Neo-Nazi Thomas Jefferson’s Name Removed from New Jersey Elementary School

I remember when people in Charlottesville were protesting the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue and saying “they’re going to come for the Founding Fathers next” and people were like “that’s crazy – the slippery slope is a fallacy.”

That was only in 2017. And since 2020, and the George Floyd revenge riots, they’ve been attacking the Founding Fathers, pulling down their statues and removing their names from things.

Washington Examiner:

An elementary school in New Jersey has removed “Jefferson” from its name over former President Thomas Jefferson’s history of owning slaves .

Jefferson Elementary School, located in the state’s South Orange-Maplewood School District, will now be known as Delia Bolden Elementary when classes begin Sept. 8. Bolden was the first black woman in the area to graduate from high school.

Graduating high school is basically the black equivalent of founding a country.

The students had a list of options to choose from, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg Elementary and New Legacy School. Students began the initiative to change the name.

“Seeing the work that (the students) did, I think, exceeded the expectations of all of us who participated in that conversation, when that was the final outcome, to really engage our students and make this a real-life civics lesson with really strong connections to governance,” Superintendent Ronald Taylor said .

If they’re going to rename things after black people, they should rename them after blacks with actual achievements. Name it Gucci Mane Elementary or Patrice O’Neal Elementary. Even Michael Jordan Elementary.

Naming a school after the first negress who learned to read just makes black people look ridiculous. “Our most important historical achievement was that time some bitch learned who to do reading.” This does not instill confidence.