Why are [D]s attempting to remove their past ['as' confederates]?
Knowing the past helps to understand the present.
Welcome to the [D] party con.
SpeakerPelosi tweet: https://archive.vn/XwDFr
The statues which fill the halls of Congress should reflect our highest ideals as Americans. Today, I am once again calling for the removal from the U.S. Capitol of the 11 statues representing Confederate soldiers and officials. These statues pay homage to hate, not heritage.
9:32 PM · Jun 10, 2020
SENATE ART & HISTORY: Confederate General Becomes Secretary of the Senate?
August 7, 1893
William Ruffin Cox
In the several decades that followed the Civil War, the Democratic Party—long associated with the states of the former Confederacy—struggled to restore its standing as a national political organization. After the 1892 elections, many Democrats believed they had finally succeeded. In those contests, for the first time since the war, they captured the presidency and gained control of both houses of Congress. Symbolizing their return to national power, Senate Democrats replaced the incumbent secretary of the Senate—a former Union army general—with a former Confederate general.
sixthsealnews: tweet: (previously posted by Q) https://archive.vn/mfMRJ
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