Warren’s Amendment to Rename Military Bases Passes

Warren’s Amendment to Rename Military Bases Passes

June 12, 2020

The Senate Armed Services Committee voted Wednesday to pass an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act put forth by failed presidential candidate and radical harpy Elizabeth Warren to rename U.S. military bases named after Confederate generals.

According to a summary released by the committee, the measure requires the Defense Department to rename posts and assets — streets, aircraft, ships, and other equipment — either named for Confederate officers or that honor the confederacy within three years.

Warren shamefully called the names of the military bases a “tribute to white supremacy.” She has a short memory, apparently, because under former President Barack Obama the use of Confederate names was considered a gesture of “reconciliation, not division.”

Warren’s amendment is part and parcel of the Democrat attempt to de-legitimize America and deny its exceptionalism by pushing the narrative that its roots and history are grounded in slavery and racism.

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