Animal news about one long-dead horse hints at a conservative sense of humor?

From Harper’s Weekly Review:

Conservatives complained that a Virginia university had decided to remove two plaques commemorating Robert E. Lee’s horse, Traveller. “Traveler [sic] was originally put down for untreatable tetanus,” posted a professor on the site formerly known as Twitter, “but will now be put down again by equally untreatable cancel culture.”

How many times must I recall that Robert E. Lee was not indicted and tried for treason? The horse probably would not have been an unindicted co-conspirator.

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