Purple Tie Folks Won’t Admit Robert E. Lee People Have Right to Rally for Display of His Statue Change by Legal Order Only


By legal process the statue of Robert E. Lee was placed in the park in Charlottesville, Virginia, and by legal process it would be taken down, by vote of the people, but until that would happen it stays, with people free to demonstrate for it staying or free to demonstrate to take-it-down, either way, the right to peacefully assemble protected by the U. S. Constitution, so having seen the violence perpetrated by both fighting sides at Charlottesville, president Trump rightly again called it a two-way street, leaving the purple-tie crowd to ponder their next move, flummoxed.