President Trump Posts Wanted Poster of Rioters, Says 10 Year Prison Sentences Coming!

President Trump Posts Wanted Poster of Rioters, Says 10 Year Prison Sentences Coming!


To everyone who said President Trump was taking too long or not doing enough…..

Perhaps he was just laying the trap!

He's always 5 steps ahead and most people never even realize it.

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While violent rioters were busy destroying our great American cities, President Trump and his team were busy getting their faces on video and in pictures.

And now he's going hunting for fish in a barrel!

Today was the big announcement, posted with mug shots and all, and telling them he is seeking 10 year prison sentences!

I have a feeling some of these people's buttholes are about to get a big workout in prison! 😱

Thank you Mr. President!

He posted the same message to Facebook:

MANY people in custody, with many others being sought for Vandalization of Federal Property in Lafayette Park. 10 year prison sentences!

Posted by Donald J. Trump on Friday, June 26, 2020

And if they're block that, here's a screenshot:

Already up to 147,000 likes at the time this is being posted!

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Fox News had more details:

President Trump declared Tuesday morning that anyone caught vandalizing monuments or any other federal property can be subject to arrest and face up to 10 years in prison.

The president’s latest statement follows an attempt to take down a statue of Andrew Jackson in Washington, D.C.’s Lafayette Square near the White House Monday night, a second incident targeting the nearby St. John’s Church, and prior vandalism of the Lincoln Memorial and World War II Memorial.

“I have authorized the Federal Government to arrest anyone who vandalizes or destroys any monument, statue or other such Federal property in the U.S. with up to 10 years in prison, per the Veteran’s Memorial Preservation Act, or such other laws that may be pertinent,” Trump tweeted. “This action is taken effective immediately, but may also be used retroactively for destruction or vandalism already caused. There will be no exceptions!”

Historic monuments and statues have become the targets of anger and vandalism during protests in the wake of George Floyd's police custody death at the end of May.

The initial statues under fire were those of Confederate soldiers and generals largely in the South, but the anger has spread to monuments well beyond that historical period.


On Thursday, demonstrators in Portland, Ore., toppled a statue of President George Washington. Friday, protesters in San Francisco defaced and toppled the statue of former President Ulysses S. Grant, who led the Union Army during the Civil War.

Jackson, who has faced ire in the present day for his severe treatment of Native Americans, was the latest historical figure targeted by protesters demanding monuments and memorials to those with racist pasts be taken down. Reuters reported that while protesters failed to take down the Jackson statue, it was defaced Monday night with “killer scum” written on the pedestal.

The Veterans' Memorial Preservation Act that Trump cited calls for up to 10 years behind bars and a fine for anyone who damages or attempts to damage "any structure, plaque, statue, or other monument on public property commemorating the service of any person or persons in the armed forces of the United States."


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