In the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle (because, duh, it’s Seattle) stands a 16 foot tall statue of communist revolutionary and innovator of mass starvation and firing squads, Vladimir Lenin. Republican lawmakers in Washington have now introduced a bill “to study and make recommendations on an appropriate historical figure to replace the statue of Lenin, and to represent the state of Washington.”
While leftists across the country have been losing their minds over confederate monuments and statues, the wackjobs around Seattle have largely been silent on the statue of a man who conceived of the gulag prison camps for dissenters.
But this isn’t the first time politicians have called for the statue’s removal. In late 2017, then-mayor Ed Murray called for it to be taken away. […]
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