Exactly 7,500 people will be allowed to show up to the Historical Monument Mount Rushmore for the Fourth of July, to support President Donald J Trump’s decision and watch the fireworks to celebrate the 1776 independence from England.
“The American people are strong and proud, and they will not allow our country and all of its values, history and culture to be taken from them.” - Donald J Trump
Although the COVID-19 crisis has seen new highs in several states, the South Dakota governor encouraged participants of the Independence Day Celebration to focus on “personal responsibility.”
“Every one of them has the opportunity to make a decision that they’re comfortable with” she said, as Americans must exercise their rights and freedoms to celebrate a very important holiday in the History of the USA. She explains during the Fox News interview that people that have concerns about the virus should stay home - but the State of South Dakota will be giving out free masks for those who choose to wear one.
“…but we will not be social distancing.” Kristi Noem, governor of South Dakota explains.
During President Trump’s speech, he explains that the legacy of the four Mount Rushmore Presidents, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt stands tall as a tribute to our freedom.
He explains that the rights and freedoms that they have given to Americans can never be taken away, which is especially relevant in the current environment as the United States is one of the only countries in the world that did not mandate legal federal procedures against the COVID-19 crisis.
Additionally, he claims that Americans should do everything they can in order to protect the legacy and freedoms that they have bravely fought for, which is currently under the attack of mobs, riots and protests, which are tearing down monuments, defacing sacred memorials and spread violence within the country.
The protests for Black Lives Matter movements that continue to spread in the country as a result of the murder of George Floyd are in majority peaceful events. However, riots, looting and street skirmishes with the police have emerged in 2,000 cities and towns in the world causing 200 cities in the US to impose curfews in June 2020. The protests have resulted in over 14,000 arrests, and over $400 million in damage in just the Twin Cities area.
In his speech, President Trump discusses his support to the courageous men, women and people of Law Enforcement, and that he would never abolish the Police, or the 2nd amendment which gives the right to bear arms.
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President Donald Trump has notified the World Health Organization that the US will withdraw from the Organization due to the WHO’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.