Liberals Erasing History As Maryland College Stops Playing Song Over Southern Ties

The University of Maryland is trying to erase its slavery roots. The school announced that the state song will no longer be played by the band because it was used as a Confederate battle hymn.

The University of Maryland is trying to erase its slavery roots. The school announced that the state song will no longer be played by the band because it was used as a Confederate battle hymn.

Jumping on the politically insane bandwagon, the University of Maryland has announced that their marching band will no longer play the state’s song, “Maryland, My Maryland.” The state-funded school is now goose-stepping along with the terror movement bent on revising history in what was a previously fictional Orwellian push, but has now become American reality.

Financed by global socialists actors, the diabolical threat of violence has succeeded in states where liberals rule. Fueled by the media who purposely stirs the contention, U.S. history is on the chopping block because a few unemployed rioters have been coached to “protest.” Although the majority of U.S. citizens think that the move to erase confederate history is wrong, they have jobs and aren’t given free rides to other states and paid to demonstrate.

The move at the University of Maryland comes in the wake of these paid agitators. Reports have circulated that Black Lives Matter and Ku Klux Klan “activists” arrived in Charlottesville in the same buses. The resulting …

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