Jeebus, what is wrong with these people, Cont.
As cities across the country are tearing down and relocating Confederate monuments, a county in southern Alabama on Sunday unveiled a new one.
Several hundred people attended a dedication ceremony for the “Unknown Alabama Confederate Soldiers” at Confederate Veterans Memorial Park in Crenshaw County, Alabama, 55 miles (88 kilometers) south of Montgomery.
The memorial park’s owner and developer, David Coggins, said the groups in attendance weren’t white nationalists or racists, but were acknowledging their heritage and honoring Confederate soldiers everywhere.
Confederate flags were flown throughout the park and several attendants were dressed in Confederate garb.
The Daughters of the Confederacy and the Sons of Confederate Veterans attended the ceremony, along with re-enactors dressed in period clothing.
Nothing racist ’bout that.
Debbie Weir, a retired attendee, said the monument stands for everything her ancestors endured, adding that she enjoyed people from different states coming together “to prove that we are one nation.”
What HER ancestors endured? That takes ovaries of brass to think, let alone say, let alone say to the press!
“It’s always a good day when Confederates come together,” Weir said.
Preferably in prison for sedition. The End.