GEORGIA GOVERNOR CHANGES HOLIDAY’S NAME

“So why now, 150 years later, did the Governor of Georgia decide to change the name from Confederate Memorial Day to “State Holiday”? Governor Deal was facing scrutiny from liberals due to what they deemed Georgia’s “embracing” of Confederate symbolism in the wake of the malicious and horrific attack by a suspected white supremacist at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina.”

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This is from Patriot UpDate.

Governor Nathan Deal has lost his mind and his way from the path Conservatism. 

If the state of Georgia has the ability to issue a recall  it is time to fire Nathan Deal.

Confederate Memorial Day will now be known as "State Holiday" in GA. Confederate Memorial Day will now be known as “State Holiday” in GA

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has once again stepped away from his constituents’ conservative roots, this time with the tampering of a statewide holiday.

The fourth Monday in April has, for 150 years, been considered Confederate Memorial Day, a day in which Georgians can celebrate the sacrifice made by rebel soldiers during the war between the states.  Georgia is one of many states observing such a holiday, but the peach state’s role in the Civil War was absolutely gargantuan.

Atlanta, not then the capitol of GA, was – and still is to this day – the transportation hub of the entire southern United States…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

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