Liberals are learning a very important lesson of “be careful what you wish for.” After the events in Charlottesville, Democrats have been desperate to remove anything that has a connection to the Confederacy, from statues to street names. But what happens when they take it a step further and demand that all U.S. Army bases named after Confederates be changed?
Not long ago, Americans would have never imagined our history being erased the way it is today. The events in Durham where a rabid group of millennial liberals pulled down a Confederate statue while the police just watched would have been unthinkable. Fortunately, as of now, many of those individuals have been arrested after much public outcry forced police to take action.
Takiyah Fatima Thompson, Dante Emmanuel Strobino, Ngoc Loan Tran, and Peter Hull Gilbert have all been arrested in relation to the unlawful tearing down of the prominent Durham statue.
As if that wasn’t enough, just yesterday a man in Houston was arrested for attempting to blow up a Confederate Statue in a city park. Fortunately, he was discovered by a park ranger before he could do any real damage.
The main point is that these Liberals will stop at nothing to have their agenda completed and see America be completely transformed in the way they imagine it to be. With ten military bases named after Confederates, it’s only a matter of time before they add them to the list. So before this becomes the next big debate, let’s just do something that will really piss off the Democrats and name the Army bases after everybody’s favorite President, Donald Trump.
Imagine the reaction Liberals would have if it was suggested Trump’s name be on a Military base. Their heads would literally explode and I for one could live with the change if it pisses off Democrats. We could change it up a bit since they all can’t be named after Trump, so we could name them Fort MAGA, Fort Bigly, Fort So Much Winning, Fire And Fury. The list goes on and on.
Duffleblog came up with a great suggestion. Remember, Duffleblog is satire. In no way is this an actual news source but for now let’s just pretend.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army has received approval from the president to rename nearly a dozen bases after many petitioned the service to change the names of posts that honor Confederate generals, sources confirmed today.
Ten bases, including Fort Hood in Texas and Fort Bragg in North Carolina, will have their names changed in honor of President Donald Trump, the service said. Fort Hood, for example, will be renamed to Fort Trump, while Fort Bragg will be rebranded as Fort Trump International Airborne Barracks and Jump Tower.
The Army’s initial plan called for bases to be renamed for generals who fought for the Union or displayed heroism in later combat, such as Maj. Gens. William Harney and James Forsyth in their wars against men, women, and children in the American southwest.
That plan was rejected for unknown reasons, a defense official said.
In addition to renaming the 10 bases that are in former Confederate states, the Army also plans to conduct a top-down review of all streets, vehicles, aircraft, and personnel that may still bear offensive names.
The study is expected to cost about $87 billion and should be completed sometime in 2025.
Soldiers can expect ribbon-cutting ceremonies at Fort Trump Plaza at Augusta, Fort D.J. Trump, Fort Trump National Army Post, and others, some time before the end of the fiscal year, according to officials.
Just imagine if this actually happened. What would CNN say? Better yet how would the thousands of members of ANTIFA react to the changes? Everyone knows that ANTIFA is still just a bunch of crybabies who can’t get over that Donald Trump is the President of the United States. They just can’t get over it!
Fortunately, we haven’t come to the point of renaming our military installations, but at the pace we are going it is only a matter of time until someone suggests the bases with Confederate ties are changed. So remember little snowflakes, be careful what you wish for because you may not like the outcome.