Robert E. Lee statue removed from U.S. Capitol

Robert E. Lee statue removed from U.S. Capitol
Statue of Robert E. Lee (Image vis WTVR)

[Ed. – At the rate the cancel culturalists are going in their crusade to erase all reminders of the Civil War, they are helping to ensure a generation of American children who are clueless about this important event in American history. Also, where does Ralph (“Blackface”) Northam get off weighing in on this matter?]

A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was removed from the U.S. Capitol overnight.

The statue has stood with America’s first president, George Washington, as the state of Virginia’s contribution to the National Statuary Hall Collection at the Capitol for more than 100 years.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, announced on Monday the state will seek to have it replaced with a statue of civil rights icon Barbara Johns.

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“We should all be proud of this important step forward for our Commonwealth and our country,” Northam said. “The Confederacy is a symbol of Virginia’s racist and divisive history, and it is past time we tell our story with images of perseverance, diversity, and inclusion. I look forward to seeing a trailblazing young woman of color represent Virginia in the U.S. Capitol, where visitors will learn about Barbara Johns’ contributions to America.”…

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