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|SPLC website screenshot, a map listing "Confederate monuments," including elementary and middle schools|
From the Southern Poverty Law Center's website (dated August 15, 2017):
More than 1,500 Confederate monuments stand in communities like Charlottesville with the potential to unleash more turmoil and bloodshed.The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is overtly calling for lawlessness, the destruction of public and private property, violence, and terrorism.
It's time to take them down.
Has the SPLC become a de facto organized crime ring?
Related reading...PJ Media offers this essay on the above: SPLC Warns of 'Turmoil and Bloodshed' With New Map Identifying Confederate Monuments, Cities, MIDDLE SCHOOLS, which states:
...[The] SPLC...warns of "more turmoil and bloodshed" unless the statues are removed.Read the entire essay HERE.
The group does not only list statues, either. Its Confederate map includes counties named after Confederate generals like Lee County, Fla., in the Fort Myers area. It also includes parks like Confederate Park in Demopolis, Ala. It lists cities like the city of Fort Bragg in California.
Most dangerous of all, the map lists dozens of schools, including: Jeff Davis Middle School in Hazlehurst, Ga.; Lee Elementary School in Tulsa, Okla.; Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Columbia, Mo.; J.E.B. Stuart Elementary School in Richmond, Va.; Robert E. Lee Elementary School in Petersburg, Va.; and Stonewall Jackson Elementary School in Bristol, Ga.
This listing of schools is utterly vile behavior, given the SPLC's track record of inspiring politically motivated violence.
On the good new front:
...Looks like the Charlottesville to DC march has fizzled. Down to 35 participants at the close yesterday. Police escorts, pep talks, and provisioning from liberal churches along the way can't seem to make it work....See The Charlottesville March to DC Lost Almost All of Its Marchers After One Day. My question: Why have they disbanded?