Trump at rally: “Let people see what radical left Democrats will do to our country”
Trump: left-wing radicals are trying to instill in Americans hatred of their country
President delivered a speech on the occasion of the United States Constitution Day
President Donald Trump has accused radical political forces of a brutal attack on the rule of law in America and attempts to establish an ideological tyranny aimed at fostering hatred of their country in young Americans.
The President said this, speaking at a conference on US history organized by the White House at the US National Archives in Washington..
The conference was timed to coincide with the historic date – September 17, 1787, the founding fathers of the United States signed the Constitution in Philadelphia.
“Our Constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom and experience. No policy document has done more to improve people’s living conditions or to promote progress. Nevertheless, the radical movement is trying to destroy this cherished and precious legacy. We can’t let that happen, ”Trump said, accusing left-wing activists of a brutal and violent attack on American rule of law law enforcement..
The President stressed that Americans “will never submit to tyranny,” and his administration will return “our history and our country to citizens of all races, colors, religions and beliefs.”.
According to Trump, today’s “left-wing riots and lawlessness are the direct result of decades of leftist indoctrination in our schools.” The President criticized the theory of deep-rooted systemic racism in the United States, which is “imposed on our children in schools, embedded in curricula, in the workplace, used to separate friends, neighbors and families.”.
“For years, radicals have mistaken the American silence for weakness, but they are wrong … American parents are not going to put up with indoctrination in our schools, suppression of traditional faith, culture and values,” – said Trump. He called the theory of systemic racism and the “crusade against American history” “poisonous propaganda” that could “destroy the civil bonds that bind us together, destroy our country.”.
Joe Biden, Trump’s rival in the upcoming presidential election, often criticizes the president for his statements about racism, police brutality and accuses his rival of sympathies with the ideas of white supremacy..
During a visit to the city of Kenosha, where police shot African American Jacob Blake in the back, Biden met with the injured man’s family..
During a visit to Kenosha, Biden announced that he decided to run for president after Trump suggested that during the 2017 clashes between far-right and ultra-left activists in Charlottesville, “worthy people” were on both sides of the conflict. This comment by Trump Biden called racist.
Trump’s staff accused Biden of misinterpreting the president’s words: in fact, the headquarters said, Trump after the events in Charlottesville condemned the theory of white supremacy.
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