Man Destroys Ten Commandments Monument Shortly After It’s Installation

Less than 24-hours after a Ten Commandments monument was installed on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capital, Chris Powell intentionally drove his vehicle into the monument to destroy it. After his arrest, it was learned that he was also accused of destroying a Ten Commandments statue in Oklahoma. Seems that some liberals just can’t stand to allow others any freedoms at all.

A 6-foot-tall stone Ten Commandments monument installed Tuesday on the Arkansas Capitol grounds was toppled less than 24 hours later after a 32-year-old Arkansas man drove a vehicle into the statue, apparently while streaming the act live on Facebook, officials said.

Chris Powell, a spokesman with the secretary of state’s office, said he was called early Wednesday and told a man drove a vehicle through the monument. That driver — identified in an arrest report as Michael Tate Reed of Van Buren — was arrested by Capitol police shortly after, Powell said. News reports indicate Reed was previously accused of destroying a Ten Commandments monument in Oklahoma.

The Arkansas arrest report said an officer around 4:45 a.m. spotted a dark-colored vehicle “start from a stopped position and ram the Ten Commandments monument.” …

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Liberals are intolerant of everyone else. They don’t want to be tolerated, but to rule and dominate to the extent that no one else has any rights or freedoms. Powell is a prime example of a liberal, but perhaps we should rename liberals with something more appropriate such as ‘tyrants’ or ‘dictators’ and even ‘socialist’ as that’s what they really are.




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