Don Lemon has compared the riots over the death of George Floyd to the Boston Tea Party.

So is Don Lemon now a fan of our history?

An article from The Federalist lays out these riots and The Boston Tea Party are not similar at all:

On December 16, 1773, some 30 to 130 members of the patriot group known as the Sons of Liberty—some dressed as Mohawk warriors—boarded three British shipping vessels docked at Griffin’s Wharf and dumped 342 chests of tea into the Boston harbor.

Though many witnessed the event’s aftermath, it was a moonlit, covert act completed in three hours. No harm came to the ships and crews of the Beaver, Dartmouth, and Eleanor. No violence or confrontations of any kind took place between the British soldiers, colonial patriots, or Tory loyalists that night.

The justifiable motives of the event were, namely, the oppressive Townshend Acts and the Tea Act of 1773. More broadly, it was part of the growing frustration of American colonists being taxed without representation.

This is a tactic that the left loves to use. They want to rewrite our history and weaponize politically.

You are allowed to stand up for George Floyd without having to support these riots.

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