Taking down cemetery monuments now! Going too far!

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Confederate burial site memorial will be removed in la-la land

Hollywood Forever Cemetery (obviously misnamed) will take down a 92-year-old memorial to Confederate veterans buried at the site.

The extreme alt-left’s attack of monumentia has gone too far. Threats of vandalism from far-left liberals have forced the cemetery to remove the granite monument marking the burial site of more than 30 Confederate veterans and their families.

The six-foot monument, which is owned by the Long Beach chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, has stood in the Confederate section of the cemetery since 1925. It will be taken down within the next 24 hours, cemetery officials said.

ALT-LEFT FANATICS HAVE EVEN DEMANDED AN HBO SERIES BE CANCELLED

All symbols of the Confederacy are under attack by left-wing hooligans, not just memorials and statues..

Activists have even demanded that HBO cancel an upcoming series by the creators of the hit Game of Thrones franchise that imagines what America would have been like if the Confederacy had won the Civil War.

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Baltimore cowardly removes Confederate statues under cover of darkness.

Work crews used heavy machinery to haul the monuments away on flatbed trucks in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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A Mount Vernon monument honoring Roger Taney, who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision that upheld slavery, and a statue for Confederate soldiers and sailors, which was vandalized with red paint over the weekend, were also carted away.

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