Country Awaits Legal Decision On Confederate Statues As Judge Requests More Time

The city of Charlottesville is still in the grips of a legal battle concerning the fate of the war memorial statues. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has argued that state law does not protect the monuments of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, but by actually reading the legislation it seems he's wrong.

The city of Charlottesville is still in the grips of a legal battle concerning the fate of the war memorial statues. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has argued that state law does not protect the monuments of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, but by actually reading the legislation it seems he’s wrong.

Although it has been supplanted by the hurricanes threatening the U.S., the Charlottesville controversy over the statue of United States Military veteran Robert E. Lee isn’t over.  Just because some Soros-funded thugs were bused in to create chaos doesn’t mean they win. The battle is still being waged in Virginia courts. Circuit Judge Richard Moore will decide the fate of this monument and one other within the next few weeks.

He heard arguments on Friday concerning the removal of a memorial to one of Virginia’s most decorated, courageous, and loyal men. And although ignorant leftists won’t understand this, the issue is actually one of law, not about feelings. Rewriting history because something is offensive is not only wrong, it’s dangerous.

Moore seems to understand that point. After hearing arguments from both sides last week, he did not issue a final ruling. He said that he needed time …

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