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THE TRUTH ABOUT CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL MONUMENTS, FROM SOMEONE WHO IS NOT A POLITICIAN

Mitch Landrieu is nothing but a pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liar.

Here is the truth about Confederate memorial monuments, from someone who is not a politician:

The Reconstruction was nothing of the sort.  It was a brutal occupation of the vanquished Confederate States of America, in which all citizens of the vanquished Confederate States of America—of all races and ethnicities—were denied their constitutional rights for twelve years.

From 1865 to 1877, Southern women were raped, Southern men were murdered, and Southern families were displaced—on a constant basis—by Union troops and Union League terrorists.

Over 50,000 Southern civilians, of all races and ethnicities, died of exposure and starvation during the Civil War, and the Reconstruction—the Union occupation which followed the Civil War.

Needless to say, one of the constitutional rights which the Southern American people were denied during the Reconstruction was their First-Amendment right to freedom of speech. 

Because the United States won the war, Union citizens were immediately able to build memorial monuments to their war dead—and had enough money to do so.

But the citizens of the vanquished Confederate States of America were prohibited from building memorial monuments to their war dead, for twelve years, because they were denied their First-Amendment right to freedom of speech for twelve years.

Citizens of the vanquished Confederate States of America were only able to build monuments to their war dead after the Reconstruction ended in 1877.

Yet even then, they had to raise the money to build them—and this took decades.

This is why the overwhelming majority of Confederate memorial monuments were built in the late Nineteenth century and early Twentieth century.

And they were not built to pretend that the South had actually won the war, or to intimidate Black Southerners—many Black Southerners attended the ceremonies at which these memorial monuments to the Confederate war dead were presented.  Because the Confederate war dead included many Black Confederate soldiers and sailors who had proudly served the Confederate States of America, of their own free will.

The monuments were not Confederate-era monuments—because they were built after the United States of America defeated the Confederate States of America, and after the brutal Union occupation of the vanquished Confederate States of America finally ended.

When Mitch Landrieu said he would replace the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis with an American flag—he knew very well that a flag of the Confederate States of America was just as much an American flag as a flag of the United States of America.

The posthumous extermination of the Confederate States of America is destructive to the United States of America—and Mitch Landrieu knows this.

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu did not call for the removal of four Confederate memorial monuments until June 24, 2015—the same day that Alabama Governor Robert Bentley censored all Confederate flags from Confederate memorial monuments on the grounds of the Alabama State Capitol, and the same day that Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward censored the First Confederate Flag from Pensacola’s historical flags displays.

And on June 22, 2015, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley called for the censorship of a Confederate battle flag from a Confederate memorial monument on the grounds of the South Carolina State Capitol—in a speech in which she blamed a mass murder committed in Charleston, South Carolina, on a historical American flag in Columbia, South Carolina.

The overwhelming majority of the state and local politicians who are censoring their constituents’ historical flags and monuments, without their constituents’ consent, are actually Republicans—following the lead of Republican Nikki Haley.

And Democrats like Mitch Landrieu are simply riding this Republican bandwagon for the same reason Republican Nikki Haley got the bandwagon rolling, in the first place—it gives them a shot at the House of Representatives, the Senate, and even the Presidency.

The dismantled Confederate memorial monuments in New Orleans must be restored, if possible.  And if this is not possible, they must be left in exactly the same state that Mitch Landrieu has left them, as a warning—to all people—of the politicians and their lies.

Scott Wesley Mayo

Pensacola, Florida, resident

Mobile, Alabama, native

Proud descendant of Confederate veterans and U.S. veterans alike

THINK CONFEDERATES WERE TRAITORS? THINK AGAIN.

“Like most Northerners, William T. Sherman profoundly misunderstood Southern ‘Unionism.’  Upon entering North Carolina he issued an order to Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick that the cavalry chief ‘deal as moderately, and fairly by North Carolinians as possible, and fan the flame of discord already subsisting between them and their proud  cousins of South Carolina.  There never was much love between them.’  Indeed, for decades North Carolinians had distrusted Palmetto State disunionism and initially viewed secession as unnecessary and unwise.  But everything changed on April 15, 1861, when Lincoln called for troops to invade the new Confederacy.  Unionism in North Carolina was not unconditional; her people would not countenance coercion.  ‘I can be no party to this wicked violation of the laws of the country and to this war upon the liberties of a free people,’ replied North Carolina’s governor, John Ellis.  ‘You can get no troops from North Carolina.’  Delegates, most former Unionists, met in convention and voted unanimously for secession.  During the course of the war at least 120,000 North Carolinians donned the Confederate uniform to fight for independence, and a third gave their lives in that cause.

“Sherman’s admonition to deal ‘moderately’ was generally ignored, and he must have quickly realized that these people were not about to embrace his Union.  ‘Poor North Carolina will have a hard time,’ the general wrote privately after a month in that state, ‘for we sweep the country like a swarm of locusts.  Thousands of people may perish, but they now realise that war means something else than vain glory and boasting.’

“Monroe and Wadesboro were among the first to ‘have a hard time’ at the hands of Kilpatrick’s troopers.  Episcopal bishop of North Carolina, Thomas Atkinson, was threatened with death if he did not give up his watch, horse, and possessions.  Another Anson County man was robbed of his watch and money, and the next band of Federals to arrive at his home demanded the very same items.  They killed him when he could not produce them.  At a nearby home Yankees chopped furniture to pieces with an axe and scattered feathers from pillows on a bedroom floor then poured on buckets of molasses and stirred thoroughly.  Ten wagons filled with unlucky refugees were overtaken and their possessions captured.

“Anson County resident Esther Alden grieved about the suffering of her neighbors as well as over what the Yankees did to the animals.  ‘It is like some horrid nightmare.  When I shut my eyes I see nothing but creatures and human beings in agony.  The poor suffering horses!  Some fortunately dead and out of their misery, others groaning in death pains, some with disabled limbs freely hobbling about to glean a blade of grass; the cows and oxen slaughtered and left to rot!  I counted eight beautiful calves lying dead in one pen; many times we saw two or three lying side by side!’

“Teenager Janie Smith was appalled by the Federals’ obsession with sparing no living thing, however insignificant.  She called them ‘fiends incarnate.’  At her home an old hen ‘played sick and thus saved her neck, but lost all her children,’ said Janie.  Chicks were chased by the soldiers, who ‘would run all over the yard to catch the little things to squeeze to death.’

“In Fayetteville the Yankees destroyed one thousand horses and mules they had no use for.  There were two killing grounds: one a field on the bank of the Cape Fear River, the other a corral in town.  It took hours to shoot them all.  Trying to run, some of the terrified animals plunged into the river.  Most were left where they fell, with no effort made by Federals to dispose of the carcasses as the troops abandoned the town.  ‘They were burned,’ wrote a witness, ‘and you may try to imagine the odor, if you can.’

“A dozen miles outside Fayetteville, at the home of Duncan Murchison, Kilpatrick’s cavalrymen charged into the bedroom of a small girl desperately sick with typhoid.  They were looking for items to steal but found nothing and were asked to leave.  ‘Go ahead boys,’ growled an officer.  ‘Do all the mischief you can.’  Seventy-year-old Mr. Murchison was dragged to the swamp and assaulted while vandals destroyed furniture, slashed family portraits, and poured molasses into the piano.  The little girl died while the troopers were still in her home.  Fortunately, Federal horses left a little uneaten corn on the ground, for that was all the family had to live on after the invaders moved on. 

“A woman who lived near Fayetteville told of Yankees murdering two citizens.  ‘They hung up three others and one lady, merely letting them down just in time to save life, in order to make them tell where their valuables were concealed; and they whipped—stripped and cowhided—several good and well known citizens for the same purpose.’  She went on to recount that soldiers killed ‘every living thing, even to our pet dog,’ before breaking tools and burning the fences.  After stealing or destroying all the food they could find, one Federal asked her sarcastically what she would live on.  ‘Upon patriotism,’ she replied.  ‘I will exist upon the love of my country as long as life will last, and then I will die as firm in that love as the everlasting hills.’  The interview concluded when he departed with ‘a fiendish chuckle.’

“Josephine Worth, a young girl at the time, remembered that ‘the sky was lurid with the flames from the burning homesteads, but it has passed into a proverb that Sherman’s route could be traced by solitary chimneys where happy homes once stood.’  At her uncle’s place, four miles from Fayetteville, they vandalized everything.  ‘Even the family Bible was not sacred,’ wrote Josephine.  ‘One of them opened it and spread it over a mule’s back and rode off on it for a saddle.’  At least a servant was able to find a small quantity of precious cornmeal at a friend’s home.  ‘My aunt made some bread from the meal and as she was cooking it before the fire, a scamp sitting by kept spitting over and around it.  ‘Please don’t spit on my bread,’ said my aunt.  With that, he spat directly into it—the bread intended to feed our hungry little children.’

“One Yankee told of torching turpentine mills in the Fayetteville vicinity, something ‘which certainly made the handsomest fires I ever saw, especially the smoke as it rolled up in great black volumes was splendid.  We blazed our way well through here.’  Homes went up in flames too.  Churches were used as barracks, vandalized, and desecrated.  In all cases, factories were slated for destruction.

“In Fayetteville, city fathers gathered with the mayor and town board to ask an audience, begging that the conqueror spare the cotton mills.  They pled their case, meeting with Sherman in the home he occupied as headquarters, and argued that the people needed the employment those mills provided.  It probably went unsaid—but understood by all—that the war was nearly over in any case.  Sherman let them finish before dismissing them with three sentences: ‘Gentlemen, Niggers and cotton caused this war, and I wish they were both in Hell.  On Thursday those mills will be blown up.  Good morning.’

“One witness described what happened in a single neighborhood.  ‘J.P. McLean was hung up by the neck three times and shot at once, to make him disclose hidden valuables.  W.T. Horne, Jesse Hawley, and Alexander McAuthor, were all hung up until nearly dead.  John Waddill was shot down and killed in his own house.’ 

“The home of Georgia Hicks was on the Goldsboro and Wilmington Road, near the village of Faison, from where she was able to learn much of the behavior of Union troops as they passed through.  A relative, Rachel Pearsal, ‘aged and ill, was thrown from her bed to the floor, so that they could look for valuables they thought hidden there.’  Georgia’s father, Dr. James H. Hicks, was asked by Federal soldiers to come and treat one who was sick.  ‘He was carried far away and when he was brought back later, he had the appearance of a man that had almost seen his death.  These ruffians hung him by the neck twice, in their endeavor to secure information as to hidden valuables.  They finally released their victim who refused to divulge his secrets.  He never recovered from this terrible shock.’ 

“‘They haven’t recognized their deliverers yet,’ observed Clara Maclean, referring to terrified black children cowering in silence as Yankee soldiers plundered the home.  An elderly lady there had the front of her dress ripped open in their search for hidden coins.  A watch and other items were grabbed from the pocket of another.  One of the troopers claimed that they had come after hidden ‘rebels.’  ‘And after watches,’ shot back Clara.  ‘Oh, well!’ he smiled.  ‘We must make the thing pay somehow.’

“Cornelia Spencer of Goldsboro recognized the approach of Sherman’s army, ‘heralded by columns of smoke which rose from burning farm-houses on the south side of the Neuse [River].  One of the first of General Sherman’s own acts, after his arrival, was of peculiar hardship.  One of the oldest and most venerable citizens of the place [Richard Washington], with a family of sixteen or eighteen children and grandchildren, most of them females, was ordered on a notice of a few hours, to vacate his house, for the convenience of the General himself, which of course was done.  The gentleman was nearly eighty years of age, and in very feeble health.’

“The devastation the Union army had wreaked upon North Carolina did not go unrecognized by the Federals who had overseen the destruction.  ‘I never before had an idea of how desolate our army leaves a country,’ remarked a Federal colonel, ‘and we thought we were letting North Carolina off easy.  It is terrible the wretched, suffering condition the people are in.’

“Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered his army on April 9.  The Confederate capital of Richmond had been abandoned six days earlier.  Gen. Joseph E. Johnston ordered his men to lay down their arms on April 26.  It was not until three days later that Sherman’s troops in North Carolina were required to cease their ‘pillaging and marauding’ of civilians.”

Walter Brian Cisco

Chapter 23: Sherman in North Carolina

WAR CRIMES AGAINST SOUTHERN CIVILIANS

2007

THE LANGUAGE OF LIARS

“RT@USUN: It’s a new day at the @UN!  We were proud that more countries were on the right side of history yesterday than weren’t, when it came to condemning Hamas and holding them responsible in Gaza.  Read more here: . . .”

“I needed to state clearly that the Confederacy was on the wrong side of history, that it was fought to destroy the country, and it was fought over the cause of slavery.”

Both Nikki Haley and Mitch Landrieu are pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and they both use the same language of liars.

History is biased because history is written by the victors—not the vanquished.

The history of Israel, in regards to Palestine, is full of lies because Israel has been the victor since 1948.

Nikki Haley does nothing but perpetuate the lies of Israel.

The history of the United States, in regards to the Confederate States, is full of lies because the United States has been the victor since 1865.

Mitch Landrieu does nothing but perpetuate the lies of the United States.

Both Nikki Haley and Mitch Landrieu are pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and they both use the same language of liars.

Whenever anyone uses language like “the right side of history,” or “the wrong side of history,” the most vigilant skepticism is necessary.

Because language like “the right side of history,” and “the wrong side of history,” is usually the language of those who perpetuate lie-filled propaganda.

It is usually the language of liars. 

AS THE BEST OF US ALWAYS HAVE

Ms. Schlossberg,

I came across your email address while searching for your brother Jack’s email address.

I am absolutely disgusted that your brother Jack is giving an award honoring the late John F. Kennedy to someone as undeserving as Mitch Landrieu.

Ms. Schlossberg, Mitch Landrieu is a pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liar.

And in my opinion, John F. Kennedy was not.

Ms. Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy was the first progressive Democratic president of the United States—and the last conservative Democratic president of the United States.

The Democratic Party has been completely overtaken by liberals—who misrepresent themselves as progressives—since November 22, 1963.

Ms. Schlossberg, I am even convinced that Lyndon B. Johnson was responsible for John F. Kennedy’s assassination—though I cannot prove that, of course.

What I can prove—and have proven as well as possible, on my blog, Solosocial—is that Democrat Mitch Landrieu is as much of a pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liar as Republican Nimrata Randhawa (“Nikki”) Haley is.

Ms. Schlossberg, I would truly appreciate it if your brother Jack would rescind his selection of Mitch Landrieu for the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.  With all due respect, your brother Jack is a 25-year-old man with a great deal to learn about the real world.

I realize this would be very unlikely, however.

But perhaps the next best thing would be if you seriously considered signing my two online petitions, whose links are provided below, and visited my blog, Solosocial, whose link is provided below.

Ms. Schlossberg, you young people are the future of our country and our world.

And we need you to question everything—as the best of us always have.

Yours sincerely,

Scott Mayo

Pensacola, Florida

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DISGUISING NONFICTION AS FICTION IS ALWAYS OKAY—DISGUISING FICTION AS NONFICTION IS NEVER OKAY

My fiction-writing instructor at the University of South Alabama, James P. White, taught us that the best fiction was nonfiction in disguise.

And there is never any moral or ethical problem with disguising nonfiction as fiction.

But what if a writer disguises fiction as nonfiction?

There is definitely a problem with that.

Many people may consider Michael Wolff’s Fire and Fury to be a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction.

It is not, in my opinion—though it may have some inaccuracies, as every book ever written arguably has.

And Michael Wolff makes it very clear, from the very beginning of his book, that much of his information is secondhand information.

Yet even if you believe that Michael Wolff’s book is entirely a work of fiction—you should be aware that there are many other such books.

And some works that are considered among the greatest ever written are simply works of fiction disguised as nonfiction—in fact, propaganda pieces full of lies.

Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address is one of these—and even moreso is Mitch Landrieu’s now famous speech he claimed to give for the people of New Orleans, though the people of New Orleans were not even allowed into the building to hear that speech.

Yet one book that has been reasonably proven to be a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction is The Diary of a Young Girl—attributed to Anne Frank.

If you want a less controversial, more proven example of a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction, there’s Night, by Elie Wiesel.

Even Elie Wiesel himself went back and forth on the fiction or nonfiction of this masterful work of Zionist propaganda—and was condemned for it, face-to-face, by a Hasidic Rabbi.

It is no coincidence that Zionist Traitor Nimrata Randhawa Haley quotes Wiesel often, in saying that we should always choose a side.  That’s all she has ever done—and that’s all Elie Wiesel ever did.

Fair play seeks what is right—not who is right.

Fair play is synonymous with justice—justice seeks what is right, not who is right.

And truth seeks what is right—not who is right.

Works of fiction disguised as nonfiction have fueled some terrible atrocities.

Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address—a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction—fueled an atrocity.

Otto Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl—a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction—fueled an atrocity that is ongoing.

Elie Wiesel’s Night—a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction—fueled an atrocity that is ongoing.

Nimrata Randhawa Haley’s June 22, 2015, speech—a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction—fueled an atrocity that is ongoing.

And Mitch Landrieu’s celebrated speech—a work of fiction disguised as nonfiction—fueled an atrocity that is ongoing.

It is never a problem to disguise nonfiction as fiction.

But it is always a problem to disguise fiction as nonfiction.

As a writer, you have as much of a moral and ethical responsibility as any other kind of artist.

Always remember this.

GET YOUR HEADS OUT OF YOUR APPS—AND TAKE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR COUNTRY

Worst Mayor Ever Mitch Landrieu is retired, in disgrace—for the moment.

Yet Worst Mayor Ever Ashton Hayward is still in office—and Worst Mayor Ever Grover C. Robinson IV will soon be in office, if Pensacolians don’t get their heads out of their apps, and vote wisely.

And Worst Governor Ever Nimrata Randhawa Haley is U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations because “she is one of the savviest, most cunning and cutthroat political operators we’ve ever seen,” and because she is “as ambitious as Lucifer,” and as evil as Satan.

Get your heads out of your apps—and take personal responsibility for your country.

CONDESCENDING POLITICIANS

READER FEEDBACK FOR WALTER ISAACSON

Mr. Isaacson:

According to Wikipedia, your Aspen Institute is nonpartisan—that cannot possibly be true, can it?

I do not think you really believe that Mitch Landrieu will leave his constituency in better shape when he leaves office than when he took office.

Mr. Isaacson, that was not even true of Presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, or Barack Obama—and it will very unlikely be true of President Donald Trump.

No, you are like Wynton Marsalis—just another wannabe politician who feeds off a piece of political trash, as a remora feeds off a shark.

Why don’t you develop a conscience, Mr. Isaacson—before it is too late for you?

Scott Wesley Mayo

Proud descendant of Confederate veterans and U.S. veterans alike

STOP PANDERING TO MITCH LANDRIEU—AND SIGN THIS PETITION IF YOU WANT TO AVERT A DISASTER

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the only Republican or Democratic presidential candidates in 2016 who were not suitable to be President of the United States—at all.

I have been an independent American voter since 2003.  Did you know that independent and third party voters are prohibited by law from voting in any Democratic or Republican primary elections in most U.S. states—because most U.S. states are closed primary states?  Did you know that if we independent and third party voters would not have been prohibited by law from voting in the Democratic or Republican primaries in most U.S. states in 2016, we could have prevented Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton from being elected President of the United States?  Did you know that if you would have voted for Bernie Sanders, instead of Hillary Clinton, in the 2016 Democratic primaries, you could have prevented Donald Trump from being elected President of the United States—and that you are more responsible for Donald Trump’s presidency than those who voted for him in the 2016 Republican primaries?

Though I first registered with the Republican Party, I voted for Ross Perot in 1992, at age 26—my first presidential vote was very late, but I have never regretted my choice.  And I have always regretted that not enough of my fellow American voters chose to vote for Ross Perot, rather than Bill Clinton or George H.W. Bush—because they thought an independent candidate couldn’t win.  (Of course he couldn’t win if you didn’t vote for him!)

There were no independent presidential candidates on the ballot, at all, in 2012—only third party candidates.  So I voted for Barack Obama—because I truly believed he was the lesser of two evils, and that I truly had to choose the lesser of two evils, in the first place.  And I have regretted that decision, ever since election night that year, when Barack Obama blindsided us with his LGBTQ rainbow bouquet.

And there were no independent presidential candidates on the ballot in 2016 either—only third party candidates.  And the only one of those parties whose platforms I completely dug was, ironically, the Reform Party—the party founded by Ross Perot supporters in 1995.  Yet the views of the presidential candidate for the Reform Party were in complete opposition to the views of the party he was supposed to represent.

So I cast a write-in vote for myself, Scott W. Mayo, as an independent presidential candidate in 2016—because that was the only way I could vote my conscience.

What are you going to do in 2020?

In 2020, you are likely to be faced with a choice between Mitch Landrieu and Donald Trump—or Mitch Landrieu and Nimrata Randhawa Haley.

And if you are fortunate enough to be stuck with Donald Trump for another four years—a far lesser evil than Mitch Landrieu—what are you going to do in 2024, when you are faced with a choice between any Democrat and Nimrata Randhawa Haley?

You can prevent this nightmare scenario by first ceasing and desisting your pandering to Mitch Landrieu and Nimrata Randhawa Haley.

They are both pandering, self-serving, sociopathic liars—and if you pander to either of them, you are setting your country and yourself up for a nightmare scenario far worse than the nightmare scenario in which your country and yourself are currently existing.

Stop pandering to Mitch Landrieu—and sign this petition if you want to avert a disaster:

https://www.change.org/p/president-trump-remove-the-dishonorable-nikki-r-haley-from-your-cabinet-immediately-so-you-can-immediately-restore-some-honor-to-your-cabinet

YOU SHOULD BE TIRED OF IT TOO

ON JUNE 17, 2015, DYLANN ROOF MURDERED NINE PEOPLE AT MOTHER EMANUEL A.M.E. CHURCH IN CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

“I know you’re a strong supporter of the Second Amendment–is there anything about this situation that makes you think, ‘Okay, should we rethink–is it time for some kind of change?'”
“ANY TIME THERE IS A TRAUMATIC SITUATION, PEOPLE WANT SOMETHING TO BLAME–THEY ALWAYS WANT SOMETHING TO GO AFTER…”

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

“THE HATE-FILLED MURDERER WHO MASSACRED OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHARLESTON [SOUTH CAROLINA] HAS A SICK AND TWISTED VIEW OF [THE CONFEDERATE FLAG THAT FLIES ON THE STATEHOUSE GROUNDS IN COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA]”
“TODAY WE ARE HERE…TO SAY IT’S TIME TO MOVE THE FLAG…”

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

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“I UNDERSTAND THE [FIRST CONFEDERATE] FLAGS ARE DOWN, BUT I WANT TO MAKE IT PERMANENT. I DON’T WANT ANY CHANCE OF THOSE FLAGS GOING BACK UP.”

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

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State workers take down a Confederate national flag on the grounds of the state Capitol, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, in Montgomery. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley orders Confederate flags taken down from state Capitol. (AP Photo/Martin Swant)

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

State workers take down a Confederate national flag on the grounds of the state Capitol, Wednesday, June 24, 2015, in Montgomery, Ala. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley ordered Confederate flags taken down from a monument at the state Capitol. (AP Photo/Martin Swant)

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

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The statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee is escorted after removal from its platform in Dallas, Texas, U.S., September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rex Curry

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

Workers remove the statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Dallas, Texas, U.S., September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rex Curry

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING PUNISHED FOR HIS CRIME.

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YOU SHOULD BE TIRED OF IT TOO.


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