The Lost Cause: New article claims Confederate Heritage groups turned down Baltimore Mayor's offer for statues because of cost...
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Citing a Wall Street Journal article, a shocking new article by The Week claims that unnamed Confederate Heritage groups have turned down an offer by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to purchase the monuments the city plans to remove due to the cost. Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't these the same groups who are supposedly so concerned about these monuments? Why would they turn down an offer to purchase them, that is, unless saving the monuments isn't really their goal? Pathetic. All talk folks. All talk.
When will the Confederate Heritage movement stand up against the blatant racism that infests their movement?
When will Andrew Duncomb stand up for himself against the personal attacks from hate group members, who they continually allow to co-opt their supposed sacred "Confederate Heritage"? Y'all aren't fooling anyone. Just put the hoods back on.
Jason Kessler told podcast host Christopher Cantwell that Charlottesville Chief of Police Al Thomas has assured him that counter-protesters will not be allowed to occupy Emancipation Park on Saturday, regardless of whether Jason and the Alt-Right have a permit to hold their demonstration, or not. Listen here (Skip to 5:32):
Jason Kessler: "The Police have been cooperative with us. They understand the difference between us and Black Lives Matter."Christopher Cantwell: "And they don't have to worry about winning elections." Jason Kessler: "Yeah, well they still have the pressure from City Council, but I think that they have been trying to do their best to make sure that people's First Amendment rights are not infringed upon. Because, I mean, we're going to have our event, and the people who don't like us are going to have their area where they can protest us, and that's well within the bounds of the First Amendment, and that's the way it s…