The liberal anti-southern heritage city council of Charlottesville, Virginia, voted to tear down two monuments erected almost 100 years ago to honor Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and to erase all memories of the town’s Confederate heritage. After lawsuits were filed to stop it, the city is looking to sell the statues to the highest bidder. They have also made plans to redesign Lee Park to eliminate General Robert E. Lee’s name
Apparently, local officials were too stupid to realize that according to state law, it is illegal to tear down memorials to war veterans.
Lets hope that the statues find a good, permanent home.