"Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves; and, under a just God, can not long retain it."
Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president of the United States of America and commander-in-chief of the Union Army during the Civil War. Founded in 1854, The Republican Party came into being as the anti-slavery party. This party aimed to stop the expansion of both polygamy and Democratic Slavery into the new western territories, while devoutly holding the intention of abolishing these evils entirely. On April 14, 1865, six days after General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Democratic South's Confederate army to the North, the newly victorious Abraham Lincoln was dead.
As Lincoln sat and watched the play, "Our American Cousin," in the balcony of the Ford's Theater in Washington D.C., outraged Democrat and slavery supporter, John Wilkes Booth, shot him in the back of the head. In the same vein as our deranged modern-day far-Leftist Hollywood celebrities, Booth happened to be a famous stage actor from a well-known family of performers. Just two weeks after an extremely novice and pathetic attempt to kidnap Abraham Lincoln for ransom, Booth fired his single shot 44-caliber Derringer into the back of Lincoln's head, then absconded from the theater on horseback.
John Wilkes Booth was, in spirit, one of the founding fathers of the demonic far-leftist domestic-terrorist group, Democrat and Mainstream Media-supported, ANTIFA.
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