Defending American Veterans’ Monuments in Virginia

Removing Statues to make you “feel” better does not change HISTORY it only changes the landscape and make us less of “One nation under God”

Deo Vindice

People say they suffer real trauma from a statue. Bless their hearts.

Monday, February 3rd 2020, the Virginia Senate Committee on Cities consolidated three bills into one to allow cities and counties to remove American Veterans’ monuments.  The intent of the bill is to remove Confederate monuments and continue the cultural cleansing of all things Confederate and Southern from Virginia.  Unfortunately, the bill passed and will go the Virginia House of Delegates.

I spoke for The Virginia First Foundation on behalf of the Sons of Confederate Veterans against the bill.

Here are my remarks:

Good morning, Senators. I am James Atticus Bowden from Poquoson, Virginia.

I am speaking on the behalf of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Frankly, I’m speaking for myself as a Virginian as well.

American history has been my passion since I was a child in Arlington. It was enhanced by the oral history my grandfather Atticus…

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