Monumental rage: Cities endure statue removal frenzy, as Bill Clinton & Lenin sculptures targeted

Monumental rage: Cities endure statue removal frenzy, as Bill Clinton & Lenin sculptures targeted, by RT. Clinton is out:

Bill Clinton may have nothing to do with the Confederacy or its support for slavery, but some have called to tear down his statue in South Dakota.

“I would like to personally use a sledgehammer on it, with the help of Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones,” Juanita Broaddrick, told the American Mirror. Broaddrick alleges that Clinton raped her in Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1978 when he was running for governor.

Paula Jones, who alleges Clinton sexually harassed her, backed up Broaddrick’s call, writing on Facebook: “Yes I am 100% offended… and all WOMEN should be too.”

Lenin is out.

On Thursday, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray called for Russian communist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin’s statue to be removed from public display, saying it represented historic injustice as well as hate and violence.

“In the last few days, Seattleites have expressed concerns and frustration over symbols of hate, racism and violence that exist in our city. Not only do these kinds of symbols represent historic injustices, their existence causes pain among those who themselves or whose family members have been impacted by these atrocities,” Murray said in a statement, MYNorthwest reported.

Anything that even resembles a confederate flag is out:

New York City’s Metro Transit Authority says it plans to “modify” tiles in a Manhattan subway station that people have complained look like the Confederate flag.

“These are not confederate flags, it is a design based on geometric forms that represent the ‘Crossroads of the World’ and to avoid absolutely any confusion we will modify them to make that absolutely crystal clear,” the MTA said, WNYW reported.

And Confederate statues are removed in the dead of night because their removal does not have wide support. The far-left know best.

The cultural revolution will consume museums next:

hat-tip Stephen Neil