NAACP wants to BAN history by Removing Confederate generals from Stone Mountain

Just like ISIS destroying historical monuments and relics, the NAACP want to continue is spread of hate by banning any and everything it can. Their new victim?

All symbols of the Confederacy from Stone Mountain.

WSBTV reported that this push to destroy historical monuments comes on the heels of the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina State House.

The organization issued a statement calling for the removal of all symbols of the Confederacy from the park.

“My tax dollars should not be used to commemorate slavery,”Rose said.

Rose said his group wants Confederate symbols removed from all state-owned buildings, parks and lands.

It was said that once you start banning history that people would keep pushing until they banned everything.

It was recently reported that a liberal professor even called for a revision to the constitution, calling it a confederate symbol that represents hate and “racism.

 

Rose told Petersen he would start with Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

 

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