These are the monuments vandalized after Charlottesville

The debate over Confederate monuments has intensified since last weekend’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalist and other far-right groups protested the removal of a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Many public and private monuments have been vandalized following the clashes in Charlottesville. Here’s a state-by-state breakdown.

Warning: CNN.

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  • simus1

    Monuments are just another small brick pried out of the Freedom Road. The communist wreckers are intent on using it and using opposition to Trump in the building of a grand subversion that will overwhelm those who sidetracked Dowager Empress Hitlery from her rightful throne. Not that she is their first love but they were prepared to tolerate her as long as she gave them free reign like Emperor Barry.

  • Democrats tearing down Democrat war heroes from their Confederate past. They must be incredibly racked with guilt if they still can’t handle their past after more than 150 years. Especially since no one living today in the U.S. has ever been a slave owner, and no one today has ever been a slave.

    Why doesn’t the Democrat Party simply issue a formal apology for its past institutionalized racism if they want to get rid of the guilt? People will forgive them — in fact I think that most people already forgave them a long time ago, and forgot about it. That’s why the Confederate statues are there in the first place — an act of forgiveness respecting and honouring soldiers of the Confederate Democrat war dead, the same as you would recognize any American soldier who made the ultimate sacrifice in battle.