Tuesday, August 22, 2017

A Majority of Black Americans Think Confederate Statues Should Not Be Removed

By Liberty Nation, Aug. 20, 2017

You may not believe this, but it’s true.

The majority of black Americans are opposed to removing Confederate statues. Stop laughing; it’s true – according to a recent Marist poll conducted by NPR and PBS News Hour. The results of the survey showed that 44% of blacks believe that the monuments should remain. 40% believe the statues should come down while 11% say they are unsure. In a completely unrelated event, the Southern Poverty Law Center has just labeled 44% of black Americans as a “hate group.”

The poll was conducted on Monday and Tuesday, just days after the incident in Charlottesville, VA where a 32-year old woman was killed at a white supremacist rally. The event was held to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

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