Restricted Lee's Final Victory


1st Lieutenant
Apr 4, 2017

or "Live ***** will kick Dead Lions"​

Crews Fail to Find Lee Monument Time Capsule​

Legendary General Robert E. Lee scored what may have been his final victory Thursday evening as the crew which tore down his Richmond, Virginia statue and was ordered to dig up an 1887 time capsule full of Confederate artifacts and buried beneath the monument failed to locate the capsule.... Governor Ralph Northam, had planned to replace the 1887 capsule with one full of BLM and LGBT memorabilia, as well as an expired COVID-19 vaccine only for Northam to call off the search after more than 12 futile hours.

At one point, they were forced to pause their efforts when the crane they were using broke down [wonder how much that will cost to repair or replace?]..

....Governor Ralph Northam’s Chief of Staff, Clark Mercer, told local media that Democrat officials were “disappointed” that the capsule hadn’t been found....“All the literature and documentation, we looked exactly – took all the clues and looked exactly where we thought it would be and it wasn’t there,” Mercer reportedly said of the failed time capsule search efforts. “You can see that’s a pretty large piece of concrete to keep looking through and so, we looked where we thought it was and – doesn’t preclude in the future from finding it – but for right now the mystery will continue”.....

The Virginia Flaggers blasted a statement given to National File following the monument’s destruction....
“Live ***** will kick dead lions,” the Flaggers’ Barry Isenhour told National File in the words of Confederate Admiral Semmes. “There appears to be little difference between the maturity of Virginia’s far-left regime and a 6 year old,” Isenhour then continued. “However even a 6 year old would likely recognize that destroying a war memorial and priceless work of art is wrong.”