Trumps Mad King George Speech
Trump continued his divisive and destructive campaign during his speech in Mount Rushmore on Friday, continuing his hatred for the American people in an address on July 4th, Independence Day.
As usual Trump ignored the CDC's warnings by holding a rally without any restrictions for social distancing or mandatory masks that likely will aid in spreading the virus further.
Instead of trying to inspire with words to lift our country's spirit, he offered up his King George hate-filled speech to a country falling apart because of his bungled pandemic response and intentional stoking the fires of anger by attacking those supporting a change in law enforcement after the George Floyd murder,
"American heroes defeated the Nazis, dethroned the fascists, toppled the communists, saved American values, upheld American principles and chased down the terrorists to the very ends of the earth. We are now in the process of defeating the radical left, the Marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters, and people who in many instances have absolutely no clue what they are doing," he spewed.
Who's the one who is clueless? Trump is defending Confederate statues and their legacies over the lives of his citizens during a time of civil unrest.
Trump also attacked the American press by claiming they are slandering him by accurately reporting to the people his words and actions.
"You not only slander me, you slander the American people," Trump said.
Trump has slandered the entire history of our nation.
[King] George is condemned for, among other offenses, having refused to approve laws that are “necessary for the public good,” for bullying governors, for blocking reasonable legislative progress, for blocking immigration to the states, for “obstructing the Administration of Justice,” for bending the judiciary to his will, for seeking to make the military “independent of and superior to the Civil Power,” for conspiring “with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution,” “for cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world,” and for having “excited domestic insurrections amongst us.” Any of those grievances sound familiar?