POTUS Trump was right: Leftists now beginning to erase our founders’ history after Charlottesville council votes to sack Thomas Jefferson holiday

thenationalsentinel.com | 7/2/2019 | Staff
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(NationalSentinel) A year ago, according to James S. Robbins, a Pentagon official during George W. Bush’s administration and author of the book “Erasing America,” quoted POTUS Donald Trump opining that the American Left would never be satisfied with simply pulling down Confederate monuments.

No, the president said in 2017, Leftists would eventually adopt overt efforts to actually memory hole our founders, our traditions and our culture.

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“Is it George Washington next week” he said, “and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?”

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Noted Robbins: “Liberal historians tut-tutted at the president for even suggesting such an absurdity.”

Well, it turns out that our president, once again, was exactly right.

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Despite all of the contributions to and sacrifices for our country made by Thomas Jefferson, the city of Charlottesville, Va., and Americans in general — including the drafting of the Declaration of Independent, founding one of the world’s foremost academic institutions, the University of Virginia, and eventually becoming secretary of state, vice president and president, the city government voted Monday to unrecognize his birthday as a holiday.

According to NBC 29, “councilors voted late Monday, July 1, to remove April 13 from the city’s holiday schedule.” So that government officials can still have a paid day off, however,, the city has added March 3 as “Liberation and Freedom Day” to “commemorate the day U.S. troops officially emancipated enslaved people in Charlottesville following the end of the Civil War.”

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Supporters of the decision like Ben Doherty say that the decision “will be a big step towards more accurately presenting the history of Charlottesville and recognizing the importance and value of the lives of the black residents who...
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