George Washington condemns a mob destroying his greatest enemy's statue.


Statue of George III is pulled down by mob, New York City, July 1776.

Photo: (Courtesy, US National Archives,)

George Washington would be shocked by the current destruction and defacing of statues by mobs of protestors even if he agreed with their sentiments. Washington did not support angry protestors who tore down and decapitated a statue of King George III. Click below for a podcast that may wake up the woke.


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