Black Lives Matter Covers UVA Statue of Thomas Jefferson, Issues Demands

The Negroid race is eternally aggrieved. There will always be a new cause, a new protest, a new mob, a new riot. The only question is when, if ever, will whites say NO to them.

National news is reporting the statue was covered, but local news also reports that it was vandalized. I smell a cover up by the national news.

WJLA

Charlottesville, Va. (ABC7) — Exactly one month after white supremacist and counter demonstrators clashed in the streets of Charlottesville, resulting in the death of a young woman, a different group is now targeting a Thomas Jefferson statue.

This is happened on campus at the University of Virginia and it all started at about 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night.

Dozens of Black Lives Matter protesters defaced and covered the statue of one of the country’s Founding Fathers, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence and third President. He also founded the University of Virginia.

However, Jefferson is also known for being a slave owner.

The demonstrators posted a sign that read “TJ is a racist and rapist.” They marched and chanted “no Trump, no KKK, no racist UVA.”

Back on August 15, President Trump referring to all the Confederate statues coming down, posed the question to reporters if statues of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson would be next.

The statue has since been uncovered, though officials are not sure who is responsible.

This group also read demands calling on the school and the town to condemn future KKK and white supremacist rallies. There has been no comment from the school yet this morning.

Since I put this post together early this morning, the university’s woman president has issued a weak, despicable response.

New York Post

“I strongly disagree with the protestors’ decision to cover the Jefferson statue,” the university’s president, Teresa Sullivan, said in a statement to students. “I also recognize the rights of those present at the protest to express their emotions and opinions regarding the recent horrific events that occurred on our Grounds and in Charlottesville. Our community continues to heal, and we must remain respectful of one another if substantive progress can be made on addressing the many challenges and opportunities that we all face.”

Sullivan’s statement also addressed Jefferson’s contradictory past, noting his “many contributions to the progress of the early American Republic,” including championing religious freedom and authoring the Declaration of Independence.

“In apparent contradiction to his persuasive arguments for liberty and human rights, however, he was also a slave owner,” Sullivan’s statement continued. “The University has acknowledged its controversial history and we continue to learn from it through open dialogue and civil discourse.”

That’s truly pathetic and weasel like.

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