San Francisco to Rename School Named After Confederate Supporter Dianne Feinstein
Forget just renaming schools named after offensive figures like George Washington or Abraham Lincoln. Now San Francisco is going after notorious Confederate leader Dianne Feinstein.
The names of Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.), and other figures could be removed from San Francisco public schools for connections to racism, environmental abuses, and other offenses, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
According to the working report, school names should be reconsidered for any historical figure “directly involved in the colonization of people, those connected to any human rights or environmental abuses, slave owners or participants in enslavement, and known racists and/or white supremacists and/or espoused racist beliefs.”
And that, under the current critical race theory perspective, means any white person.
But, beyond being white, what did Senator Dianne Feinstein do to deserve having Dianne Feinstein Elementary School renamed after prominent liberation theorists and socialists like Assata Shakur, Josef Stalin, and Adolf Hitler?
The elementary school named after Senator Feinstein was included in the recommendations because of allegations that during her tenure as San Francisco mayor, she ordered the replacement of a Confederate flag outside City Hall, after the flag was vandalized in 1984. It is not clear if this allegation is correct, and Feinstein in fact proceeded to remove the flag.
The Left has decided that they want to replace Feinstein now with some radical extremist, and they're really piling on the hate over imaginary crimes like hugging Senator Graham (it's a dirty job, but somebody's gotta do it), following senate procedure rules, and, oh yes, being a strong supporter of the Confederacy in 1984.
At least they picked the perfect date for the purge.
Finally, the Confederacy is on the verge of being defeated. Once California purges leading Confederate leaders like Abraham Lincoln and Dianne Feinstein, we'll finally be on the right side of history.