Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Andrew Jackson Foundation CEO says removal of portrait from Oval Office 'disappointing'

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--The President & CEO of the Andrew Jackson Foundation says the removal of an Andrew Jackson portrait from the Oval Office by President Joe Biden is "disappointing but not surprising." 

On Thursday, the Associated Press and other media outlets reported President Biden removed a portrait of the Tennessean who served as America's 7th president. Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830 and his slave laborers have been a source of contention amid the national movement for social justice.


  1. And that for a 'president' who is working on 'deplorable removal'.

  2. He founded the demoCrap party, are they going to throw them out also?

    De Oppresso Liber
    (fingers crossed)

    1. Of course! They were but an interim step to the Glorious People's North American Soviet Social Justice Party, or whatever bullshit name they assign to the successor institution.

  3. One of our most consequential Presidents by one of our least consequential.

  4. Old Hickory would have beaten PaedoJoe wafer thin and posted him to a life sentence in General Population in Leavenworth.

  5. Jackson was probably our 2nd best President. He actually stood for traditional Americans and our best interests. Back when the Democrats were pro American. Sad that in the late 1800's the Democrats joined the Republicans as big war, big government progressives.

  6. Maybe they should try to impeach Jackson? I wouldn't be surprised. SMDH

  7. I'm not a fan of Andrew Jackson. But the Andrew Jackson Foundation saying the removal of the portrait was "unfortunate" isn't descriptive enough. What it is, is "indicative." Indicative of what is afoot.


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