St. Paul Mayor Calls National Anthem an “Ode to Slavery”

By -- Todd Starnes—— Bio and Archives--January 15, 2018

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The new mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota delivered a blistering takedown of the national anthem during his inaugural address — calling the “Star-Spangled Banner” an affirmation of slavery.

“We cannot ignore the painful reminder, written into our anthem’s third verse, of just how deeply injustice is rooted in the American tradition,” Mayor Melvin Carter said during his address. “Our national freedom song is an ode to slavery.”—More…

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