Former President Donald Trump has issued angry remarks praising Robert E. Lee’s “expertise” in Richmond, Virginia after removing a statue of a Confederate leader.
“Robert E. Lee sees him as the Supreme Leader as the greatest expert of all,” Trump said in a statement released by Save America PAC. He insisted that Lee join the “other side,” of the slave class, “because of his deep love for Virginia” and said that he would have led the South to victory in the Civil War had it not been for the great loss of the Battle of Gettysburg, PA
Trump ended his speech by saying this that “our culture is being destroyed and our history and heritage, good and bad, are being erased by the Mighty Left.” In an interview with President Joe Biden, he said that if Lee was in charge of leaving Afghanistan, “the tragedy would have ended with a complete victory many years ago.”
Residents of Richmond, Virginia cheerfully The image was taken yesterday.
The picture had been controversial for some time.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam ordered his removal in June 2020, when the country called for a genocide following the assassination of George Floyd at the hands of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
However, the ordinance was delayed after protesters faced legal challenges to the existence of the monument. The Supreme Court eventually agreed with the Virginia government.
Alan is a New York writer, editor, and newspaper correspondent.