Confederate Monument Ripped Down By Liberals In Louisiana Just Found A New Home In THIS State

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Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

The confederate monument that stood outside The University of Louisville for years and was taken down due to pressure from ignorant liberals has found a new home.

The confederate monument now stands in Riverfront Park in Brandenburg, Kentucky. City officials re-dedicated the monument and say it is an important part of Brandenburg’s rich Civil War history, WDRB  reports.

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Of course, liberals are not happy and they showed up at the dedication to protest. Don’t these scumbags have jobs?

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Yeah, they pulled out the good old race card we have all had shoved down our throats during the Obama years and bitched about the statue saying they “believe it is a symbol of racial inequality and a painful reminder of slavery.” Brandenburg city officials obviously see it differently and say it’s about honoring soldiers.

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“Those husbands, fathers, sons, brothers, uncles … that in the end you see, in the end, they would not be coming back,” said Dr. Tom Sabetta, Lt. Commander of the Kentucky Division of the Sons of the Confederacy.

“The whole monument itself, I feel, is part of our history,” said Brandenburg Mayor Ronnie Joyner.

“We all have our opinions about history, but I’ve never looked at this thing as representing slavery. You know, this is a confederates veterans monument, and that’s all it’s about is the veterans,” Joyner said.

Protester Rae Strobel disagrees. “We need to remember history but remember all of our history of what the confederacy stood for.  That the confederacy stood for racial injustice.”

Mayor Joyner hopes the arrival of the statue will be an economic shot in the arm for the city.

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Kudos to the good Mayor and the fine folks in Kentucky.

Check out the report from WDRB 41 Louisville News

WDRB 41 Louisville News

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