Saturday, July 25, 2020

Virginia Taliban Removes Confederate Memorials and Artifacts from Old House Chamber Museum Under Cover of Darkness

 She should be ashamed of herself to put it mildly.
It was the last time Godly men of honor and valor had the courage to stand against evil tyranny...and THAT scares them to death.

Under cover of darkness, and against the wishes of the majority of Virginia's citizens, House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn, D-Fairfax, cordered the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from the state Capitol Thursday along with busts and artifacts representing eight men who served in the Confederacy. The statuary removed Thursday night was located in the Old House Chamber, a room where delegates met before the building was expanded, which is now used as a museum and for historical tours, ironically, exactly where these leftists typically say our Confederate memorials belong. 


  1. What a waste. I guess they figure 'out of site, out of mind'.
    Or don't hurt the pickaninny's feelings which there is a lack.
    Sneakingly done. Woe is me, I will not be undone.

  2. For now just bank it and wait, cousins. Your time will surely come.

  3. In a statement, Minority Leader Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah, criticized the statue’s removal:

    “The Speaker’s statement reaffirming her commitment to telling the whole history of the Commonwealth is perplexing, given the fact that that the Lee statute in the old House chamber literally marks the spot where Lee accepted his general’s commission, setting off some of the most historic and tragic events in our nation’s history. Unlike the Lee monument on Monument Avenue, this statue is a historical marker. Another historical reality is that the Capitol building itself served as the Confederate Capitol, a fact that should no doubt force the Speaker’s new Advisory Group to recommend that it be razed to the ground.”
    Speaker being Filler-Corn, some communist.
    I know there is a law which forbids Lee's and the others
    removal but they make the law disappear. A matter of convenience.

  4. My heart aches. General Lee is my hero.