Kentucky To Remove Confederate Statues, Would You Support The Removal Of Martin Luther King Statues As Well?

The Mayor of Kentucky wants to remove all Confederate statues. The mayor is accelerating the process. As long as we are erasing American history, would you support the removal of all Martin Luther King statues as well?

 

POLL: Are Confederate Statues And Monuments “Heritage Or Hate”?

What do you think? History or hate? Please take our poll below.

If the Left wants to take down all traces of Confederate Monuments this is a clear violation on the US Constitution. By their standards that means that all crescent moons on Mosques should be taken down as well.

Adolf Hitler was well known to take down historic monuments deeming them as offensive. To this day ISIS also destroyed some of the oldest monuments in World history all in the name of them not agreeing with what it stands for.

Huffingtonpost.ca reported: The mayor of Lexington, Kentucky, announced plans Saturday to relocate his city’s Confederate statues, following violent white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Are Confederate Statues And Monuments “Heritage Or Hate”?

Heritage.
Hate.
I’m not sure.

QuizMaker

Jim Gray, a Democrat, tweeted as groups clashed in Virginia:

“The tragic events in Charlottesville today have accelerated the announcement I intended to make next week,” Gray said in a statement. “On Tuesday I will ask the Council to support Lexington’s petition to the Kentucky Military Heritage Commission, a required next step. Details to come.”

The protests in Charlottesville stemmed from an event initially touted as a rally in support of a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee, which is slated for removal. Another protest against the statue’s removal took place in May of this year.

Charlotteville’s decision to remove the Lee statue is part of a nationwide effort to remove Confederate monuments from public property.

HuffPost’s Christopher Mathias and Andy Campbell reported in July:

In the two years since white supremacist and Confederate flag admirer Dylann Roof massacred nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church, the movement to remove Confederate symbols from public property has gained renewed purpose and momentum. So far, 60 Confederate symbols have been removed from city- and state-owned land across the U.S., according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Most recently, the city of New Orleans toppled four statues honoring the Confederacy.

Check out our source here.

Kentucky To Remove Confederate Statues, Would You Support The Removal Of Martin Luther King Statues As Well?

The Mayor of Kentucky wants to remove all Confederate statues. The mayor is accelerating the process. As long as we are erasing American history, would you support the removal of all Martin Luther King statues as well?

 

Kentucky To Remove Confederate Statues, Would You Support The Removal Of Martin Luther King Statues As Well?

The Mayor of Kentucky wants to remove all Confederate statues. The mayor is accelerating the process. As long as we are erasing American history, would you support the removal of all Martin Luther King statues as well?

 

POLL: Are Confederate Statues And Monuments “Heritage Or Hate”?

What do you think? History or hate? Please take our poll below.

If the Left wants to take down all traces of Confederate Monuments this is a clear violation on the US Constitution. By their standards that means that all crescent moons on Mosques should be taken down as well.

Adolf Hitler was well known to take down historic monuments deeming them as offensive. To this day ISIS also destroyed some of the oldest monuments in World history all in the name of them not agreeing with what it stands for.

Huffingtonpost.ca reported: The mayor of Lexington, Kentucky, announced plans Saturday to relocate his city’s Confederate statues, following violent white supremacist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Are Confederate Statues And Monuments “Heritage Or Hate”?

Heritage.
Hate.
I’m not sure.

QuizMaker

Jim Gray, a Democrat, tweeted as groups clashed in Virginia:

“The tragic events in Charlottesville today have accelerated the announcement I intended to make next week,” Gray said in a statement. “On Tuesday I will ask the Council to support Lexington’s petition to the Kentucky Military Heritage Commission, a required next step. Details to come.”

The protests in Charlottesville stemmed from an event initially touted as a rally in support of a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee, which is slated for removal. Another protest against the statue’s removal took place in May of this year.

Charlotteville’s decision to remove the Lee statue is part of a nationwide effort to remove Confederate monuments from public property.

HuffPost’s Christopher Mathias and Andy Campbell reported in July:

In the two years since white supremacist and Confederate flag admirer Dylann Roof massacred nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church, the movement to remove Confederate symbols from public property has gained renewed purpose and momentum. So far, 60 Confederate symbols have been removed from city- and state-owned land across the U.S., according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Most recently, the city of New Orleans toppled four statues honoring the Confederacy.

Check out our source here.

Two Cops Died Today And Protesters Were Holding Up This Sign

President Trump: Deepest condolences to the families & fellow officers of the VA State Police who died today. You’re all among the best this nation produces.

This is despicable.