Lincoln with Devil Horns Painting Hanging in Burlington Middle School

Nettie Karcher Middle School in Burlington features a prominent picture of President Abraham Lincoln with devil horns in a classroom, a source revealed to "The Dan O'Donnell Show."

The massive picture, which appears to have been drawn by a student, hangs between two windows on prominent display. It features a hand-drawn portrait of the 16th president with horns jutting from his forehead and an American flag next to the caption "Abe."

Lincoln, whose push for passage of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was the driving force behind the abolition of slavery in the United States, has been the target of ire on the progressive left in recent years because supposedly he was not "sufficiently pro-black."

Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison unsuccessfully pushed to remove a statue of Lincoln from campus.

The teaching of critical race theory concepts has been a controversial topic in Burlington for the past two years, with supporters becoming so unruly during a school board meeting in November of 2020 that the meeting had to be shut down by police.

Nettie Karcher Middle School has not yet returned a call seeking comment on the picture.

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