格雷格·古菲尔德: People die in crime wave as liberal city leaders obsess over statues

Late Wednesday night, a statue of Theodore Roosevelt — that’s a president, Kat — was removed after standing in front of the American Museum of Natural History for more than 80 年份.

Workers remove part of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt that has stood outside the entrance to the American Museum of Natural History since 1940.

Workers remove part of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt that has stood outside the entrance to the American Museum of Natural History since 1940. (REUTERS/Caitlin Ochs)

是啊, instead of removing the vagrants who’ve been defecating, doing drugs and assaulting people, go after the inanimate stiff — that’ll make life better.

But hey, Teddy was evil. Those glasses, that mustache — he probably wore those as a disguise while he was beating up people of color.

So get lost, you jerk, and take your racist horse with you. And what a heroic feat to rid us of Teddy, or at least his statue — so typical of liberals to pick on something that can’t hit back.

顺便说说, the removal cost the city $ 2 百万. So where are they sending Teddy to, private school? Antifa could have done it for free with ropes, with CNN looking the other way.

地狱, Kat would have done it for two Sixers — the beer, not the players.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT STATUE REMOVED FROM FRONT OF NYC’S MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

But where else would you like that money to go? For more policing in the subways or the streets where crime is rampant? 闭嘴, you bigot!

Did you know the statue was deemed so offensive they covered it with a massive orange tarp — the same one Brian Stelter uses as a towel in the steam room?

The monument’s now in a library in 北达科他州. So like all residents fleeing New York to Florida, it’s probably safer.

In the New York Post, they quote one of Teddy’s descendants, Theodore Roosevelt V, who cheered the removal, saying the statue is being relocated to a place where its composition can be recontextualized to facilitate difficult, complex and inclusive discussions.

好, 谢谢, you pretentious —–. If Teddy were alive, he dress you up like a white rhino and chased you through Central Park with a 12-gauge.

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States. (美联社照片, 文件)

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States. (美联社照片, 文件)

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