Virginia KKK Rally Countered by 1,000 Protesters



Posted at Christian News Network:

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A KKK rally in Virginia was met with a swelling protest on Saturday.

An estimated 50 Klan members gathered in Charlottesville to express objection to the city council’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Lee Park, which has now been renamed Emancipation Park.

The statue has stood since 1924, but has recently become the subject of debate as some consider the display to be racist and “an emblem of white supremacy.” An injunction has currently stalled the removal until a court hearing in November.

“The liberals are taking away our heritage,” James Moore of the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan told the Washington Post prior to the event. “By taking these monuments away, that’s what they’re working on. They’re trying to erase the white culture right out of the history books.”

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Editor's NoteChristian Heritage News denounces all forms of racism and hatred. - AW

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