Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Right Wing Uncut

Politics

Man Puts Up Perfect Sign in His Yard After Town Prints Woke Rainbow Signs


Liberals are using “public art” to push their political agenda.

As explained by Western Journal, the signs usually read something along of the lines of: “In this house, we believe Black Lives Matter, women’s rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, love is love, kindness is everything.”

In York, Maine, liberals have gone a step further.

The town created its “Committee to Combat Racism and Bias.” This was followed by a “public art campaign” in order to “spread a welcoming message to all people who live in and travel to the community.”

Signs appeared that read: “York believes … welcome matters, action matters, systems matter, education matters, training matters, black lives matter.”

Here’s an example:

York resident Charlie Black II fired back with the perfect response. Take a look:

Instead of pushing the Left’s agenda, this sign says, “We believe liberty matters, free speech matters, veterans matter, police matter, peace matters, life matters.”

More from Western J ournal

Advertisement
on this story:

“When you drive through any environment, the things that you see around you communicate what’s important to wherever you’re visiting,” committee member Anne Bancroft said.

Advertisement

“We felt our task was to get the word out there that the proclamation exists … because it doesn’t really do much if nobody hears about the proclamation or sees it,” she added.

I’m sure there’s a Mrs. Robinson joke to be made here — except Bancroft comes across as a bit more humorless than the actress of the same name and there’s a high probability she’s a Ms. kind of woman, so it’ll remain unmade.

— Advertisement —

Just know this pro-wokeness sign took six months to complete and went through “many design iterations,” according to the Portsmouth Herald’s Camille Fine. I know amateur Photoshop fiddlers who’d be embarrassed if this took them more than 10 minutes.

Advertisement – story continues below

Each of the lines represents one bullet point on a six-point town anti-bias proclamation. In other words, not only did they take half a year to come up with this, they already knew what was supposed to go on it.

If one ever needed proof that government has no self-awareness when it comes to its molasses-like efficiency, consider the words of select board Chair Todd Frederick when the final work was presented: “Your committee has done a remarkable job in a very short amount of time.” If that’s really his impression, I tremble to think what road work in York, Maine, must be like.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.



Loading

Comments
Advertisement

Trending

Latest

You May Also Like

crime

Law&Crime NetworkWed, March 22, 2023 1:28amURL:Embed:In Berkeley County, South Carolina, police officers get in a long pursuit with a speeding driver. The woman behind...

NewsMax

NewsmaxWed, March 22, 2023 1:28amURL:Embed:EVEN BEING ‘KIND’: Robert Costello, former lawyer for Michael Cohen, joins Rob Schmitt to call out the ex-Trump attorney for...

Fox News

Fox NewsWed, March 22, 2023 1:28amURL:Embed:Fox News host Tucker Carlson calls out Democrats for going after former President Trump and January 6 protesters on...

crime

Law&Crime NetworkWed, March 22, 2023 12:28amURL:Embed:A witness skiing with Terry Sanderson’s group the day he collided with Gwyneth Paltrow claims the actress momentarily stopped...

NewsMax

NewsmaxWed, March 22, 2023 12:28amURL:Embed:Rep. Harriet Hageman explains what her new House GOP committee will be going after & why Hunter Biden “is a...

Fox News

Fox NewsWed, March 22, 2023 12:28amURL:Embed:Jesse Watters discusses how Democrats are eagerly hoping the first presidential mugshot in history will be Donald Trump on...

crime

Law&Crime NetworkTue, March 21, 2023 11:30pmURL:Embed:On June 18, 2018, the hip-hop community was shocked when XXXTentacion was robbed at gunpoint and shot to death...

Fox News

Fox NewsTue, March 21, 2023 11:30pmURL:Embed:‘The Five’ co-hosts discuss state Rep. Lydia Glaize, D-Ga., saying she is ‘concerned’ about the control parents have over...

Fox News

Fox NewsTue, March 21, 2023 11:30pmURL:Embed:‘The Five’ co-hosts discuss Democrats and the media hyping up a ‘catastrophic’ U.N. climate report and President Biden’s decision...

Advertisement