After the predominantly white crowd of antifa terrorists toppled Lincoln and Roosevelt statues and destroyed the Oregon Historical Society in the name of equality and racial justice, an unsuspecting donor rose up to help the Oregon Historical Society repair their museum. A homeless man by the name of Oscar left a handwritten note and a $1 bill for the Society.
Executive Director of the Oregon Historical Society’s Kerry Tymchuk shared a heart-warming story Monday following the destruction caused to the OHS building during Sunday night’s riot.
Tymchuk said a napkin was dropped off at the front desk of OHS with a handwritten note and a one dollar bill:
Hello, I’m homeless, so I don’t have much to give you. Just some of my bottle collecting money. But, I saw your windows got broken and I wanted to help. You once gave me a free tour before the pandemic. So, this is a thank you.
Tymchuk spoke about the generous gift and said that though OHS was receiving several donations in the aftermath of the damage, Oscar’s gesture was priceless.
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The Historical Society is still cleaning up and repairing the damage from the peaceful protest by an idea not an organization.
One of the many artifacts that was peacefully vandalized was a black heritage commemorative quilt that was made by twelve black women. The peaceful rioters stole it from the museum and trashed it. It was found several blocks away, damaged.
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Because if the spoiled, rich, white, liberal arts degree students destroy enough historical artifacts honoring black heritage, then society will finally achieve racial harmony.