Nancy Pelosi’s Father’s Remarks on Robert E. Lee Could Upset Her Base

President Trump shouldn’t be bothered by small pawns in the grand scheme of things. However, he is getting a lot of heat from the media. But recently an interesting information leaked. Some top dog Democrat has been exposed for having a friendly relationship with a famous character that the Democrats dislike.

Nancy Pelosi’s father who is a former mayor of Baltimore allegedly praised Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson throughout a memorial ritual in Maryland. This happened more than a half a century ago.

In 1948 the statue was raised and Pelosi’s father attended the memorial celebration. Thomas D’Alesandro Jr is Pelosi’s father and he was the top dog who led the town district in 1948, The Baltimore Sun reports.

“Today, with our nation beset by subversive groups and propaganda which seeks to destroy our national unity, we can look for inspiration to the lives of Lee and Jackson to remind us to be resolute and determined in preserving our sacred institutions,” D’Alesandro Jr. announced at the ceremony.

Baltimore native J. Henry Ferguson, who had close relations with Confederate President Jefferson Davis and funded money for the construction of the monument, glorified the Confederate generals while he was standing on stage with Pelosi’s father, D’Alesandro Jr.

“They were great generals and great Christian soldiers,” J. Henry Ferguson stated.

Recently Pelosi requested from House Speaker Paul Ryan this past week remove all of the remaining Confederate statues the Capitol’s Statuary Hall, although Ryan said the choice for the individual states to make if they will remove any statues.

“The halls of Congress are the very heart of our democracy. The statues in the Capitol should embody our highest ideals as Americans, expressing who we are and who we aspire to be as a nation,” Pelosi announced publicly on Thursday.

It is being reported by The Washington Post that there are 12 Confederate statues in the Capitol structure. Individual states will have to make a decision which of the statues will represent them.

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