Hateful Media Attacks After Trump Tweets It’s Sad to See “Our Great Country Ripped Apart”


Honor all our dead Americans, because one day soon, it will be you.

President Trump gave the leftist media something else to gnash their teeth on Thursday. It’s also another reason for the GOP to shrink from his leadership. What did he say? The truth! Was it wise? Probably not.

He tweeted this morning, decrying the loss of history and culture that is tearing our country apart. He bemoaned the loss of the beautiful statues of Lee, Jackson, and asked what’s next, Washington? Jefferson?

Of course they are next.

Most people can distinguish the historical differences between the Founding Fathers and the Confederacy but those hardly matter to the left. As we pointed out in several articles this week, the left has every intention of going after the Founding Fathers and already have.

The Antifa and Black Lives Matter movements are socialist and communist though many caught up in them are not. They are the useful idiots.

The goal as we’ve shown is to eliminate renowned historical figures who are white because all whites are white supremacists in the hard-left’s views. They also want to wipe away our Constitution and our Bill of Rights. They don’t like free speech or the Second Amendment and they think the Constitution is an old, warn piece of paper.

Trump’s timing might be very unwise. He doesn’t have the politicians or the media on his side but he has guts.

If we thought the black-white hate would stop by tearing down hundreds of statues, we would support the idea, but it won’t. If locales want to do it, that’s their affair, but they are beautiful statues and they tell a story. They could be a teaching moment. We don’t need another Civil War but it could happen thanks to the identity politics of the left.

For me personally, seeing Confederate statues always saddened me. The tremendous, pointless loss of young lives. The Confederacy lost because of Whites so the entire attack on Whites needs to be reconsidered. Seeing their monuments reminds me of the poem, Ozymandias. Leave the beautiful statues up. It is all that remains of a tortured war where Americans fought Americans. As the poem says:

I met a traveller from an antique land,
Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. . . . Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed;
And on the pedestal, these words appear:
My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings;
Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!
Nothing beside remains….and it continues


The press is driving all of this hate. They won’t report honestly and allow the debate from both sides.


The New York Times wrote a slanted piece about Trump’s tweets, tying him unfairly to violent, hateful extremists on the right:

Under fire for defending racist activist groups, President Trump said on Twitter on Thursday that he was “sad” to see United States’ history torn apart by the removal of “our beautiful statues and monuments,” echoing a popular refrain of white supremacist groups that oppose the removal of Confederate monuments…The Twitter posts were the latest in his escalating remarks that critics contend validates white supremacist groups who led a bloody rally over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va. The proposed removal of a statute of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a public park in Charlottesville spurred the demonstrations.

The NY Times must have missed the part about it being sad to see “our great country ripped apart.” What’s wrong with saying the statues are beautiful? They are.


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