Meanwhile, Austin has outdone Dallas yet again, by putting a mask over the Stevie Ray statue's face. As Huckabee noted, in Austin, Texas, a statue of blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan was defaced â although not toppled. Iâm not quite sure whatâs so systemically racist about âCrossfire,â but OK. Stevie Ray Vaughn??? The same goes for the statues of abolitionists, priests, and others that have been targets of the Marxist mob. Buddy Holly, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Doug Sahm, Ernest Tubb, Bob Wills, Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, Jack Teagarden, Scott Joplin, Charlie Christian, the list goes on and on. People film the only statue of a Confederate general, Albert Pike, in the nation's capital after it was toppled by protesters and set on fire in Washington early Saturday, June 20, 2020. The Grant statue was toppled because Ulysses S. Grant was a white male of European ancestry and there is nothing more evil on earth in the eyes of the so-called cultural Marxists. The statue, installed in â¦ Those statues toppled fast. This week in Austin, a beloved bronze statue of Texas guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan was defaced by graffiti taggers. ... Another toppled statue honored Union soldier and â¦ One of greatest blues guitarists ever. Protesters even spray-painted an anti-police acronym on a statue of famed blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan. This is a place for Republicans to discuss issues with other Republicans. The post that began circulating on Thursday alarmed Vaughan â¦ r/Republican is a partisan subreddit. Iâm not quite sure whatâs so â¦ As Huckabee noted, in Austin, Texas, a statue of blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan was defaced â although not toppled. Though graffiti removal is typically the responsibility of private-property owners, the city maintains the Hendrix statue created by Seattle-area artist Daryl Smith and dedicated in 1997. In Austin a statue to legendary blues performer Stevie Ray Vaughan was spray painted for unknown reasons; the iconic broad-brimmed hat may have confused a â¦ Now itâs progressed to former presidents including Abraham Lincoln who actually freed the slaves, blues legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jesus Christ, and the abolitionists who fought to end slavery.