very good at television, came out and said that the term ‘Mt. Rushmore’ should no longer be used. Mount Rushmore is ‘racist’ and ‘offensive, and therefore the phrase ‘Mt. Rushmore’, put forth for great athletes, great coaches, and commonly used in sports is ‘racist’. Woke Jalen Rose is not very good at making those arguments. I can make the woke arguments better than the woke imbeciles but this is the world that we are living in now." (Full Segment Above)
Watch Clay Travis react to ESPN analyst Jalen Rose’s recent video on Twitter asking for the sports term ‘Mt. Rushmore’, a phrase used to describe the top four greatest things in any one category, to be banned because of its supposed negative connotation to imperialism.