House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has been vehement in her opposition to the display of confederate statues, but she really should have looked into her own family history about it before speaking up.
According to Fox News, her own father helped dedicate a confederate monument.
In 1948, Pelosi’s father Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. spoke at a ceremony honoring confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson with a monument. D’Alesandro was the mayor of Baltimore at the time, and in attendance was then-Governor William Preston Lane Jr., showing how uncontroversial the act was.
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