Bill Clinton was famous for his ability to deflect criticism of his policies and actions by righteously and loudly proclaiming that the heated words from his opponent would not feed a hungry child.
In that vein, I’d like to attempt to use his tried-and-true practice and remind those on the destructive left that they waste money and time tearing down confederate statues instead of providing money for food to feed hungry children.
On one hand if hundred-year-old statues are the greatest threat to the nation and to the residents living in the neighborhoods in which they are displayed, then life in America is pretty comfortable and sweet on that basis.
On the other hand the statue destroyers’ time and money would be better spent by eradicating hunger and ignorance in America. But the reference to ignorance is directed at the people tearing public statues down, so I fear this message will fall on deaf, and likely ignorant and unhearing, ears.