Elk Statue Set Ablaze By Protesters
Statue to commemorate Oregon elk herds set on fire by Portland Antifa & fellow travelers. The elk statue in downtown Portland is now fully engulfed in flames.
The statue of an Elk was dedicated to Elk donated by a Mayor who fought against slavery in the Civil War.
The nice & peaceful people of Portland set ablaze an elk statue from 1900.
It has been confirmed this elk fought in Civil War, waving the confederate flag. His name is Sir Bob Elk Badassio Jr. & he was the leader of the evil people.
Justice has been served.
Racism has ended. pic.twitter.com/ki3N6UJYIx
— Barbara2.0 (@barbara2point0) July 2, 2020
Statue to commemorate Oregon elk herds set on fire by Portland Antifa & fellow travellers. Bc extinct elk herds are the last bastion of white supremacy & systemic racism? 🤦♀️ https://t.co/24c3JelVsn
— Anna Ellis (@annaellis_net) July 2, 2020
Reminds me of the scene from the movie, The Ten Commandments, when Moses came down from Mt. Sinai to find the people he liberated from slavery worshipping the Golden Calf. pic.twitter.com/CeLUxAUSdn
— 🔥Bull Run Wonka🔥 XRP 📈 (@WillyWonkaXRP) July 2, 2020
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