An award winning movie watched by generations is being pulled from the big screen amid concerns of being insensitive. The Orpheum Theater announced it will no longer show 'Gone With The Wind,' a romance movie set in the old south. In a statement released Friday to Local 24 the Orpheum Theatre Group said: "As an organization, whose stated mission is to 'entertain, educate and enlighten the communities it serves', the Orpheum cannot show a film that is insensitive to a large segment of its local population," the theater's operators said in a statement." Memphis' population is about 64 percent African-American.
Dan Gainor, Media Research Center's VP of Business and Culture joined the Todd Starnes Show today to discuss the alt-left's "cultural cleansing", as he believes "America is filled with monuments, battlefields, roads and places named after heroes of our past. The left has put us on notice that some, many, most or all are under threat."
Dan went on to say, "The whole essence from what we are is our history. This is not about the Civil War -- they're using it as a smoke screen... to erase American history. The Left wants to rewrite American history just like Orwell predicted." He continued, "It won't be long before the Bible is banned. When this happens, you have to speak up. When TV networks promote this garbage... pick one of their advertisers and say no more - you're not getting my money." Listen to the full interview below: