Skip to comments.Charlottesville scraps Thomas Jefferson's birthday as a city holiday, recognizes emancipation
Posted on 07/03/2019 4:58:46 AM PDT by yesthatjallen
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A pox on all who preach the BS that ‘diversity is a strength’.
I pray to God that we will be able to save this once great and powerful nation.
It will take white men of courage and conviction to stand up. Are there many left?
I remember a woman doing our tour through the house and she was also very professional and as you described your guide, also a serious historian. Outside, as it was a gorgeous day, I did the garden tour with a lovely and knowledgeable woman. The one dealing with slavery was crammed with schoolkids, so it was good to do this other one with mainly adults, lol.
and instead will observe a day recognizing the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.
Who were held in Slavery and Bondage by the DEMOCRATS!!!
Charlottesville is named after King George IIIs queen. George, of course assigned licenses for slave traders in the British colonies.
That ought to twist them up a little, but it wont.
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