Confederate History Erased in Virginia

Recently, the Fairfax County, Virginia school board voted 7-2 to change the name of J.E.B. Stuart High School in Falls Church, due to the fact that Stuart was a Confederate cavalry commander.

This move is only the latest in a string of attacks on Confederate heritage across the South and elsewhere, as the left continues its jihad to destroy everything associated with the Confederacy.

Around two hours to the southwest, another Virginia town is dealing with the shock waves caused by Cultural Marxism.

Charlottesville, Virginia's city council voted last February to remove two statues, of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee, from Lee Park in the city's center (which they also renamed this month.) This vote sparked months of protests from both sides of the political spectrum. Anti-white communist organizations such as Anti-Fascist Action (Antifa) rallied in favor of the removal, while the Alt-Right staged a massive illuminated procession to protest the vote in Lee Park last May.

Imagine if this was outside the Fairfax County School Board building!

Another pro-Confederate rally, Unite The Right, is scheduled for August 13, and will feature many of the same speakers who attended the May event  and the June Free Speech Rally in Washington, DC.

As expected, the Fairfax County School Board, which is overwhelmingly Democratic, caved to pressure from lobbying groups who colluded with prominent members including Board Chair Sandy Evans. The outcome of this battle was already predetermined.

However, the outcome of the war is not.

If you live in an area which is considering erasing Confederate history, please contact your representatives and demand a no vote. Also, support recall petitions, impeachment, and other methods of removing officials who do support this cultural vandalism. To quickly and easily find your state and local elected officials, use this tool.