In an effort to virtue signal to her far left base, Nancy Pelosi has taken the bold step to remove pictures of Confederate Speakers from the walls of the capitol building.
If it wasn’t pretentious and ignorant enough to walk around in kente scarves, Pelosi is always willing to choose form over substance.
According to the Washington Examiner, Pelosi “ordered House Clerk Cheryl L. Johnson to remove the portraits of former Speakers Robert Hunter of Virginia (1839-41), Howell Cobb of Georgia (1849-51), James Orr of South Carolina (1857-59), and Charles Crisp of Georgia (1891-95). All four men were part of the Confederacy in one form or another.”
“As I have said before, there is no room in the hallowed halls of this temple of democracy to memorialize people who embody violent bigotry and grotesque racism of the Confederacy,” Pelosi said.
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