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War on History - Biden edition

Our de facto president "Beijing Joe" Biden has made his own mark in the far left's War on History by removing portrayals of great leaders from the Oval Office.  Biden removed a large painting of President Andrew Jackson, a populist Democrat and war hero, and a bust of Sir Winston Churchill, the greatest statesman of the 20th century.  The Churchill bust had been a gift of the British government, and had previously been removed by Obama, and then restored to its place by President Trump.  Now Biden has removed it again.
Jackson and Churchill have been targeted of the far left extremist militants of Antifa and BLM.  The far left had targeted a statue of Jackson outside the White House and a statue of Churchill in Westminster, London for attack.
Biden added a bust of Eleanor Roosevelt, the very left wing and pro-Soviet wife of President Franklin Roosevelt and of left wing labor union leader Cesar Chavez.


( January 21st, 2021 @ 2:45 pm )
Cesar Chavez was a huge opponent of illegal immigration, and urged his union members to turn in illegal aliens. This is the polar opposite of Biden regime policy. I wonder if his brain functions enough to comprehend that Cesar Chavez would have been a staunch opponent of Biden's immigration policies.
( January 21st, 2021 @ 12:15 pm )
The President Select is now the de facto president. The Sniff and Blow Administration is official.

Now that the new administration is hard at work erasing our history and replacing it with an alternate history maybe they might consider placing a portrait of their sugar daddy CCP Chairman Xi Jinping in the White House. But it's not just portraits and busts being replaced. For example, the 1776 Commission Page was scrubbed from the White House website just minutes after Biden took office.

When you think about it, in a way Joe Biden didn't entirely lie about ANTIFA being an idea. Of course it is much more than just an idea; it is an arm for action. He did lie about that. But as an idea, it is a conception in the minds of Biden, Harris and pretty much all of the present day Democrat Party.

The war on American history continues. The war on America continues.
( January 21st, 2021 @ 9:50 am )
Oh, for the days of President Eisenhower, when the portrait of Robert E. Lee was one of those of "four great Americans" the president admired that he hung in the Oval Office. As for Biden, he probably wanted Hugo Chavez but got confused and put up Cesar Chavez instead, and really wanted Joe Stalin but thought Stalin's cheerleader Eleanor Roosevelt was the closest he could get away with.

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