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Video: Black Historians Call for rioters to leave Lincoln ‘Emancipation’ Statue alone. Explains it’s the meaning.

This week a group of agitators called for the Emancipation Proclamation Statue to be taken down. They claimed the statue was extremely offensive because it shows a slave chained to Abraham Lincoln and the slave is bowing down to him.

“I’m here to speak on behalf of the legacy of Charlotte Scott,” Marcia Cole, a member of the Female RE-Enactors of Distinction, told the news station.

“I understand there’s a big campaign trying to raise money to either take it down or mend it, and I say ‘no’ on behalf of Ms. Charlotte,” she said.

“People tend to think of that figure as being servile but on second look you will see something different, perhaps,” Cole noted. “That man is not kneeling on two knees with his head bowed. He is in the act of getting up. And his head is up, not bowed, because he’s looking forward to a future of freedom.”

FREED is a part of the African American Civil War Museum.

These agitators calling to bring statues down need to educate themselves on the history of the statues.

Why would you want our ancestors to miss out on the true meaning of this statue?

Ignorance, liberal media, and the Democratic party demonizing these statues and poisoning the minds of these young people.

Even Rep. Democrat Eleanor Holmes Norton has also said she wants the statue removed and will introduce legislation to do so. 

You can bet that Norton has never understood the true meaning of the statue either. The Democratic party needs to stop pandering. They need to be leaders and stop tearing down our history and destroying our constitution.

Source: Black Historians Call for Preservation of Lincoln ‘Emancipation’ Statue Funded by Freed Slaves

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