Professors condemn Left’s war on America after school board in San Francisco votes to eliminate mural depicting life of George Washington

Thursday, July 25, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Thursday, July 25, 2019

The Alt-Left continues to chip away at America’s founding and American traditions, as evidenced by the San Francisco Board of Education’s decision to paint over a mural depicting the life of our first president and founding father, George Washington.

But, according to USA Today, the board’s decision is getting major pushback from a group of more than 500 professors and academics who blasted it as a “gross violation of logic.”

As reported by The Blaze, the board not only voted unanimously, but they claimed that the Depression-era artwork, the “Life of George Washington,” (painted by Russian-American Victor Arnautooff) suddenly “traumatizes students” while it “glorifies slavery, genocide, colonization, manifest destiny, white supremacy, [and] oppression.”

In other words, the board used all the Left-wing talking points and buzz words in order to justify its very anti-American decision.

The mural was painted on the walls of George Washington High School prior to its opening in 1936. At the time, according to the Richmond District, the mural was the “largest WPA-funded, single-artist suite on the Pacific Coast.”

In other words, it was both publicly funded and a very big deal.

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