LOOK: Counter-protesters rally to SAVE historic Teddy Roosevelt statue at NY Museum of Natural History!

The counter-protests are just getting started, y’all. Today there was a rally in New York City to save the historic Teddy Roosevelt statue. You may recall it is on the chopping block.

It was good. It wasn’t huge, but it’s a pretty good start.

Cries of “Save Teddy!” and “Save Our History!” came from the crowd protesting the Upper West Side institution’s move to remove the bronze effigy of Roosevelt, which has stood at its entrance since 1940.

“This statue is of a proud American. Was he perfect? No. No one was perfect… he did a lot for this country,” said Gavin Wax, president of the New York Young Republicans Club, which organized the demonstration.

One of the Young Republicans responsible for putting together the rally was on Fox & Friends and talked about the statue, and the situation.

Here’s more from the New York Post, which unlike most of the legacy media, actually covers news like this.

“We’re here today because we’ve bettered ourselves as a society and we continue to better ourselves as a society,” Wax said. “But we’ll never be able to do that anymore if we continue to tear down our history and forget our past — and we’ll be doomed to repeat it.”

The protest group on Sunday held signs that read “DEFEND OUR MONUMENTS” and “Can not learn from the past if we erase HISTORY!!” as they heard from speakers during the hour-long demonstration.

“Teddy Roosevelt believed in an America without hyphens. Not white Americans, not black Americans, not brown Americans. Just Americans,” said David Marcus, a correspondent for The Federalist and contributor to The Post’s opinion pages, including about the decision to oust the statue.

“He believed in a future for this country where we would all live together peacefully, and that’s the future that I see in front of me right here,” said Marcus.

This is the right way to do things. Peacefully. With words, but not graffiti. To object, but not to throw objects. A rally. Not a riot.

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