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Hollywood Classic Banished Due to Civil War Subject Matter

Americans are being inundated with a divisive and unethical censorship of our American history, championed by the radical left, that is threatening our nation’s moral compass to an obscene degree.

In the weeks following the horrific events of the Battle of Charlottesville, America’s militant liberals decided to leap into yet another asinine bit of action by demanding that the United States remove any trace of the Civil War’s Confederacy from existence.  This was due full to their wildly heretical misunderstanding of history in which they have allowed the neo-Nazis and white supremacists of the world to appropriate the symbolism of the defeated southern fighting force.

If you were to ask those who have studied the Civil War, and the historically active ancestors of the brave men and women who fought for the Confederacy, it would become clear:  There is no room in the historical record to attempt to interject hatred and bigotry into the tale of the War Between The States.  This erroneous fiction has long been perpetuated by the north and American liberals in order to tarnish the reputation of southern conservatives, even though it has no basis in reality.

As such, the newly-minted radical left has been working violently to erase all traces of this brave fighting force and the war that was their impetus.  This historical revision has now targeted one of America’s most cherished films.

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“’Gone With the Wind‘ will be gone from The Orpheum’s summer movie series, the theater’s board said Friday.

“The Orpheum Theatre Group decided not to include the 1939 movie about a plantation in the Civil War-era South in its 2018 Summer Movie Series after feedback from patrons following the last screening Aug. 11.

“’As an organization whose stated mission is to “entertain, educate and enlighten the communities it serves”, the Orpheum cannot show a film that is insensitive to a large segment of its local population,’ the theater’s operators said in a statement.”

This overreaction has been caused by a number of violent and vitriolic incidents over the course of the last few weeks that have shaped a number of conflicts around the nation.

The completely irresponsible censorship of the past has not only affected the nation’s movies, monuments, and memorials.  With symbols of the Confederacy transforming into social faux-pas at the hands of the American leftists, these horrendously unpatriotic zealots are also taking a rather sizable chunk out of our First Amendment through their kangaroo court of public opinion.

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