Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Victorious sunrise! The tarps are down... for good this time! In a move that caught us by surprise, city workers removed both tarps at 6:00 am this morning, before the official order could be written or the 15 day countdown begun! Lee and Jackson ride again!
We have had several inquires about the ongoing boycott, wondering if it would be lifted now that the tarps have been removed.
Yes, the tarps are down, but only because of an order by a judge. Wes Bellamy and City Council are STILL trying to remove the monuments and STILL siding with the leftist extremists and promoting their false narrative of tying our memorials to “white supremacy” and “racism”.
The boycott has been very effective and is still VERY MUCH in place! By all means, go see the monuments, newly unveiled, but do not spend a dime in the city of Charlottesville.
We are savoring this victory in battle, but by no means sitting back and assuming the war is over. The anarchists in Charlottesville have made it very clear that they plan on taking matters into their own hands if the judge did not rule their way and we are lining up patrols to keep an eye on the memorials.
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Monday, February 26, 2018
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
To God be the glory, great things He hath done!
Robert E. Lee will remain in statuary hall in the U.S. Capitol!
HB1099, which called for the removal of the statue from Virginia's representation, died in the House Rules Committee today. It was the last of the monument and memorial destruction bills in the Virginia General Assembly to die in committee.
The citizens of Virginia overwhelmingly favor protecting all monuments and memorials and lawmakers are getting the message loud and clear.
Thank you all for your many phone calls and emails to Virginia lawmakers. Please take a moment to contact your state representatives one more time and urge them to continue to fight to protect our monuments and memorials.
Stay tuned for ways you can help with offensive strategies to prepare for NEXT YEAR and more information on current battles. We have not yet begun to fight.
All glory to God. All honor to our Confederate ancestors.
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Lee and Jackson ride again in Charlottesville, for the fourth time in four days... and the 12th time since City Council covered the monuments with hideous black tarps after a Charlottesville judge ruled that they could not be moved.
Citizens are fed up with the childish behavior and hateful rhetoric of former Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy and his pals on City Council.
Today’s tarp removal commemorates one year since City Council voted to violate state law and attempt to remove the magnificent equestrian statues of Lee and Jackson. Their hateful action has led to numerous law suits, violence, falling revenues, and chaos in the city.
It is fitting that Lee and Jackson will mark the occasion free of their coverings, and that the citizens of Charlottesville can pay their respects one year after the vote that sent the city on a downhill spiral.
We will win this fight... because we love Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and the men who served under them, more than they hate them.
Monday, February 5, 2018
Illegal Tarps Removed from Charlottesville Monuments Three Times in 24 Hours One Day Before Judge Hears Arguments
Charlottesville Monument Court Update:
As we mentioned earlier, there is very little to report...
In court today, the Judge did not rule on the tarps, or the monument removal question. The City of Charlottesville argued that the tarps should stay up until August 12th, still claiming they are "mourning shrouds". Attorneys for the plaintiffs argued that the tarps violate state law and were put up without regard for the protection of the monuments. The judge has set a date of February 27th for his ruling on the tarps.
There is no date set for the monument removal case. There was discussion of setting a date for as early as October, 2018...and as late as February, 2019.
On a very positive note, the injunction is still in place and City Council cannot move either monument, by order of the judge.
In the meantime, we thought y'all would enjoy this photo taken this morning, before the city re-tarped the monuments after the tarps were removed again last night, for the third time in 24 hours.
We reported yesterday that the City of Charlottesville pulled men off of duties relating to public safety and inclement weather on Sunday to have them re-tarp the Lee and Jackson monuments after they were cut loose overnight. During the course of the day, they were cut loose and re-covered a total of three times.
Check out these photos of the damage done to the park by the equipment brought in to put the illegal tarps back up during the inclement weather.
It is apparent that Wes Bellamy and his friends on City Council have no problem wasting taxpayer money and putting the public safety at risk, all to satisfy their hate-filled agenda to rid Charlottesville of every trace of its Confederate history and heritage.