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High School Mulls REMOVING George Washington Statue for ‘Traumatizing’ Students [Details]

Imagine that. The father of our country is now under attack.

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Whitewashing history.

It’s one of the many things Democrats are good at, along with committing election fraud and doing their best to ensure America fails.

Now, one high school is considering removing decades-old statues of George Washington because they are “traumatizing” to students.

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The high school is named George Washington High School. No joke.

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From College Fix:

A Northern California public school district may remove a mural of George Washington from the halls of George Washington High School due to concerns that it’s offensive and demeaning to Native Americans and African-Americans.

The controversy comes after a working group determined the mural, made up of several panels, “traumatizes students and community members.” But advocates for keeping the 83-year-old mural say that removing it ignores the intent of the artist and represents an attempt to erase history.

In 1936, Victor Arnautoff painted the 13 panels that make up the “Life of Washington” mural at the San Francisco Unified School District campus. Arnautoff was a prominent Russian-American painter who created the murals as part of a Works Progress Administration project undertaken during the New Deal.

Imagine that. The father of our country is now under attack.

Is this what the Founders fought for? Could they have seen this coming?

Wild times, man.

After spending decades in a private collection, a resurfaced letter written by America’s first president praises God for the ratification of the United States Constitution.

It is over 230 years old, dating back to 1788.

The price tag?

A cool $140,000.

From Fox News:

The letter to Richard Peters, speaker of the Pennsylvania House, is signed Sept. 7, 1788, and praises God for the ratification of the U.S. Constitution.

Written a week after Washington told Alexander Hamilton that he would likely accept calls to assume the presidency, the letter came at a time when the Constitution was under attack. Some states wanted to hold a second Convention that may have undermined the Constitution.

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