Giant cross vandalized in Riverside


Yesterday it was statues of Jesus, now the cross. America, are you going to vote for this in November?

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Giant cross named after Junipero Serra vandalized in Riverside

By: FOX LA, June 2020:

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – A giant cross atop Mount Rubidoux in Riverside was vandalized overnight, the latest monument dedicated to Junipero Serra to be targeted by activists across the state amid debate over the missionary’s legacy, police said.

The defacement of the 35-foot tall cement-and-steel structure was “only cosmetic,” consisting of graffiti and some damage to the outer shell of the base, according to the Riverside City Police Department.

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