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Confederate Support in Viral Video Kicked Out of College, Not Allowed to Finish

Pensacola Christian College in Florida is kicking out a student after he traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia to salute a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee while wearing a Confederate uniform.

A crowd grew around Allen Aremntrout last week, as he stood in front of the statue, holding a Confederate flag and saluting. Counterprotesters screamed obscenities at him until he was escorted away by police.

Armentrout told the Pensacola News Journal he ventured to Charlottesville after seeing KKK sympathizers and neo-Nazis destroying the history of his ancestors. He wanted to make sure “the true history” of the South was being told.

“I went up there to represent what I believe is right,” he said.

But his college didn’t see it the same way. Armentrout told WXII-TV he had been “released from [his] school and will be unable to return to college to finish [his] senior year” as a result of his protest.

He continued:

“I’m a born-again Christian and I believe this wrench has hindered my attempt to serve the Lord. I believe a Christian institution should support patriotic individuals who want to stand for American tradition and beliefs. It really hurts me a lot when you try to do what’s right and you get attacked.

At the college I was attending, my contract provided my fourth year free if I paid my payments on time, which I worked very hard to do. Now, essentially, if I want to complete my undergrad, I’ll have to pay, which I don’t have the resources to pay for a fourth year.”

Armentrout, who described Lee as “the greatest American that ever lived,” is now looking for a new college to finish his education.

In a statement of its own, Pensacola Christian College told the News Journal it “recognizes the dignity and value of all people, and we respect the history of America” and “encourage[s] individuals to exercise discernment and seek to build reconciliation, especially during a time of mourning like Charlottesville is experiencing.”

The young student said he will be unavailable for further comment until he’s able to “sort out the chaos” that has overtaken his life, which is “caused by those who wish to destroy Southern heritage.”