“National Garden of American Heroes” Trump elects the historical heroes

During the speech on the 4th of July, in Mount Rushmore, President Donald Trump announced to establish the National Garden of American Heroes with people of significant influence in the formation of the great nation of the United States of America.

Trump decided to do this because of the wake of George Floyd’s demise in may. The movement across the country of the US has numerous petitions that need to change to revolutionize the country as one great nation that respects everybody.

Trump has sentenced a particular punishment for the protestors who are breaking down statues and creating an alarming stage for the police to cause chaos among the citizens.

In the speech in South Dakota, Trump said, “To destroy a monument is to treat with violent disrespect.” He also implied the law that prohibits the citizens from destroying or removing the statues according to their wimps. The order says that the figures are not only ours but of generations that suffered to overcome cruelty and of ages that aren’t born yet need to know the cause of their freedom.

The National Garden will include people with significant influence that did not live a perfect life but brought good health for the American people in return for their blood. These figures will be of citizens and people who made substantial contributions to the development of the great US nation. The monuments will include Columbus and Serra, who are depicted by the protestors as bad people for black lives.

The full list of substantial contributors and featured below:

John Adams
Susan B. Anthony
Clara Barton
Daniel Boone
Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
Henry Clay
Davy Crockett
Frederick Douglass
Amelia Earhart
Benjamin Franklin
Billy Graham
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Abraham Lincoln
Douglas MacArthur
Dolley Madison
James Madison
Christa McAuliffe
Audie Murphy
George S. Patton, Jr.
Ronald Reagan
Jackie Robinson
Betsy Ross
Antonin Scalia
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Harriet Tubman
Booker T. Washington
George Washington
Orville and Wilbur Wright
The National Garden aims to open on the 250th anniversary of the declaration of Independence on July 4rth, 2026.

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