New $20 Bill Will Be One of Many Changes ‘to Tell a Set of’ Left-Wing ‘Stories’



There will be a new face on the $20 bill and it will tell a story of racism in America.

Andrew Jackson is considered too racist to appear on the $20 bill and the Treasury Department under the leadership of Obama minion Jack Lew will announce a replacement for him this week and it will likely be a black woman who represents the “struggle.” It will take until 2030 to get this done. The $10 bill will keep the popular Alexander Hamilton according to early leaks from the Treasury Department.

One day it could be these leftists.
One day it could be these leftists.

The $20 bill will depict a female representing the struggle for racial equality, according to a government source.

Harriet Tubman, the 19th century abolitionist and humanitarian, won an online vote by the group to replace Jackson. Other finalists included Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks and Wilma Mankiller.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is quoted by CNN Money as saying, “When we started this conversation not quite a year ago, it wasn’t clear to me that millions of Americans were going to weigh in with their ideas,” he told CNBC. “We’re not just talking about one bill. We’re talking about the $5, the $10, and the $20. We’re not just talking about one picture on one bill. We’re talking about using the front and the back of the bill to tell an exciting set of stories.”

The set of stories will be left-wing and supportive or our new cultural agenda no doubt.

The “Women on 20s” movement sees it as symbolicWe believe this simple, symbolic and long-overdue change could be an important stepping stone for other initiatives promoting gender equality.

Some of the women this group wants to put on the bill include Margaret Sanger, the Eugenicist and Founder of Planned Parenthood, and far-left wing nut Betty Frieden. The list includes mainly people of the left and some really absurd choices.

Alice Paul (1885 – 1977)
Betty Frieden (1921 – 2006)
Shirley Chisholm (1924 – 2005)
Sojourner Truth (C.1797 – 1883)
Rachel Carson (1907 – 1964)
Rosa Parks (1913 – 2005)
Barbara Jordan (1936 – 1996)
Margaret Sanger (1879 – 1966)
Patsy Mink (1927 – 2002)
Clara Barton(1821 – 1912)
Harriet Tubman (C.1822 – 1913)
Francis Perkins (1880 – 1965)
Susan B. Anthony (1820 – 1906)
Eleanor Roosevelt (1884 – 1962)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815 – 1902)

It would be terrific to have a woman, especially a black woman, on one of our bills but when the Secretary is telling us there will be more changes and they will tell a story, it becomes clearer that it is an obvious effort to continue the cultural Marxism in a significant way.

Obliterate our Founding Fathers and early presidents from dollar bills because like most people of the time they owned slaves and put some leftist agenda item on permanent display via a commonly used bill to “tell a set of stories.”

Jackson can be removed without too much resistance whereas Alexander Hamilton is still too popular.

Jackson, who was an authoritarian, is being properly vilified in advance of the announcement.

The Daily Beast described Jackson as “villainous” and linked to a February article that called him a “mass murderer.”

The New York Post said Old Hickory “may well have been our most racist president” and was a “vicious, power-mad kook.” However, he stood with the people against the Establishment and was the victor of the Battle of New Orleans.

He stood with the people against the financial rulers of the time and won the popular vote for president three times.

Jackson distrusted banking and, ironically, paper money, was a slave owner and he passed the Indian Removal Act of 1830. He was responsible for the horrific Trail of Tears. However, the Cherokees, who he removed from their lands, also kept slaves and were warlike, even with other Native-Americans.

On January 8, 1815, he defeated the British at the Battle of New Orleans and was lauded as a hero which he was.

He fought in the Revolutionary War and was the first president to have been a POW.

Jackson adopted two Native-American boys despite all the claims that he was a racist.

Not a fan of insiders, Jackson was the first president to truly rely on an informal group of advisers called the “Kitchen Cabinet” to set policy instead of his real cabinet. Many of these advisers were friends from Tennessee or newspaper editors.

Jackson isn’t popular but he’s not the devil either.

Margaret Sanger might not appear on the $20 but she’s coming.




  1. Time to invest in the company that makes “Sharpies” pens.
    A whole lotta folks are gonna be writing ****** indelibly on that bill….

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