“Peaceful” Protestors Destroy WWII Monument

WWII Monument in North Carolina Vandalised With Pro-Communism Propaganda

Posted on Jun 25, 2020

Despite being defended for the past month by the mainstream media and liberal activists, some protestors across the country have been anything but peaceful.

The latest incident from the Washington Examiner:

A World War II monument in Charlotte, North Carolina, was targeted by vandals who spray-painted a hammer and sickle over the names of soldiers who died while fighting overseas.

The vandals carried out their crime on the memorial at Evergreen Cemetery sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning. They also painted the quote: “Glory to the day of heroism June 19, 1986.” The quote references a Communist Party uprising in Peruvian prisons.

Wayne White, a U.S. Air Force veteran, gathered a group of volunteers and began scrubbing the monument clean on Monday morning. He told Fox 46 that he was upset by the vandalism because it covered up the 507 names of people from Mecklenburg County who were “veterans and deserve the honor, respect, and dignity.”

So just to make sure that everyone understands, in the name of black lives matter, protestors destroy a monument dedicated to the idea of freedom and equality by promoting a political movement that perpetuates inequality.