A mural painted on a building in an undisclosed municipality depicts the Statue of Liberty wearing Air Jordans along with the words “equality” and “reparations”.
The proponents of such propaganda urging the confiscation of resources from one group of people to be lavished upon another that did nothing to earn them apart from being born a particular skin color will make the argument that it’s nobody’s business what message a business might decide to plaster across the side of its building.
If that’s the case, then don’t in the local press insist that the purpose for the erection of such public art is to elicit a conversation.
For if such a sentiment is actually sincere, isn’t that an invitation for criticism as well?
However, by this point most realize that when ardent liberals these days call for conversation what that really means is that you had better agree with them unless you want your property pillaged.
Even so, it will be replied, it is not the place of local government to curtail free speech in regards to these substandard doodles the brainwashed dupes are celebrating as high art.
If that’s the case, will an apology be issued to the homeowner forced by city authorities to remove a lawn jockey from private property over its failure to comply with prevailing mob sympathies?
Frederick Meekins is an independent theologian and social critic. Frederick holds a BS in Political Science/History, a MA in Apologetics/Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary, and a PhD. in Christian Apologetics from Newburgh Theological Seminary.