Dallas City Council members voted for and removed a vital piece of America’s history today
DALLAS, Tex. (INTELLIHUB) — The 14-foot tall statue of American Confederate soldier Robert E. Lee was removed from its pedestal on Friday after members of the City Council voted on September 6 to erase it from history.
Workers removed the statue on Friday under armed police escort as some onlookers and members of the press captured a glance.
ABC News reports: “The statue was lowered onto a flatbed trailer for transport to an abandoned naval air station owned by the city on its western outskirts. It’s expected to remain there until city officials decide the statue’s future.”
Ladies and gentlemen, this is how the communists erased history in the past and it is being done right here in America and few seem to care.
Will the Alt-Left succeed at erasing all Confederate monuments from American history?
Will the #AltLeft succeed at erasing all Confederate monuments from American history?
— Intellihub (@intellihubnews) September 15, 2017