Charlottesville Removes Robert E. Lee, Lewis & Clark and Sacagawea Statues 1

Charlottesville Removes Robert E. Lee, Lewis & Clark and Sacagawea Statues

 

The Confederate Robert E. Lee, Lewis & Clark and Sacagawea statues have been removed in Charlottesville, Virginia.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Charlottesville Removes Robert E. Lee, Lewis & Clark and Sacagawea Statues

48 comments

  1. Sacajawea was a Lemhi Shoshone woman who, at age 16, helped the Lewis and Clark Expedition in achieving their chartered mission objectives by exploring the Louisiana Territory. Sacagawea traveled with the expedition thousands of miles from North Dakota to the Pacific Ocean, helping to establish cultural contacts with Native American populations and contributing to the expedition’s knowledge of natural history in different regions.

    1. @nukem bear have you considered doing something to relieve the stress you are suffering under?

    2. @Stephanie Robertson Brown listen, these people are saying “your erasing history!” When a statue is removed.

      I don’t think they even know the definition of the word ‘research’

    3. @DodoBirdie I haven’t had a chance to actually see the photo of the statue. Thank you for answering.

    4. @PettankoEnthusiast indeed, and there are struggles everywhere. We have many problems here in VA and obesity is one of the biggest (pun)

    1. @Lee Morton first man to legally own a slave in Virginia was black, before that it was the natives

    2. @John Smith Yo, they had to bust out that Google Pixel, and use that wide angle selfie lens to catch that one.

    3. WTF!!?? What about State Rights and Southern Culture!!?? These Antifa Libs are trying to Cancel our History!!

  2. Well, I guess I had a brief glance of Traveller travelling; that’s something you don’t see everyday.

    But what about Madame Charbonneau? What did _she_ do wrong?

    1. @thesun collective147 Sweetie, if I have to explain it, you’ll never understand. Stay classy.

  3. Why are they removing Lewis and Clark and Sacagawea? I’m confused. It’s hard to keep up with the social justice mob.

    1. I think there throwing a bone to right wingers mad about Confederate participation trophies being removed

  4. “Thanks for removing the statues, i don’t feel so offended, now let us heal together” or………………”this is only the tip of the iceburg” , which statement lends credence to her original claim that she was sooooo offended?????

  5. The fashion in which the “NATIVE AMERICAN” ladies are positioned is most “INAPPROPRIATE” and “UNBECOMING.”

  6. “All of sudden, the Lewis & Clark and … statue are being removed.” WHAT WAS THAT OTHER STATUE?

  7. Remember when reporters could actually speak well? Listen to this dude—he can barely pronounce the words in front of him. I’m sure he was the most qualified person for this job. I mean, what other reason would there be for his hiring?

    1. Very similar to what they did in Maos China. They killed the doctors and replaced them with uneducated revolutionaries.

  8. Individuals live in their times and cultures. They are wuse words like “Systemic” and “Empowerment

  9. Hopefully other cities will follow suit especially those whose population is predominantly Black. If a town consisted mostly of Jews would they tolerate a huge statue of Hitler on the courthouse lawn?

  10. Yes, remove the Freddy Krueger nightmare of the “CIVIL WAR” era so “HEALING” and “GOOD” can evolve.

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