Will These Monuments Go The Way of Confederate statues?

The big question that many people are asking is where will the purging of monuments end? Brian Kilmeade, a host on FOX and Friends was interviewing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Monday, and the question came up. Mr. Zinke’s response was interesting but not definitive. What we need to be worrying about is preserving our national history and not rewriting it. There are already attacks on Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. It will not be long before that statues and monuments to anyone who existed before slavery was abolished will be removed. it will not stop there. World War I and II monuments will go as well as anything to do with Vietnam and 911. That is the fascist’s way. Remove all traces of what a nation stands for so you can remake it in a socialist fashion. 


As Written by Sarah Taylor for The Blaze:

“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade on Monday compared 9/11 memorials to Confederate statues and wondered if those remembrances of the attack on the U.S., too, would eventually be dismantled.

Kilmeade interviewed Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke on Monday, which marked the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 American citizens.

Kilmeade’s concerns

During his discussion with Zinke, Kilmeade wondered if, one day, the memorial to the victims of United Airlines Flight 93 — a passenger plane forcibly flown into the ground by Americans after terrorists attempted to hijack the flight and presumably crash it into the White House — would be removed.

The Flight 93 National Monument was erected in dedication to those passengers who were responsible for crashing the plane in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.

“Do you worry 100 years from now someone’s going to try to take that memorial down like they’re trying to ……


‘Fox & Friends’ host wonders if 9/11 monuments will eventually go the way of Confederate statues – TheBlaze

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