First, they came after the statues, but I did not speak out, because I was not a statue. Then they came after the street names:
Gaston, Ervay, and Lemmon are well-known street names in the city of Dallas. They are also some of the streets in the city named after Confederate figures.
Now, the Dallas mayor’s task force on Confederate monuments is set to discuss whether to recommend changing the names of city streets that are named after Confederate figures.
The changes won’t be free.
A Dallas city staff report estimates the cost of changing names on some of the streets in question. For Lemmon Avenue, the cost would top $364,000. For Gaston Avenue, the cost would be nearly $44,000. For Lee Parkway, the cost is estimated at about $1,430.
But taxpayers have plenty of money. Besides, how can you put a price on erasing your heritage so that progressive social engineers can construct a fresh new one?
Where does it end you ask? With the complete destruction of America