Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Ryan Zinke: Activists Shouldn’t ‘Rewrite History’ by Removing Confederate Monuments

SHARPSBURG, Maryland – U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told Breitbart News that “history is important” and it should not be rewritten when asked about those attempting to destroy orremove Confederate monuments while touring Antietam National Battlefield on Wednesday in western Maryland.

Zinke explained the significance of history, gesturing to the area around him, “As an example, what did the battle of Antietam bring us? One is that it was the deadliest battle in the history of our country. But also, one could argue successfully, it also brought the Emancipation Proclamation.”

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Anonymous said...

Communist agitators like James Yadayada should be run out of the county.

Anonymous said...

But what did the National Enquirer say?

Anonymous said...

JT you really should post this!

Rally To Preserve Our Historical Civil War Plaques And Monuments
Public · Hosted by Char Selby
Friday July 8

Tomorrow at 1 PM - 5 PM
Wicomico County Circuit Court
101 N Division St, Salisbury, Maryland 21801

We will be peaceably assembling to exercise our First Amendment Right to protest against a petition brought forth to our city council by James Yamakawa with SURJ, a radical progressive left wing sub group of Black Lives Matter, who started a petition to remove a Confederate Civil War plaque in Salisbury, MD.. simply because it is " located close to a courthouse where slaves were treated unjust and the plaque represents White supremacy." This group is race baiting and spreading false information in order to further their leftist agendas and division in our community. We will be standing in solidarity as we let our voices and our over 540+ counter petition votes to be seen and heard by our media and city government officals in this matter. We the People can not continue to sit idly by while a handful of people wish to alter and remove our history, simply because they deem it to be offensive. We condemn all racism, in any form. Our Historical markers should stand and not moved or removed, as they are historically accurate and do not promote white supremacy in any shape or form. It is our right as Americans, to discuss and to interpret our American history and to preserve it for future generations. We implore our council members and our county executive and delegates to help us in this fight to preserve our freedoms from such attacks here in Salisbury and in Maryland. Please being your American flags and signs and join us in front of the old courthouse Saturday, July 8th at 1:00 pm as we stand for freedom... we need as many people as possible to show. If you love our country, but are tired of watching as it is being slowly eroded away by liberal aggression, now is the time to stand. We need you. Join us! Please SHARE this and don't forget to sign our counter protest pertaining to this matter here