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Injunction Protecting Robert E. Lee Statue is Extended Indefinitely as Judge Declares the Monument ‘Belongs to the People’

A Richmond, Va. judge has extended an injunction indefinitely protecting an iconic statue of Robert E. Lee that is being targeted for removal by Governor Ralph “Coonman” Northam.

Circuit Court Judge Bradley Cavedo ruled against a complaint made by William C. Gregory regarding how removing the statue would be unlawful, but gave him 21 days to file another complaint within the bounds of the law.

“It belongs to the people,” Cavedo said of the statue during a Thursday court hearing.

The Democrats are not happy with Cavedo’s decision rebuking the mob and protecting history from ISIS-style attacks courtesy of Black Lives Matter (BLM).

Read the full story from Big League Politics

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