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RussianThunder November 12th, 2017 5:21pm

Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Andrew Jackson are vilified because they owned slaves during another time in history when slavery is legal. Their statues are removed. DC wants to put up a statue of crack smoking racist Marion Barry. Is this ok?

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theNobamist Silicon Valley
11/13/17 1:38 am

This is the message of America the Left wants to show the world.

Now you know who they are.

bringstheeagle Colorado
11/12/17 8:39 pm

😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 good one.

bringstheeagle Colorado
11/12/17 8:39 pm

I’m getting popcorn so I can watch.

11/12/17 4:56 pm

Liberals are destroying this country. This bullshit has to end!

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
11/12/17 4:30 pm

George wanted to free his slaves, however, it was against the law. Upon his death they were freed.

abusara i drink and i know things
11/12/17 4:09 pm

Do I live in DC? Nope. Do I think Barry deserves a statue? Nope. Will I get butt hurt if DC puts up a statue of Barry? Nope.

zimmy Florida
11/12/17 3:39 pm

I haven’t heard anywhere that statues of George Washington are being removed? As for Marion Barry, the man is a disgrace and should not have a statue!

think4yourself Not a safe space
11/12/17 6:50 pm

Recently there was a plaque honoring Washington removed at the church he used to attend because it made some “feel unsafe”.

theNobamist Silicon Valley
11/13/17 1:37 am

What if having the plaque removed made you feel unsafe?

lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/12/17 2:07 pm

I don’t want historical monuments replaced, or the founding fathers vilified. Trying to discredit them seems like a step toward discrediting the Constitution.

jfish82285 Tennessean in Colorado
11/12/17 2:00 pm

I disagree with your initial premise. Washington released *his* salves upon his death and Jefferson ended the American participation in the international slave trade. Jackson has a host of issues that easily put him in the top ten worst presidents in history.

Luftwaffe South of Heaven
11/12/17 3:58 pm

I think you mean the best president, as Andrew Jackson was our best president.

gluxford1 Arizona
11/12/17 11:37 am

Absolutely not!

Senate101 San Diego
11/12/17 11:11 am

Ah, Marion Berry.
Mayor from 1979-1991.
Caught and served time for crack.
Ran for mayor again.
WON! Again mayor from 1995-1999.

Say what you will, he must have been one heck of a campaigner 😂.

think4yourself Not a safe space
11/12/17 12:48 pm

Look at his voters. DC is one of the most corrupt and crime ridden places in the US. They got what they deserved.

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
11/12/17 10:42 am

Thomas Jefferson was 14 in 1757 when his father died, Mr. Jefferson was informed of his inheritance, in 1764, Thomas Jefferson received that inheritance at age 21.....what would anyone do?.....

phalnx Ohio
11/12/17 11:18 am

Pork one of his slaves and have illegitimate love children with her. Yup, that's exactly what anyone would do :P

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
11/12/17 11:58 am

Finally, there is the account of a contemporary eye-witness, Jefferson’s plantation overseer, Edmund Bacon. Bacon probably knew better than anyone what went on at Monticello. In an account of his years as Jefferson’s overseer he briefly mentioned the paternity allegations but denied them. He wrote that instead of Jefferson he saw — and here the name is rubbed out of the original manuscript — someone else leaving Sally’s quarters “many a morning” when Bacon “went up to Monticello very early.” His account is difficult to dismiss.

The likely suspect

Who, then, fathered Eston? Like many careful scholars, Mr. Hyland has a prime suspect: the president’s younger brother, Randolph......

TheMadScientist the mad laboratory
11/12/17 12:47 pm

What a place for the ... error. Cliffhanger!!

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
11/12/17 1:57 pm

Then who could have passed the Jefferson gene?....

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
11/12/17 2:57 pm

There are several Cousins.....Randolph had 4 sons of his own....?.....