Screamingly Leftist New York City Unveils ‘Satanic Golden Medusa Demon’ Statue

Going back a few years, an already unveiled statue of the Prince of this World.

For whatever strange reason, none of this story shocks me. An unpleasant surprise, without a doubt. But like I said, nothing shocking.

If anything, this just re-enforces my opinion that modern Western civilization is swirling the bowl.

Not your Great-Granddad’s (x100) Minerva.

Now we have a golden statue paid for by the (sucker) taxpayers of the Big Apple depicting the pagan Roman goddess of both wisdom and war, the one, the only, Minerva.

Ahh… but this isn’t the standard image of Minerva, complete with helmet and shield.

This particular statue, as asked by New York City Councilwoman Vickie Paladino, “Was there any public input whatsoever before a satanic golden medusa demon with tentacle arms was installed atop a downtown courthouse?”

By the way, just so you know, pagan Rome never depicted Minerva as associated with a lotus, tentacles, anything evenly close to goat horns nor the laced collar made hip by the now toasty Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

As reported by Nikolas Lanum of Fox News;

Twitter users ruthlessly mocked and condemned a new statue installed atop a New York City courthouse, with many claiming that it had allusions to “demonic” imagery.

The new eight-foot-tall golden statue by Pakistani American artist Shahzia Sikander now stands on the roof of the state courthouse in New York’s Flatiron district next to previous statues of respected lawmakers Moses, Confucius and Zoroaster.

What in the actual Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, over?

The “NOW” statute, with curling braids and tentacle-like arms rises from a lotus flower, was created to pay homage to Ruth Bader Ginsberg and her fight for abortion. The statue is adorned with the late Supreme Court Justice’s signature lace collar.

Sikander said the statue is part of an “urgent and necessary cultural reckoning underway as New York reconsiders traditional representations of power in public spaces and recasts civic structures to better reflect 21st-century social mores.”

“Was there any public input whatsoever before a satanic golden medusa demon with tentacle arms was installed atop a downtown courthouse?,” NYC Councilwoman Vickie Paladino asked.

“Who thinks this is okay? And how do we go about removing it?”

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