Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Francis Scott Key memorial vandalized in Baltimore: ‘Racist anthem’



These acts of vandalism against historical statues will result in dire consequences for Democrats in the 2018 and 2020 elections. 
The Dems won't see it coming but The People will register their dissatisfaction at the ballot box.  Keep it up!  
Washington Times reports a statue memorializing Francis Scott Key, the writer of “The Star Spangled Banner,” was found vandalized Wednesday morning in Baltimore.
The words, “Racist anthem,” and lyrics from the national anthem were spray painted on the base of the large, Bolton Hill statue and the ground surrounding it.
“No refuge could save hireling or slave, From terror of flight or gloom of grave,” the graffiti read, The Baltimore Sun reported.
The statue, which was restored and rededicated in 1999, depicts Key in a row boat holding a manuscript of his poem up to the gilded Columbia, which stands at the top of the statue, waving a flag.
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