Pulling down statues

Pulling down statues doesn’t feed the hungry or house the homeless. In fact, cleaning up the mess made by the black-clad mob at the Concourse in Golden Gate Park will cost the City money that could have been spent helping people. What is the significance of defacing the monument to Cervantes? What is accomplished by pulling down and defacing statues? The City voluntarily took down the statue of Columbus at Coit Tower. The black-shirts could have asked the City to take down the statues they didn’t like. Who are these guys anyway? And where were the police while this was going on? Golden Gate Park is a haven for families and children, a peaceful refuge, especially at this time. It is not the place for a disruptive, destructive political action. Are the black-shirts willing to pay to have the statues removed? Just how deep is their commitment to social justice?

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