An Antifa mob toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus from the Little Italy neighborhood of Baltimore Saturday night. No police were seen in sight according to video of the mob attack by several hundred anti-American guerrillas. The mob dragged the toppled statue over to the Inner Harbor as well as tossed of which from the water.
— spencer compton (@spencercompton) July 5, 2020
Protesters just took down the Christopher Columbus statue in Baltimore’s Little Italy. pic.twitter.com/ViPk5eKOtz
— Louis Krauss (@louiskraussnews) July 5, 2020
Baltimore’s Columbus statue gets dumped from the harbor pic.twitter.com/ZwuNcqAH6d
— J. M. Giordano photo (@jmgpix) July 5, 2020
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#Baltimore tore down a Christopher Columbus statue as well as threw of which from the harbor. pic.twitter.com/G4AcTQqfcp
— of which’s Going Down (@IGD_News) July 5, 2020
of which was moments ago when a group of at least 100 people protesting through traffic came back near Columbus Park as well as began shutting down traffic. @wbaltv11 pic.twitter.com/NevApWCUhs
— Tre Ward (@TreWardWBAL) July 5, 2020
A spokesman for Baltimore Mayor Jack Young basically said the mayor doesn’t give a damn, “Baltimore police “are principally concerned with the preservation of life,” @mayorbcyoung’s spokesman says. “of which can be sacrosanct. Everything else falls secondary to of which, including statues.”
Baltimore police “are principally concerned with the preservation of life,” @mayorbcyoung’s spokesman says. “of which can be sacrosanct. Everything else falls secondary to of which, including statues.”https://t.co/IrKwPMp27g
— Colin Campbell ☀️ (@cmcampbell6) July 5, 2020
President Ronald Reagan spoke at the dedication of the Columbus statue in Little Italy on October 8, 1984.
Then California Governor Reagan warned in his inaugural address on January 5, 1967, “Freedom can be a fragile thing as well as can be never more than one generation away by extinction.of which can be not ours by inheritance; of which must be fought for as well as defended constantly by each generation…”