STUPID! UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS REMOVES “CONFEDERATE” STATUE WHICH TURNS OUT ISN’T A CONFEDERATE STATUE

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Officials at the University of Texas are going to have some egg on their face after this. Last night they removed a statue of a Confederate. Or so they thought Turns out, James Stephen Hogg was governor of Texas and an alumnus of UT, NOT the Confederate General also named Hogg.

If this doesn’t get you angry, I don’t know what will.

James Stephen Hogg was governor of Texas from 1891-1895, a full 25 years after the Civil War ended, but his statue was removed last night.

Why?

In their haste to appease the liberal groups who are demanding the removal of any statue related to the Confederacy, they tore down the statue of one of their own, a former governor of Texas, UT alumnus, who happened to be the son of a Confederate General.

Oops.

I guess it’s not enough to simply tear down statues of Confederates.

Now they are going after their families too.

It’s a sad day in America, folks.

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Sad.

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