Boston mayor okays purging Abe Lincoln’s statue

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Abraham Lincoln was a hero who was assassinated for his beliefs. He is the man who united the states and freed the slaves. He is a historical icon. Democrats want him gone.

Boston wants to purge him from the city.

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh (D) has come out in favor of removing a statue of Abraham Lincoln that has stood in the city for more than a century. However, he is opposed to renaming Faneuil Hall, which is named for a slave owner and is on the site of a slave market.

Anti-American activists, Democrats, are trying to have a statue of Abraham Lincoln removed from Park Square. After nearly 150 years, they find the depiction of an emancipated slave in the sculpture to be offensive.

The statue has stood there since 1879 and is a replica of an original statue built with funds contributed by freed slaves.

This is our history and Boston is the heart of another war – the war for freedom from the British.

Destroying our history in Boston is a very big win for these Democrats destroying our founding.

Will no one fight for the USA? Democrats still want slavery. Now they want all of us on the globalist plantation.

Democrats aren’t hurt by the depiction of the slave, as they claim. It was funded  by former slaves and they wanted the message out. The statue has an important message about how slaves were treated. Democrats  merely want to erase our history and rewrite it with their far-left ‘heroes.’

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11 COMMENTS

  1. THE DEMON-CRATS STAND FOR THE COMMUNIST PARTY….. EVERY COMMUNIST ORGANIZATION HAS DONE THE SAME THING IN EVERY COUNTRY ATTACKED BY THE COMMUNISTS.. GET RID OF THEIR HISTORY AND REWRITE IT…

    • Apparently the people of Boston don’t give a dam*. Where are the decent people? We are allowing terrorists to erase our heritage without even a whimper. Land of the free and home of the brave has been erased. Cancel the 4th of July permanrntly; we don’t deserve it.

  2. The Boston mayor will not have to worry about associating with Abraham Lincoln after the mayor dies, as Lincoln is in Heaven.

  3. We intended on seeing Boston this summer. We are history buffs so Boston was a place we always wanted to visit. No longer. I won’t go near the state!

  4. . I think Nazi flags and the Confederate flag could be allowed on private property and in Museums with full explanations of what they stood for. I respect every ones’ right display the flags at their own homes, but not in a way to hurt their neighbors. The Nazi flag in a museum should come with explanations of its horrors and suffering to millions of people and that is a history lesson in itself. Many Southern whites feel the Confederate flag represents their history. On the other side of that coin is the suffering it caused Black people both before and even after the civil war. Those who have not had the experience of being owned by another person cannot truly understand the indignities suffered by slaves such as the separation of married couples, children torn from their parents and even the forcing of Black women to be not only slaves, but sex slaves of their owners. I call that rape and I think it would meet the legal standard of that term. How awful and how sad to face sexual assault day after day and not be able to do a thing about it. A person should thing about their mother or sister enduring such torture. One cannot glamorize such conduct under the glory of the old South. I respect the desire of the Southern whites to feel inordinate nostalgia about their past, but no one can glamorize what Black people had to live with every day as a slave to another person. I am a white male. Upon graduating from a university, I enlisted in the Marines, declined an offer to apply for jet fighter pilot school and served in the ranks, eventually rising to infantry sergeant. I love America and have forever been a patriot. God bless America.

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