If you read Twitchy on Monday you heard about Salon’s scorching hot take concerning the National Anthem:
SLIPPERY SLOPE: Salon calls to examine the words and origins of another ‘neo-Confederate symbol’ https://t.co/ZSHAXKjoxE
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 29, 2017
It is time to examine the words and the origins of our national anthem, another neo-Confederate symbol https://t.co/DPCGi7PAyL
— Salon (@Salon) August 28, 2017
Guy Benson let Salon know how they could have made that tweet much shorter:
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 29, 2017
Trump's reelection campaign no doubt appreciates the contribution.
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) August 29, 2017
Without a doubt.
Yep, you heard it here folks, the Star Spangled Banner, our national anthem written in 1814 about the battle for Ft McHenry, is Confederate. https://t.co/DJraZeQFF5
— Caleb Raught (@15Raught) August 29, 2017
They need to fact check when the National Anthem was written. Try they War of 1812.
— Mary M. Marty (@maymar635) August 29, 2017
Francis Scott Key composed his words well before the Civil War. He died in 1843. Salon is being stupid again.
— Paul Ladd (@PaulLadd1) August 29, 2017
The first sentence in that article is "Confederate war memorials are just the beginning."
Clearly on an agenda to destroy our country.
— Cynthia Schnepp (@ShantiUniverse) August 29, 2017