In the Left's ongoing crusade to exterminate the heritage of the United States, the statue of Teddy Roosevelt that has greeted visitors to Manhattan's American Museum of Natural History has been removed. As all evil things, it was done in the cover of darkness. Just as the statue of Christopher Columbus was removed in our neck of the woods in the wee hours of the night.
That is symbolic of the Left's iconoclasm against the West. That which is evil is done in darkness, for darkness hates the light. Of course on the other hand, expect crickets and chirps to be heard from Republicans about this, if not conservatives in general. I'm stunned at how man "conservatives" I've run into over the last couple years who will at least excuse if not defend these actions.
Oh Dave, it's private property - if that's the case. Or Dave, they're just relocating the statue. Or Dave, we have to admit and come to grips with the fact that America was racist. Or Dave, they're usually wrong, but in this case Roosevelt was a naked imperialist who exploited and oppressed people to further American imperialism. And on and on. I've seen them all on decidedly conservative sites by those who otherwise rail against the Left.
I often blame the Left wallowing in its cover of darkness. And yet, I don't know why it bothers hiding what it is doing. I have a feeling most who walk under the banner of conservative wouldn't do any different if the statue was removed at high noon on a sunny day.