Stone Mountain Monument Next On Target List For Far-Left Cultural Revolutionaries
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Now that the Fourth Of July weekend is over, the cultural revolutionaries in the media and shock troops have moved on from Mount Rushmore and are targeting another one of America's monuments.
Mount Rushmore was always more of a target of convenience to the mob and its media agitators because of President Trump's journey to South Dakota to celebrate the holiday and a tough sell to many that it was a monument to white supremacy.
That won't be the case with Georgia's Stone Mountain which features three Confederate figures in Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson and has been criticized as being a symbol of racism.
With the summer of hate really starting to heat up, the post-holiday week needs some more fodder to keep the anti-American, statue-toppling insurrectionists fueled with rage and determined to exact their terrible revenge upon history.
While it is acknowledged that the monument is to honor the Confederate side in the nation's first civil war and that the site was frequented by the KKK over a century ago, it is a part of America's history which despite its warts is still the history of the greatest force for freedom in the history of the planet.
Over the weekend, things got very ugly and dangerous in Dekalb Georgia where Stone Mountain is located when scores of heavily-armed black identity extremists marched on the park and confronted white visitors.
It is incomprehensible that something like this could take place in America:
Via Atlanta television station 11 Alive, "'I'm in your house' | Armed group condemns systemic and overt racism, marches to Stone Mountain":
A group of demonstrators marched into Stone Mountain Park on Saturday afternoon, according to park authorities.
The group, known as the Not F***ing Around Coalition (NFAC) was comprised of about 100 to 200 people, all dressed in black.
Shortly after 2 p.m., Bankhead said the group was allowed to come into the park and entered from the West Gate. They then headed toward the lawn area of the park, where the large Confederate carving of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on the north face of the mountain can be viewed.
The group then went to Memorial Hall during their time at the park.
In a video shared online, one member of the group also spoke about the reason they chose the location, describing the park to fellow members of the group as the "birthplace of the Ku Klux Klan" - referring to how it was restarted atop the mountain in 1915.
"I want the heart of the Ku Klux Klan to hear me no matter where the f*** you are," he said. "I'm in your house. Where you at? You made a threat. We don't threaten."
The authorities were nowhere to be found, just like in the lawless city of Atlanta where Democrat Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has surrendered the streets to violent thugs and where an 8-year-old girl was killed by one of them over the weekend.
There was little outrage over the death of Secoriea Turner just as there never is for the victims of black violence because it wouldn't serve the Democratic party's agenda of provoking racial animosity for electoral gain.
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams called for the removal of the three Confederate figures on Stone Mountain when she was a state legislator, a national media whipping up hysteria over the monument could crack open the door for the morbidly obese demagogue as Joe Biden's running mate.
It is unlikely that Stone Mountain will be destroyed due to a Republican in Brian Kemp being the governor of Georgia but it could be a target of domestic terrorists.