A heated political topic recently has involved confederate statues after recent violence in Charlottesville. After the planned removal of a General Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville, a crowd of protesters and counter-protesters emerged. Tensions between the two crowds quickly delved into a white nationalist violently running his car into the crowd of counter-protesters. One women died and many were injured.
A group of protesters in another city then toppled another historic statue, leading to one woman’s arrest. In other states and towns, too, it doesn't look as if many of the prominent confederate statues will long remain. Another came down just last night.
Meanwhile, one conservative website has called for the removal of "offensive" Bill Clinton monuments. Some of the monuments are statues, while others are street names, homes, museums, portraits, and schools.
Why the sudden concern? They think Bill's past is too offensive and that it brings back too many memories of a time of American history in which nobody wants to return.
The specific monuments called for removal are: 1) an eleven foot statue of Bill Clinton in Kosovo; 2) a life-sized statue of Bill Clinton in Rapid City, South Dakota; 3) Bill Clinton's preserved birthplace home; 4) Bill Clinton's first house museum; 5) the Clinton School of Public Service; 6) the Bill Clinton Portrait in National Portrait Gallery; and 7) Bill Clinton Blvd, located in Kosovo.
"Clinton was impeached in 1998 for lying under oath and obstructing justice during an investigation in the affair he had with White House intern, Monica Lewinsky," remarks Breitbart News. "He is only the second president in U.S. history to be impeached."
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